Spider-Man Avengers Infinity War

With Spider-Man: Homecoming less than two weeks from its release, the film’s press tour is in full swing (yes, pun intended). That means a steady stream of revelations about the future of our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, the level of the character’s involvement in Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, and much more.

Read on for the latest Spider-Man Avengers Infinity War news, as well as some clarification about Venom, and a reference in Homecoming that seems worth looking out for.
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Black Panther Nightshade

We know that Chadwick Boseman’s heroic Wakandan king T’Challa has to face off against villains like Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and M’Baku, aka Man-Ape (Winston Duke) in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, but those aren’t the only foes he’ll go claw to claw with in the film. Turns out there’s another villain in the movie, and we’ve already seen her briefly appear in the teaser trailer: Tilda Johnson, aka Nightshade. Read on to find out more about the Black Panther Nightshade news.
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Thanos gauntlet

We know that Josh Brolin’s Thanos is going to be fully unleashed in Anthony and Joe Russo’s upcoming Marvel movie Avengers: Infinity War. But the duo have shared a photo on Twitter that has us wondering if we should rethink what we know about Thanos so far, because his timeline may not be quite as solidified as we once thought. Hit the jump to check out the Infinity War Thanos vault photo and learn how that could change the MCU chronology.
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Spider-Man Homecoming featurette

Tom Holland’s spunky, excitable Spider-Man swings back into theaters next month in a brand new cinematic adventure, but anyone who’s even remotely been paying attention knows that Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man is going to play a big part in Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. Today, Downey took to Twitter to share a new featurette for the film that hones in on the mentor/mentee relationship between the two superheroes, so if this morning’s 22-minute fan’s guide didn’t satiate your thirst for all things Spidey, take a nice, cool sip of this video and see if that does the trick.
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Doctor Strange - Benedict Cumberbatch

Wonder Woman is unquestionably the movie of the moment, but when you take a step back and look at the larger film industry, Marvel Studios is still sitting pretty. They already released Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 to great acclaim last month, they have Spider-Man: Homecoming (which is technically a Sony release) coming out soon, and the exciting-looking Thor: Ragnarok is on deck for November. Oh, and don’t forget about Black Panther, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and another Avengers movie next year. There’s no doubt that they’re in a creative groove right now.

But director John Landis isn’t impressed. In a new interview, the man behind National Lampoon’s Animal House, The Blues Brothers, An American Werewolf in London, and Three Amigos says he’s “bored shitless” by the MCU films. Read the John Landis Marvel comments below to find out why.
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Black Panther Teaser Trailer

Ready to head back to Wakanda? Marvel Studios has finally unveiled the first teaser trailer for Black Panther, next year’s superhero film directed by Creed and Fruitvale Station director Ryan Coogler. Anyone who’s seen his previous work will not be surprised to learn that this movie looks excellent, so watch the first Black Panther teaser trailer for yourselves below.
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Stan Lee Doctor Strange cameo

Lately, filmmaker James Gunn has been using his social media accounts to share behind-the-scenes photos from the set of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with fans and to give us a fun look into some little pieces of trivia that didn’t make the cut in his movie. But now that fandom’s collective attention has shifted away from the Guardians sequel, Gunn has revealed another amusing glimpse into the inner workings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe by explaining some alternate cameo options he shot involving Marvel legend Stan Lee for Doctor Strange.
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Spider-Man 3 editor's cut

Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 debuted ten years ago this month, and though the movie pulled in $890 million worldwide (more than $100 million more than its predecessor), it was largely seen as a misstep in the franchise by fans and critics. Since then, the maligned sequel has experienced a bit of a critical reappraisal and now seems as close to cult status as a mainstream film with a $258 million budget can be.

Over the weekend, a new “Editor’s Cut” of the 2007 sequel made its way online over at Amazon, only to be unceremoniously pulled from the digital shelves because it debuted too soon. Below, read all about the Spider-Man 3 editor’s cut and when you’ll have the opportunity to see it again.
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Spider Man Homecoming TV Spot

Hot on the heels of this morning’s new trailers for Spider-Man: Homecoming (and our subsequent breakdown), Disney and Marvel Studios have released a new TV spot that ties the movie to the NBA Finals. And if there’s one takeaway so far from all of this film’s marketing, it’s that they really, really want everyone to know that Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark is a big part of Homecoming.
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Avengers Infinity War

Stan Lee has never shied away from an opportunity to get fans hyped about a Marvel project, whether it was the comics he used to write and edit in his legendary days as the company’s editor in chief or an upcoming movie from Marvel Studios. Now the 94-year-old comics magnate is at it again, teasing fans about a new character who will apparently be introduced in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War.
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