• Title: Captain America: Civil War
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Not only does the new trailer for Captain America: Civil War offer some more Captain America (Chris Evans) on Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) action but it also gives fans their first look at the new Spider-Man (Tom Holland). Captain America: Civil War opens in theaters on May 6th.


  • Title: Ultimate Spider-Man – The Spider-Verse Part 4
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“A pig in a Spider-Man costume wanted a reasonable explanation. And it was the best day ever!”

Ultimate Spider-Man - The Spider-Verse Part 4

Wrapping up the Spider-Verse saga (which was really just a thin excuse to showcase various alternate versions of the character), Spider-Man (Drake Bell) returns home to confront the Goblin (Steven Weber) who has successful extracted DNA from all the other Spideys. After the villain transforms himself into the new Spider-Goblin, Peter needs all the help he can get and decides to enlist the various Spider-Men from other worlds to fight the Spider-Goblin.

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  • Title: Ultimate Spider-Man – Nightmare on Christmas
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Ultimate Spider-Man - Nightmare on Christmas

After stopping the Shocker‘s (Troy Baker) latest robbery on Christmas Eve, Spider-Man (Drake Bell) has a crisis of faith about whether or not being Spidey is actually helping anyone. Giving a tour through Christmases past, present, and future by the angel and devil on his shoulder Spidey takes a look back over his career and considers, for a brief time, hanging up the tights.

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News and Notes

by Alan Rapp on August 26, 2014

in News

News and NotesUSA Today is reporting Donald Glover will be voicing Miles Morales in this Sunday’s new episode of Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors

The Hollywood Reporter is reporting Adrianne Palicki has been cast as Mockingbird for the upcoming Second Season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Cinema Blend is reporting that director Marc Webb has confirmed Kraven and Mysterio will part of the Sinister Six in The Amazing Spider-Man 3


The Amazing Spider-Man 2

by Alan Rapp on May 2, 2014

in Movie Reviews 

  • Title: The Amazing Spider-Man 2
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2Building on the groundwork laid two years ago in The Amazing Spider-Man, the sequel returns all the core members of the first film (minus the Lizard) while continuing the story of Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and the harsh lessons which frame Spider-Man’s mythology.

Although needing to spend the time setting up two different villain origin stories, one of the aspects of the sequel I most enjoyed was the fact that it never lost focus that this is primarily Peter Parker’s movie. Jamie Foxx is adequate as Electro, a super-villain with the power to absorb and control electricity, even if he’s given a rushed paint-by-the-numbers origin that relies on the introverted electrical engineer going from confused super-powered freak just trying to understand what has happened to him and deal with his new taste for all things electric to full-on super-villain a little too quickly for my tastes. The same could be said for Harry Osborne (Dane DeHaan) whose relationship with Peter doesn’t have enough time to develop and deteriorate to the point that the script needs to earn its eventual payoff.

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