New Captain America: Civil War Footage In Two New Spots

New Captain America: Civil War Footage In Two New Spots

In additon to yesterday’s new international trailer, banner and poster, two new spots featuring newCaptain America: Civil War footage have been releaesd.

“Captain America: Civil War” has  a May 6, 2016 release date directed by Anthony and Joe Russo starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, Paul Bettany, Don Cheadle, Emily VanCamp, William Hurt, Martin Freeman and Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther.

‘Captain America: Civil War’: Movie Different From Comics? [Watch Trailer]

An international trailer of the “Captain America: Civil War” has been released. It can be expected that the movie would be different from the comics. Read to get insights!

Movie Pilot reports that the main theme that runs in the comics is related to “national civil security and liberties”. The movie trailer suggests that the events occurring in the movie would be different from the comics, but the themes in the movie and comics are almost the same.

A Death

It has been reported that in the comics, Bill Foster (Goliath) is on Captain America‘s side and is put to death bed by Ragnarok, the clone of Thor. His death is an important event in the comics and as a result many characters decide to switch sides.

In the trailer of “Captain America: Civil War”, it can be seen that James “Rhodey” Rhodes (Don Cheadle) is shot out of the sky clad in his War Machine armor. Rhodes is on Stark’s side. It is still not known if this event would have any effect on the various characters in the story-line.

Spider Man’s Identity

The publication reports that in the comics, Spider Man sides with Iron Man. His identity is made public during a press conference in the story-line. In the comics, Peter also regrets his decision because it places his loved ones in danger.

In the “Captain America: Civil War” trailer, Spider Man fights on Iron Man’s side. But, it does not seem that Spider Man is going to reveal his identity in the movie.

Number of Characters

The comic series features many characters but cinematic universe would have comparatively less. It is quite understood that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a small place in comparison to comics. But the directors Joe and Anthony Russo have said that the ending might be “controversial for a lot of people”.

Slash Film reports that “Captain America: Civil War” would hit the theaters on May 6 in the U.S. The international trailer depicts that “two non-superpowered Avengers” can also have some good moments amidst conflict. The clip has scenes from old footage mixed in it. Watch it below!

Movie Morsels: CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Trailer Faces Black Widow Against Hawkeye

Happy Friday, folks! (Or, for those of you who are joining me in Los Angeles today, HappyWonderCon!) Before you head home or head out for the weekend, we’ve got a few choice pieces for your viewing pleasure, starting with a brand-new trailer for Captain America: Civil War! Plus, the latest from X-Men: Apocalypse, The Jungle Book, and more!

Captain America: Civil War

A new international trailer for Captain America: Civil War has landed online. And though it’s very similar to the film’s last “Underoos” domestic trailer, it differs in one key respect: offering us more of the Black Widow and Hawkeye pitted against each other in hand-to-hand combat! This particular snippet of the two was first seen only by those who attended last summer’s D23 in Anaheim. Enjoy!

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It is first important to note that the film, Captain America: the Winter Soldier, which opened up recently to rave reviews, owes its pedigree to an older branch preceding what has been termed the “Marvel Universe.” Having emerged from the fruitful minds of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby in 1940, this All-American superhero was a byproduct of a simpler time, as was the unabashed patriotic nature of all Golden Age comic books that had yet to fall under Post-Modernity’s contemptuous eye. To be sure, Cap and Bucky were perhaps, at best, two-dimensional renderings of American patriotic ardor wedded to a righteous cause. But who could deny their nobility?The “First Avenger,” as he is now billed, is himself an optimistic byproduct of Promethean science and American ideology drafted into the service of winning wars. Back then, the dark downside of human technology had yet to be processed in that generation’s naïve heart, which still knew nothing of gas chambers or atom bombs. For them, the horizon still seemed positive and largely uncharted for the amalgamation of Science and Yankee know-how. And so Captain America, that magnificent soldier possessing superhuman strength, uncanny agility, dogged determination, and an unwavering loyalty to both Homeland and his fellow warriors, exemplified what was deemed best and highest in the American character.  It would take his reawakening after decades frozen in suspended animation for the inevitable cynicism to set in. That same cynicism, so characteristic of our contemporary world, would soon educate those guileless eyes that had slept so soundly since 1945.
 

If we contrast Cap with many of the heroes who would comprise what is known subsequently as the Silver Age of Comics, we find that the radiant sheen of the future had by then lost much of its luster. Almost invariably, the origin of Silver Age superpowers would flow not from the bounty of scientific knowledge, but from its nightmarish legacy. For the Incredible Hulk, we find that a brilliant scientist’s mass exposure to Gamma-rays at an atomic test site yields a pitiable monster capable of uncontrollable and near limitless rage and destruction. For the Fantastic Four, it is unforeseen cosmic radiation in space that drives their origin. And for the mutations that birth the X-Men, it is a mélange of radiation (combined with the detritus of scientific pride and human evolution) that transform these unhappy creatures into reluctant demigods. But whether it is the fateful bite of a radioactive spider or the chance ingestion of nuclear waste, there is hell to pay as characters must make the best of their own separate tragedies. So characteristic of the Silver Age Hero (and later) is the meme of science and evolution gone terribly wrong – typified by a young girl named Rogue who cannot chance an ungloved human encounter, lest she kill or maim with a simple kiss.  The ruling theme that readers of this genre distill is a longing for normalcy: a pipe dream that may never come true for these heroes and villains. With great power comes great responsibility – and alienation.But for Steve Rogers, the once ninety-five pound weakling that led the shattering of the Nazi ubermenchen as Captain America, the stars have fallen from his eyes after many decades of sleep.  In many ways the world has remorselessly moved past him, just as it has us. And on the whole, the future appears to him as an accelerating blur of light and darkness incrementally sliding towards the abyss.

Upon rising Lazarus-like from his tomb of ice, Captain America must now face the incontrovertible truth that everyone and everything he once loved is now dying or dead. His sparkling music of the Big Band era has been eclipsed by the indecipherable malevolence of rap music and the understated mannerisms of a diligent working class country have been transformed by the ostentatious consumption that goes hand in hand with double-edged progress. The emancipated American soul, having for the most part discarded even the pretense of piety and humble restraint, has not worn the cloak of empire well.  In effect, the American Century that arguably sent forth “the greatest generation” to shatter tyranny has unwittingly feasted upon evil’s autocratic seeds – and pronounced them good.  The greatest irony is this: America seems ultimately doomed to become what she in fact once resisted.

Who amongst us, in sharing Cap’s same trusting innocence, could have foretold that Socialism in the United States would soon no longer hide its face by ruse of spy or artifice? As we turn into the third millennium, who would have guessed that a “deep cover” Alger Hiss would be as unnecessary as a fifth wheel on a donkey cart?  In the great central seats of American government, traitor and opportunist now walk undeterred without fear of derision or civic contempt — and all openly plead their case as advocates of their own ideology, conscience, or constituency.  And more importantly, who in the exalted media centers cries foul anymore when our august covenant of governmental restraint is slowly being ripped into shreds by the effeminate hands twice sworn to uphold its honor?

In both fiction and reality, there is now an unsettling realization that Captain America and Conservatism are battling the same relentless gravitational pull of extra-governmental organizations — Entities enmeshed in the movement towards globalist control through coercive force. In the shadow world of clandestine alliance and patriotic pretense, it is indeed difficult to know who has your back. For the soldier in 1943, politicians of every political persuasion were firmly united in warring down Hitler and Tojo. Today, a vast contingent of Democratic lawmakers are openly antagonistic to the fighting man’s interests, and there are even some with an “R” beside their name that have gone rogue and are embracing the current Islamicist contagion. How disorienting it is to arrive at the revelation that the once great Land of the Free is being surveilled through camera and keystrokes by agencies that hold no proper allegiance to our Constitution or creed; and moreover, that have forgotten that their first commission was to defend the rights of a free and sovereign people. It would seem that this country is being held hostage to ideologies that were once thought discredited and defeated. That such malevolencies have been resurrected and nurtured is something that Captain America would never have fully comprehended — except perhaps as the remnant of a scourge that must be crushed by necessity.

But alas, there will be no Captain America to be found as we look around us.  Were he not the abiding relic of an age of greater moral clarity, he would not now exist in our cultural imaginations: since no self-respecting contemporary writer or artist would dare compose a character so “hackneyed.”  We abide in a time of corrosive irony whose soul-sickness mars most everything it alights upon; and this is evidenced by the countercultural smirk that Peter Fonda elicited in Easy Rider with his character’s nickname, “Captain America.”

Right now as you are reading this, a soldier whose blood I proudly share is attending SERE training, the military’s grueling Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape course for high value targets. I am assured he will be abused, slapped around, deprived of food and water, psychologically tortured, and made to endure the nastiest of experiences in service to his country. His entire adult life, starting three days after he graduated from high school, has been dedicated to our country — and he is amongst the finest that West Point has produced.  Though he cannot run ten miles in thirty minutes or crash through plate steel doors with his shoulder, he is to me the embodiment of Captain America, although he has no shield—because he is himself our shield.  And lying in bed at night praying through his too many tours of duty in hostile places, I often wonder if the government that sends him to serve its interests abroad  is anymore worthy of such sacrifice.

At the tail end of the film, an enemy scientist gloating over their latest creations offers this ominous pronouncement:

It’s not a world of spies anymore. It’s not even a world of heroes. This is the age of miracles, doctor. There’s nothing more horrifying than a miracle.

The miracle that technology has bequeathed into the hands and minds of spiritual Cro-Magnons is indeed horrifying, and the deviant political schemes that proceed from even the greatest minds are often hatched because men have despaired and strayed from their sanity. As a result, grim humanity offers the world stones in lieu of bread. Knowing this, there is still time for reformations and revolutions: salutary adventures that can turn the hearts of the children to their fathers. In awakening unto a bad dream, much like Steve Rogers, we can be heroes to those future generations which are yet to awaken.

Glenn Fairman writes from Highland, Ca.  He can be contacted at [email protected] and followed at www.stubbornthings.com and on Twitter. 

It is first important to note that the film, Captain America: the Winter Soldier, which opened up recently to rave reviews, owes its pedigree to an older branch preceding what has been termed the “Marvel Universe.” Having emerged from the fruitful minds of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby in 1940, this All-American superhero was a byproduct of a simpler time, as was the unabashed patriotic nature of all Golden Age comic books that had yet to fall under Post-Modernity’s contemptuous eye. To be sure, Cap and Bucky were perhaps, at best, two-dimensional renderings of American patriotic ardor wedded to a righteous cause. But who could deny their nobility?

The “First Avenger,” as he is now billed, is himself an optimistic byproduct of Promethean science and American ideology drafted into the service of winning wars. Back then, the dark downside of human technology had yet to be processed in that generation’s naïve heart, which still knew nothing of gas chambers or atom bombs. For them, the horizon still seemed positive and largely uncharted for the amalgamation of Science and Yankee know-how. And so Captain America, that magnificent soldier possessing superhuman strength, uncanny agility, dogged determination, and an unwavering loyalty to both Homeland and his fellow warriors, exemplified what was deemed best and highest in the American character.  It would take his reawakening after decades frozen in suspended animation for the inevitable cynicism to set in. That same cynicism, so characteristic of our contemporary world, would soon educate those guileless eyes that had slept so soundly since 1945.

If we contrast Cap with many of the heroes who would comprise what is known subsequently as the Silver Age of Comics, we find that the radiant sheen of the future had by then lost much of its luster. Almost invariably, the origin of Silver Age superpowers would flow not from the bounty of scientific knowledge, but from its nightmarish legacy. For the Incredible Hulk, we find that a brilliant scientist’s mass exposure to Gamma-rays at an atomic test site yields a pitiable monster capable of uncontrollable and near limitless rage and destruction. For the Fantastic Four, it is unforeseen cosmic radiation in space that drives their origin. And for the mutations that birth the X-Men, it is a mélange of radiation (combined with the detritus of scientific pride and human evolution) that transform these unhappy creatures into reluctant demigods. But whether it is the fateful bite of a radioactive spider or the chance ingestion of nuclear waste, there is hell to pay as characters must make the best of their own separate tragedies. So characteristic of the Silver Age Hero (and later) is the meme of science and evolution gone terribly wrong – typified by a young girl named Rogue who cannot chance an ungloved human encounter, lest she kill or maim with a simple kiss.  The ruling theme that readers of this genre distill is a longing for normalcy: a pipe dream that may never come true for these heroes and villains. With great power comes great responsibility – and alienation.

But for Steve Rogers, the once ninety-five pound weakling that led the shattering of the Nazi ubermenchen as Captain America, the stars have fallen from his eyes after many decades of sleep.  In many ways the world has remorselessly moved past him, just as it has us. And on the whole, the future appears to him as an accelerating blur of light and darkness incrementally sliding towards the abyss.

Upon rising Lazarus-like from his tomb of ice, Captain America must now face the incontrovertible truth that everyone and everything he once loved is now dying or dead. His sparkling music of the Big Band era has been eclipsed by the indecipherable malevolence of rap music and the understated mannerisms of a diligent working class country have been transformed by the ostentatious consumption that goes hand in hand with double-edged progress. The emancipated American soul, having for the most part discarded even the pretense of piety and humble restraint, has not worn the cloak of empire well.  In effect, the American Century that arguably sent forth “the greatest generation” to shatter tyranny has unwittingly feasted upon evil’s autocratic seeds – and pronounced them good.  The greatest irony is this: America seems ultimately doomed to become what she in fact once resisted.

Who amongst us, in sharing Cap’s same trusting innocence, could have foretold that Socialism in the United States would soon no longer hide its face by ruse of spy or artifice? As we turn into the third millennium, who would have guessed that a “deep cover” Alger Hiss would be as unnecessary as a fifth wheel on a donkey cart?  In the great central seats of American government, traitor and opportunist now walk undeterred without fear of derision or civic contempt — and all openly plead their case as advocates of their own ideology, conscience, or constituency.  And more importantly, who in the exalted media centers cries foul anymore when our august covenant of governmental restraint is slowly being ripped into shreds by the effeminate hands twice sworn to uphold its honor?

In both fiction and reality, there is now an unsettling realization that Captain America and Conservatism are battling the same relentless gravitational pull of extra-governmental organizations — Entities enmeshed in the movement towards globalist control through coercive force. In the shadow world of clandestine alliance and patriotic pretense, it is indeed difficult to know who has your back. For the soldier in 1943, politicians of every political persuasion were firmly united in warring down Hitler and Tojo. Today, a vast contingent of Democratic lawmakers are openly antagonistic to the fighting man’s interests, and there are even some with an “R” beside their name that have gone rogue and are embracing the current Islamicist contagion. How disorienting it is to arrive at the revelation that the once great Land of the Free is being surveilled through camera and keystrokes by agencies that hold no proper allegiance to our Constitution or creed; and moreover, that have forgotten that their first commission was to defend the rights of a free and sovereign people. It would seem that this country is being held hostage to ideologies that were once thought discredited and defeated. That such malevolencies have been resurrected and nurtured is something that Captain America would never have fully comprehended — except perhaps as the remnant of a scourge that must be crushed by necessity.

But alas, there will be no Captain America to be found as we look around us.  Were he not the abiding relic of an age of greater moral clarity, he would not now exist in our cultural imaginations: since no self-respecting contemporary writer or artist would dare compose a character so “hackneyed.”  We abide in a time of corrosive irony whose soul-sickness mars most everything it alights upon; and this is evidenced by the countercultural smirk that Peter Fonda elicited in Easy Rider with his character’s nickname, “Captain America.”

Right now as you are reading this, a soldier whose blood I proudly share is attending SERE training, the military’s grueling Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape course for high value targets. I am assured he will be abused, slapped around, deprived of food and water, psychologically tortured, and made to endure the nastiest of experiences in service to his country. His entire adult life, starting three days after he graduated from high school, has been dedicated to our country — and he is amongst the finest that West Point has produced.  Though he cannot run ten miles in thirty minutes or crash through plate steel doors with his shoulder, he is to me the embodiment of Captain America, although he has no shield—because he is himself our shield.  And lying in bed at night praying through his too many tours of duty in hostile places, I often wonder if the government that sends him to serve its interests abroad  is anymore worthy of such sacrifice.

At the tail end of the film, an enemy scientist gloating over their latest creations offers this ominous pronouncement:

It’s not a world of spies anymore. It’s not even a world of heroes. This is the age of miracles, doctor. There’s nothing more horrifying than a miracle.

The miracle that technology has bequeathed into the hands and minds of spiritual Cro-Magnons is indeed horrifying, and the deviant political schemes that proceed from even the greatest minds are often hatched because men have despaired and strayed from their sanity. As a result, grim humanity offers the world stones in lieu of bread. Knowing this, there is still time for reformations and revolutions: salutary adventures that can turn the hearts of the children to their fathers. In awakening unto a bad dream, much like Steve Rogers, we can be heroes to those future generations which are yet to awaken.

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Confirmed! Disney has officially revealed that Captain America: Civil War and Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be a part of their 2015 D23 Expo. Marvel skipped Comic-Con this year..

MCU RUMORS: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ to Introduce Evangeline Lily’s Wasp?-HNGN

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‘Captain America: Civil War’ Lacks Thor, But’ll Explain Why, At Least-UPROXX

One point that’s come up as you look over Marvel’s upcoming slate is that you don’t see much Thor until his third solo movie, Thor: Ragnarok. He doesn’t even show up for the big su..

Wasp Was Originally Planned For Captain America: Civil War-Comic Book

Potential Spoilers For Ant-Man Follow The release of Ant-Man into theaters brought Hank Pym, Scott Lang, and Janet Van Dyne to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as proper superheroes, ..

Captain America: Civil War: The Hobbit star Martin Freeman hints at his duplicitous character | EW.com-Entertainment Weekly

We still don’t have a name for Martin Freeman’s character in Marvel’s upcoming superhero clash Captain America: Civil War, but at the Griffoni International Film Festival in Italy&..

‘Captain America: Civil War’: Everything We Know (And Don’t Know)-The Cheat Sheet

Ant-Man has officially hit theaters, which mean it’s  time to start looking ahead to the next film on Marvel’s lineup: Captain America: Civil War. With a jam-packed roster of ..

‘Captain America: Civil War’: Martin Freeman Talks About his Role-MovieNewsGuide

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WIll Black Widow Have Short Hair In Captain America: Civil War?-Comic Book

Tabloid photo mavens Just Jared have caught a peek at Scarlett Johansson which may prove telling as it pertains to her Captain America: Civil War look. En route to a..

Captain America Civil War: Is This Our First Peek At Spider-Man’s Suit?-CINEMABLEND

Now that it’s official Tom Holland will play Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are looking forward to seeing what his Spider-Man costume looks like. The..

Did Martin Freeman Just Spoil His ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Role?-UPROXX

At the 2015 Giffoni Film Festival, Sherlock and The Hobbit actor Martin Freeman spoke briefly about his role in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War with BadTaste.it…

Martin Freeman Provides Clues On His Captain America: Civil War Role-Comic Book

Sherlock star Martin Freeman attended the Giffoni Film Festival (GFF) this past weekend and was asked if he could share any details about his secretive role in Marvel’s upcoming fi..

Martin Freeman Details His ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Role-Inquisitr

The upcoming release of Captain America: Civil War will usher in Marvel’s Phase Three movies, with a host of new characters along for the ride, and Martin Freeman has hinted at whi..

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Footage Will Debut At D23-UPROXX

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Will ‘Pixels’ Fall Victim to the Video Game Movie Curse?-TheWrap

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Video Game Movie Pixels “Censored” to Appease China – Report-Game Spot

The just-released video game movie Pixels was going to feature numerous scenes in China, including one where the country’s iconic Great Wall was partially destroyed by video game c..

‘Captain America: Civil War Cast’ Plot Details: Iron Man And Captain America’s Personal Relationship Will Be E..-International Business Times

“Captain America: Civil War” is said to be a simple story. Marvel president Kevin Feige explained the plot in his discussion with Zap2it. He said the film will pick up where “Capta..

Is this the character Martin Freeman is playing in ‘Civil War’?-HitFix

Now that “Ant-Man” is in theaters, Phase II of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe has officially come to a close. Which means it’s time to look to the future and Phase III. It all begins ..

Watch Movie Trailers for ‘Paper Towns,’ ‘Southpaw,’ ‘Pixels & More in Theaters this Weekend!-Mstarz

This weekend is definitely looking like a great time to hit up your local movie theaters! In order to catch up on films with this Friday as their release date, we’re excited to sha..

Chris Columbus Talks Pixels, Spider-Man, Comics & More-Comic Book

Nothing is better than a filmmaker who shares the passion for movies audiences do. Over the weekend, ComicBook.com had a chance to speak with Chris Columbus about his upcoming film..

MCU RUMORS: Jaimie Alexander Teases ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Connection To ‘Thor: Ragnarok’-HNGN

Thor may not be taking up sides in the “Civil War” between Captain American and Iron Man, but Marvel fans should keep their eyes peeled for a few hints at what the Asgardian’s next..

Captain America: Civil War Will Help Set Up Thor 3, Says Jaimie Alexander

Captain America: Civil War will feature Spider-man : Related Articles

Marvel fans, rejoice: it has been officially confirmed that Spider-man will be included in Captain America: Civil War. It was Marvel’s Kevin Feige who revealed the Spider-man crossover, saying in an interview that the actor behind the new Spider-man, Tom Holland, will be heading off for the Captain America set “immediately”. Why? Because the newest Spider-man will be making his first appearance in that movie ahead of his own upcoming theatrical release. Captain America: Civil War will be arrivin..

Spider-Man Sony Marvel Movie: Tom Holland Will Play Peter Parker-TIME

Steve Granitz — WireImage Tom Holland arrives at the 24th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 5, 2013 in Palm Springs, Cali..

‘Spider-Man’ Actor Cast; Tom Holland Will Play Peter Parker In 2017 Marvel Movie-International Business Times

A new web slinger has been cast! Move over Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, Tom Holland is the latest actor to throw on the red and blue Spider-Man suit. Marvel Studio and Sony P..

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man to Appear in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ | Contactmusic.com-Contactmusic.com

The new Spider-Man, Tom Holland, will join the likes of Iron Man and Black Widow in next year’s Captain America: Civil War, Marvel has announced. Speaking with the Hollywood R..

There’s a new Spider-Man in town: Tom Holland cast, Jon Watt to direct the new film-Digital Trends

The search for the new man under the spidey mask is complete. Deadline reports that actor Tom Holland will take over for Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man now that the franchise is bei..

Our New Spider-Man Tom Holland Was Born To Play Peter Parker-MTV

The 19-year-old British actor is about to blow up this year with a starring role in Ron Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea” and a very hyped appearance in “Captain America: Civil Wa..

Marvel has found its star and director for the next Spider-Man movie-The Verge

The search is over. Marvel today announced that 19-year-old English actor Tom Holland is set to star in the upcoming Spider-Man. Holland is best known for his star turn as the..

Captain America: Civil War will feature Spider-man-SlashGear

Marvel fans, rejoice: it has been officially confirmed that Spider-man will be included in Captain America: Civil War. It was Marvel’s Kevin Feige who revealed the Spider-man cross..

The New Spider-Man Is Here! Find Out Which Young Actor Will Swing Into The Role!-Perez Hilton

Our Spidey Sense is totally tingling!!! After a worldwide, exhaustive search, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have announced they’ve got a star and a director for their new Spider..

‘Spider-Man’ Casts Tom Holland For New Movie As Marvel And Sony Choose Director-Inquisitr

Spider-Man is joining Captain America, Iron Man, and other superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after an agreement between Sony and Marvel Studios. Young British actor Tom ..

Spider-Man Reboot New Actor Casting News: Tom Holland Lands MCU Role as Peter Parker with Director Jon Watts-Mstarz

After months and months of speculation, casting rumors and leaked short lists, we can now confirm the new actor and director of the upcoming Spider-Man solo movie for Marvel a..

New Spider-Man Actor Tom Holland: 5 Reasons We Love MCU’s Next Peter Parker-Mstarz

We finally have our new Spider-Man after Marvel and Sony came together to bring the comic book character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but did the studios make the ..

Spider-Man Reboot New Actor Casting News: Tom Holland Instagram Videos Show Off Peter Parker Abilities?-Mstarz

We’re not sure when we’ll find out which young actor on a rumored short list of stars will officially be named the new Spider-Man star for Marvel and Sony, but one talent is s..

Spider-Man: Billy Elliot star Tom Holland to play Peter Parker-The Independent

The 19-year-old, who was born in Kingston-Upon Thames, is best known for playing the lead in the musical version of Billy Elliot. While the young British actor has starred in Holly..

Spider-Man reboot: Tom Holland cast as Peter Parker – Business Insider-Business Insider

Anthony Harvey/GettyTom Holland is the new Spider-Man. We finally know who will play the next next Spider-Man!  After multiple rumors about casting, Marvel and Sony annou..

Tom Holland Is New Spider-Man for Marvel-Sony Reboot-TheWrap

Tom Holland (“The Impossible”) will be Marvel and Sony’s new Spider-Man, and “Cop Car” helmer Jon Watts will direct Sony’s stand-alone film featuring the webslinger, it was announc..

Marvel, Sony Cast Tom Holland as the New Spider-Man-The Wall Street Journal

Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures have a new cinematic web-slinger. The companies said Tuesday that Tom Holland (“Wolf Hall,” “The Impossible”) will play Peter Parker and his super ..

‘Captain America: Civil War’: Spider-Man will appear – Business Insider-Business Insider

MarvelNow that the new Spider-Man/Peter Parker has been cast and we know a little more about him, the next question on the mind of fans is a natural one: When will we see him in ac..

Tom Holland’s ‘Spider-Man’ is Reporting to ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Set Immediately!-Just Jared

While it was long-speculated, it has been confirmed that Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man character will in fact appear in the upcoming Marvel film Captain America: Civil War! According to..

Tom Holland: Here’s the latest on ‘Captain America: Civil War’ – CSMonitor.com-The CS Monitor

We now know what actor will be the next to play the superhero Spider-Man, and we may also know where we’ll see him pop up first on the big screen. News recently broke that actor To..

‘Ant-Man’ Helps Broaden Marvel Cinematic Universe: Studio President Kevin Feige-International Business Times

For Marvel Studios President Kevin Fiege, “Ant-Man” is all about expanding the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In an interview with Screen Rant, Feige discussed the importance of t..

Tom Holland Is The New Spider-Man, Jon Watts To Helm Sony/Marvel Pic | Deadline-Deadline

Tom Holland is the new Spider-Man, and Jon Watts (Cop Car) will direct him in the latest iteration of the Sony Pictures/Marvel studios superhero saga. The choice was just made and ..

The Great Responsibility: Why Marvel has failed fans with ‘Spider-Man’ (opinion)-Hypable

After months of speculation, Marvel and Sony finally have their Spider-Man in Tom Holland. Holland is a relative newcomer who is best known for his roles in The Impossible, Locke a..

Kevin Feige Explains How Marvel Will Be Involved In Sony’s Spider-Man Movie-Comic Book

Marvel fandom collectively lost its mind when news broke that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios had signed a deal allowing Spider-Man to appear in Marvel Cinematic Universe fil..

How Much Captain America: Civil War Will Actually Use Spider-Man-CINEMABLEND

It was confirmed all the way back in February that the brand new live-action version of Spider-Man would be making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Joe and Anthony Russo’s Ca..

Spider-Man Confirmed For Captain America: Civil War-Comic Book

Marvel Studios has officially confirmed that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will appear in Captain America: Civil War. During their interview Marvel Studios executive Kevin Feige, The Ho..

‘Captain America: Civil War’: Spider-Man Will Have Only A Cameo Role: Report-International Business Times

As Marvel confirms it has chosen 19-year-old Tom Holland of Britain for the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Variety reports he will have only a cameo appearance in ..

Charlie Rowe Loses ‘Spider-man’ Reboot Role To Tom Holland! Sony, Marvel Hire Jon Watts To Direct-Design & Trend

(Photo : Getty Images/Frazer Harrison) Marvel and Sony have cast Tom Holland as their new Spider-Man. Holland will make his first appearance as the character when “Captain America:..

Tom Holland to play Spider-Man in Sony’s 2017 movie-UPI

CULVER CITY, Calif., June 23 (UPI) — Tom Holland will be the next actor to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in his own big-screen adventure, Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced..

The new Spider-Man gets acrobatic in a series of recent videos-Digital Trends

British actor Tom Holland was confirmed as the new face of Spider-Man (or rather, Peter Parker) this week by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, and if a recent series of videos..

Mixed Race Miles Morales to Become Spider-Man in Marvel Universe | Contactmusic.com-Contactmusic.com

Mixed-race Miles Morales is to officially replace Peter Parker in the Spider-Man comics. The teenage son of an African-American father and Puerto Rican mother, Morales will become ..

Tom Holland: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Marvel And Sony’s New ‘Spider-Man’ Actor-Design & Trend

(Photo : Getty Images/Anthony Harvey) Tom Holland has been selected to play the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” and an unnamed Spider-M..

Tom Holland officially cast as Marvel’s new ‘Spider-Man’-Hypable

Marvel and Sony have announced that Tom Holland has officially been cast as the new Spider-Man. The 19-year-old actor hails from the U.K. and is best known for his roles in The Imp..

‘Captain America: Civil War’: William Hurt Teases “Much Different” Thunderbolt Ross-The Hollywood Reporter

When William Hurt re-enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe in next year’s Captain America: Civil War, he’ll be playing a “much different” version of his Thunderbolt Ross character