The Spider-Man franchise is full of big action beats, explosions, and other special effects. But sometimes there are quiet moments, too. Like this Spider-Man: Far From Home deleted scene. This scene isn’t exactly what you’d call essential to the plot, but it is rather sweet in its simplicity. Also, as an added bonus, Marisa Tomei shows up at the end with bagels. That’s a big plus in my book.
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The mid-credits scene for Spider-Man: Far From Home brought quite the shocking development to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a number of ways (even though the webslinger is no longer part of the Marvel Studios roster of superheroes). But one of the biggest revelations was the return of J.K. Simmons as the venomous J. Jonah Jameson.
In Sam Raimi’s original Spider-Man trilogy, J.K. Simmons perfectly played the editor-in-chief of The Daily Bugle, a newspaper that constantly called out the webslinger as a menace to society. Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios couldn’t think of anyone better to play him, so Simmons came back to reprise the role, this time as a pundit for TheDailyBugle.net, which has now been turned into a real website to help promote the home video release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, complete with video of J.K. Simmons doing his best J. Jonah Jameson again. Watch below! Read More »
Sony is giving fans a lot of Spidey lately, which is good considering the webslinger’s future is uncertain in the aftermath of the Sony/Disney fallout. But not only did we get to see Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man in an extended cut of Spider-Man: Far From Home in theaters for a few days, we’re also getting a wave of Spider-Man clips on the internet in anticipation of the film’s home video release.
And now that the Jon Watts-directed film is on Digital, Sony has released a full 10-minute Spider-Man Far From Home extended clip showing that fateful first meeting between Spider-Man and Mysterio. Call me by your made-up name indeed. Read More »
Spider-Man: Far From Home arrives on digital and Blu-ray next month, and even though there’s a good chance you’re already sold on picking up this movie to complete your collection of The Infinity Saga (at least until the new massive box set comes later this year), Sony Pictures still wants to show off the supplemental materials you’ll get along with the movie.
A couple new previews of the Spider-Man: Far From Home gag reel have been released online, and they show that Tom Holland isn’t just prone to spoilers, but he ruins takes by sneezing, falling, and even closing props at the wrong time. But he’s not the only one, because Jake Gyllenhaal can’t keep a straight face during one of the more serious scenes in the movie. Watch the Spider-Man: Far From Home gag reel clips below. Read More »
Between The Avengers and Justice League, there are tons of superheroes on the big screen. But lately we’ve been hearing about a new superhero on the scene on the other side of the globe, and he’s proving to be rather…amazing.
Night Monkey is a new European superhero who is decked out in all black, stealthily leaping through the streets, and helping citizens deal with some very mystifying and dangerous threats. You can see him in action in the first Night Monkey trailer below. Read More »
Because of the well-publicized falling out between Disney and Sony, it appears that Spider-Man: Far From Home might mark the final time Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man makes an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. An extended cut of the film is back in theaters now, but for those who don’t want to make the trek to a theater to check it out, the Spidey sequel is swinging onto home video later this month with plenty of bonus features in tow. Get the details below.
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Little did we know, when Spider-Man: Far From Home hit theaters back in June, that it may be the last we see of Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But while the fate of our favorite webslinger hangs in the air in the aftermath of the messy Disney-Sony feud, we’re going to get four more minutes of Holland as Spider-Man in the MCU. Some of the four new minutes of unseen footage can be seen in the new Spider-Man Far From Home extended cut teaser below.
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Now that Spider-Man is seemingly leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’re probably not even worried about how Spider-Man: Far From Home should have ended at this point. But considering the huge cliffhanger that the mid-credits scene left in our laps, maybe the forthcoming re-release of the final chapter of Phase Three of the MCU should have a scene that makes it easier for Sony Pictures to branch off into their own world, maybe by suddenly introducing the multi-verse for real this time. But since that’s just not going to happen, here’s how Spider-Man: Far From Home should have ended. Read More »
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After two uninspired Amazing Spider-Man movies, Sony was scrambling to find a solution to its Spider-Man problem. The answer was to team up with Marvel Studios, a company which instantly rebooted the character and incorporated the webslinger into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I’m guessing this decision wasn’t easy for the Sony brass (it couldn’t have been pleasant to essentially acknowledge that they didn’t know what they were doing with one of their biggest characters), but it’s paid off in a huge way: this summer’s Spider-Man: Far From Home has now officially become not only the most lucrative Spider-Man movie ever, but the highest-grossing movie in Sony Pictures’ entire 95-year history.
But because $1.109 billion at the global box office isn’t enough, the studio is releasing a never-before-seen extended cut of the movie into theaters, with four minutes of new footage. Get the details below. Read More »
Spider-Man: Far From Home just did something that no other Spider-film has done before: it made a billion dollars at the global box office. That means fans can breathe a sigh of relief, because that accomplishment guarantees once and for all that Sony’s partnership with Marvel Studios involving the character of Spider-Man will continue for at least one more movie. See how the box office totals of the Spider-Man movies stack up against each other below.
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