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Some perspective: not three years ago, the idea of Spider-Man existing within the Marvel Cinematic Universe was being described as a “‘cold-day-in-hell’ type scenario.” Sony owned the rights to the character, and there was no way that two gargantuan corporations like Sony and Marvel could ever work out a deal to share him. And yet, as of this writing, Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is in its second week of release, following a wildly successful opening weekend at the box office. Continue reading Mark Ruffalo Is Not Optimistic About The Prospects Of A Standalone Hulk Film at The Playlist.

Kevin Feige must be wondering how many times he has to say that Fantastic Four aren’t coming back to Marvel. Last fall he said it was an “impossibility,” and just last month he once again said there were zero plans on the table for the superheroes, whose big screen rights still belong to 20th Century Fox. However, with San Diego Comic Con on the horizon, some fresh rumors have sprung up. Continue reading Kevin Feige Once Again Says Fantastic Four Not Returning To Marvel at The Playlist.

ANAHEIM – Even after debuting live action “Lion King,” “Mary Poppins Returns” and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” behind-the-scenes reel Walt Disney Studios left a major surprise for the end of its D23 film presentation. Many assumed Marvel Studios would debut a new trailer for “Thor: Ragnarok” or potentially new footage from “Black Panther. Continue reading ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Footage Teases The Blockbuster To End All Blockbusters at The Playlist.

With D23 and San Diego Comic Con coming up, Marvel fans are likely about to receive a bounty of news and trailers and all sorts of goodies. It’s also a pretty intriguing time at Marvel right now, as the studio is gearing up to end Phase 3 of their Cinematic Universe, one that now sees a possible new future with Spider-Man swinging into things. However, it appears we should be paying attention to “Thor: Ragnarok” because it could be seismically altering the course of the things to come. Continue reading ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Will “Drastically” Change MCU, Lead Into ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ at The Playlist.

Sony and Marvel Studios’ reboot swings to the third-best opening of the year so far behind ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.’ read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

This week, Marvel and Sony are relaunching everyone’s favorite webslinger with “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and so you better buckle up. With a new trilogy of standalone films planned, plus appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’re going to be seeing a lot of Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker. Even more, because everything is connected these days, his story arc is going to be spanning five movies — at least. Continue reading Kevin Feige Explains “Five-Movie Storyline” For ‘Spider-Man’ at The Playlist.

As you might expect when two massive companies come together, Marvel and Sony‘s team-up for this summer’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is not without its bumps in the road. Specifically, producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal have struggled to stick the same message regarding the future of their collaborations, with the latter boldly stating last week that Sony’s brewing “Venom” and “Silver and Black” films would be linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading Kevin Feige Talks ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel, Tom Holland Says ‘Venom’ Not Part Of The MCU at The Playlist.

Earlier this year, producer Amy Pascal put a dark cloud over “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” suggesting that following the planned sequel, the character would be bouncing out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The team up between Marvel and Sony has always been seen as near miraculous and temporary, but now it seems like it could lasting a little bit longer. Tom Holland recently revealed there’s a ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy in the works, and now Pascal says that relationship between Sony and Marvel is going to be growing. Continue reading Producer Says ‘Venom’ & ‘Silver And Black’ Linked To MCU, Spider-Man Possibly Also Sticking Around at The Playlist.