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Old 09-03-2016, 08:02 AM   #26
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There's no official confirmation about Favreau so far but fairly safe to say we can trust all the rumours n wut not - besides likely possibility - wonder if anymore of Starks Associates will appear in here as well at some point in upcomin movies ...
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First Trailer is up and it looks quite promising
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I'm quite pleased with the film so far but I have to admit I am intriguied and interested and admit its got my expectations goin - esp for Mr Keaton as Vulture..

I mean it's nothing new to say that the MCU has a villain problem. The best shared universe in the biz does a lot of things right, but it just can't (or maybe won't) create exciting and fleshed out villains. You wouldn't think someone like the Vulture, an old man in a bird suit who gets beat up by a 15-year-old, would be the one who can break the trend; but in the hands of someone like Michael Keaton, it just might. Keaton has slowly been opening up about his role in the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming and he teased that his take on Vulture won't be that of a standard villain.

Michael Keaton's next big movie is The Founder, the true story of how Ray Kroc turned McDonald's into a fast food empire. Despite the less than ethical ways Kroc makes that happen, in a talk with Variety Keaton spoke about his characters always have some sort of likeability. And apparently the Vulture will find a way to connect with people as well.

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Yeah, Vulture, recently. But not to give too much away, but interestingly, he is and he isn't, that character. He's a really interesting --- and more interesting than I thought --- villain because there's parts of him that you go, 'You know what? I might see his point.' Really, really. It makes it interesting to play.
The best villains are always the ones that you agree with (or at least see their point of view), so hopefully this is a good sign that the Vulture is heading in the right direction. Spider-Man fights some real relatable guys, and though he may not look it, the Vulture isn't too hard to understand. The villain is just really ridiculous on the surface.

Though there have been dozens of different iterations of his character, the basics are that he's a brilliant crotchety guy who gets screwed over by the powerful corporation he works for. He then swears his vengeance and turns to a life of crime by wearing a green bird suit.

Ok fair enough information on what exactly is the deal with the MCU version is still being under wraps, but Homecoming as already gone a long way to bring the Vulture to the big screen. He's been appropriately changed to fit into the real world (by MCU standards), by ditching the feathers for a more high-tech look. Just judging from the trailers alone, not only is he more impressive to look at, but he's also threatening -- something the comic version has never really been able to boast. While that doesn't mean he'll be a great villain by any means, it's at least a start.
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MCU villains have always been a problem. Genrally (barring Loki) they don't bother to flesh out the villains maybe because they usually end up dead.
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Well speaking of Villians - esp in the trailer - even tho this moment lasts just a second, but when it possibly gives us our first look at one of Spider-Man: Homecoming's supporting villains, The Shocker - you know when The man shooting that energy blast looks like Logan Marshall-Green, who was reported to be playing an antagonist. Not only that, but he's wearing a yellow, waffle-pattern shirt, which is the same costume design Shocker has in the comics. That points towards Marshall-Green definitely playing the MCU's Shocker, right?

Not so fast, because in the international trailer, Bokeem Woodbine is seen not only using a similar energy weapon, but also wearing a yellow shirt. As it weird as it sounds, this could mean that Spider-Man: Homecoming will have multiple Shockers. Going back to that quick snippet from the main trailer, we also see Donald Glover's character, showing that whoever he's playing is connected to these criminals.

SO Vulture and Multiple Shockers? I mean go figure esp since Iron Mans inc in here but still quite a high villian count for young Spidey to contend with .... which actually makes a difference from most initial 1st films where they tend to focus on one villain then move on to two + in the follow ups...
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Marvel have been revealing more toys and it seems the Iron Man armour in this movie has a colour scheme inspired by Ultimate iron Man
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The highly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming is still months away, but when it finally does swing onto the big screen Tom Holland's Peter Parker won't just have The Vulture to contend with. Classic Spidey villain Shocker is also out to cause some trouble. And though we've already got an idea of what his costume looks like thanks to some set photos, that was all pre-CGI stuff. The baddie will end up looking much different by the time the movie rolls around, but now we might have a better idea of what we can expect to see.

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Thanks to Eric Cameron and his Instagram account, we now might have our best look at Shocker's costume yet. Cameron attended a private event held by Hasbro, where the toy company revealed their next slate of toys -- the true ultimate spoiler of superhero movies -- for the next several months. In addition to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming had a large presence, and Cameron was able to snap a picture of some promotional material that happened to feature Shocker.

Now seeing as how this is for a toy, this costume may not be the exact same version that ends up in the film, which could go through some substantial changes before the release date. But the toy version will at least be in a similar vein to the movie, and should lay a foundation for what we're in for. With that in mind, this costume is definitely for the Shocker. It has his signature yellow quilt patches with more orange and blue thrown in (Shocker never did have the best sense of color). He also has a pair of high-tech looking goggles over his face. Finally, what would Shocker be without his vibration gauntlets, which here look much bigger and cover his whole hand. The costume does look kind of lame, but then again, so is Shocker.

In Homecoming, Herman Schultz aka Shocker is played by Bokeem Woodbine, but to what extent exactly is still unclear. Michael Keaton's Vulture will be the main Big Bad of the superhero film, and how Shocker plays into the grand scheme of things is unknown. Is he a Spider-Man 3-type villain that shares the load or is he more like the Rhino in Amazing Spider-Man 2, where he has nothing to do with the plot and just serves as a body for Spider-Man to fight?

We'll likely get better looks at Shocker as we get closer to the release date of Spider-Man: Homecoming, which hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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Glad to see they haven't ditched the quiltman look completely

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New trailer out, more Iron Man, Spidey in his orginal costume, more Vulture but apart from Ned and a couple of shots of Aunt may, vary little of Pete's supporting cast
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Another trailer, the spidey suit should have been the Iron Spider suit at the rate it is going with all the gadgets. Getting a bit worried with the amount of Iron man in the trailers, it makes it look like they are trying a bit too hard to make this a MCU movie
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Sony’s Spider-Man spinoffs, Venom and Silver and Black, may not exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe... but Sony has plans for all of their Spider-Man films to share the same universe. And, contrary to reports, the door isn’t closed on Tom Holland showing up in them.

In a recent interview, Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal revealed that all three movies will exist in the same world... even if Spider-Man: Homecoming is connected to the MCU in a way the other films will not be. The relationship between the films in Sony’s Marvel Universe (still a weird name) has been up in the air, especially since director Kevin Feige confirmed that Venom (played by Tom Hardy) would not be part of the MCU. Here’s what Pascal said:

Both movies will all take place in the world that we’re now creating for Peter Parker. I mean, they’ll be adjuncts to it, there may be different locations, but it will still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other.

Pascal was then asked if Holland would appear as Spider-Man in one or both of those films, to which Pascal replied: “There’s a chance... there’s always a chance.” I mean, I’m not a linguistics expert... but that sounds like they’re trying to make it happen. This is a bit surprising, as it was previously implied that Holland’s Spider-Man would not appear in the films at all, and it’s not certain how it would even work. Holland is contracted for at least six movies with Disney and Marvel, including three solo films.

It’s unclear what this will mean for the relationship between Sony and Marvel, which is complicated enough with Spider-Man alone. If these characters exist in the same universe as Spider-Man: Homecoming, but not in the MCU itself, that could open a big wide hole of complications and contradictions in the normally controlled cinematic universe.

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A black cat or venom movie without spider-man is kinda stupid if you ask me.
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Seems like they have changed their mind again. Given by thier recent comments it seems that while the spin-offs will be part of the MCU, they won't be really referring to it.
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Well Sony is moving forward with their plans to expand the Spider-Man universe by setting an entire film around the character of Venom, however, it turns out that's not the only major villain who will be in the new movie. A new report claims that the other major Spider-Man villain born of an alien symbiote, Carnage, will also make an appearance.

This news is buried in a larger story by The Hollywood Reporter about Spider-Man and the strange path that the newest version of the character has taken back to the big screen, being a collaboration between both Sony and Marvel Studios. It simply includes the information that Carnage will be part of the previously announced Venom movie which is set to star Tom Hardy in the title role.

The fact that Carnage is making an appearance in Venom may be news, but it's hardly surprising. The news that Sony is working on both the Venom movie and Silver & Black shows that they're not wasting much time in building out the larger Spider-man universe, so it was really only a matter of time before Carnage showed up.

While Venom himself started his comic book life as a villain, he's become more of an anti-hero these days, and if that's the plan for the character in the new movie, it makes sense that Carnage is the villain for the film. While Eddie Brock, may be a criminal, he isn't without morality, Carnage is a psychopath.

The fact that the origin story of Carnage is closely linked to that of Venom makes him the obvious choice for a villain in the film. Many comic book movies make similar choices for their bad guys in origin stories because it allows for setting up an antagonist easily so the story can still do all the necessary character building for their lead. That's likely what's happening here as well.

Still interesting developments.
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It seems Gwyneth Paltrow will be back as Pepper after being noticeably absent in AOU and Civil War
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SO Saw the Flic and have to say

Spider-Man: Homecoming is defo one my favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe movie.

Seeing as how we are 16 movies into this grand experiment of silver screen comic book adaptations, we'll never truly settle on a consensus pick for "Best" MCU movie. Many favor the latter two Captain America movies. Some have embraced the outer-space exploits of the Guardians of the Galaxy. There are even those who extol the virtues of the Thor franchise. You know who you are. But I'm confident calling Jon Watts' Homecoming my absolute favorite MCU movie because: 1) It centers around my favorite superhero in the Marvel universe; and 2) It gets every aspect about him right....

he refreshing joy of Spider-Man: Homecoming is that it’s a relatively self-contained piece of entertainment. Sure, it exists very much within the Avengers canon, but a finely crafted script builds the bridges with care, and storytelling rather than cold commercialism is apparently the film’s key concern. Downey’s presence is mercifully minor, while other cameos serve to poke fun rather than to preview forthcoming attractions. The pretext of the previous Avengers films functions as a smart setup for Keaton’s Vulture, who takes grievance with the flashy excesses of the heroes who have left him struggling to make ends meet.

Marvel has had a longstanding problem with its villains, each less compelling than the last, but the film’s handling of Vulture is one of its many masterstrokes. He’s given depth, humanity and moral ambiguity, a working-class grafter up against what he sees as Tony Stark’s careless elite. Civil War’s smartest idea was examining the damaging effect that the Avengers had on the world around them, and that theme is nicely built on here, class warfare serving as a subtle subtext to the film’s more literal conflicts.

The script’s smart decision to scale back on interacting with the entire cinematic universe is also well-matched with Watts’ pared-back action sequences, which are noticeably less flashy and far more comprehensible than in other Marvel blockbusters. The film also plays with the superhero formula, avoiding backstory repetition and throwing in a killer twist near the end, leading to a surprising, seat-edge finale, a rarity within the genre.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is so joyously entertaining that it’s enough to temporarily cure any superhero fatigue. There’s wit, smarts and a nifty, inventive plot that serves as a reminder of what buoyant fun such films can bring. It might have taken three attempts, but Spider-Man has finally spun gold.
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People have been say that if Marvel gone back the F4,
it would be awesome and if Homecoming is to go by they would be right.

A fantastic movie, with great characters, the Vulture is one of the MCU's best villains and Holland is the perfect Peter Parker. A good supporting cast,
not over relying on the MCU and some nice nods to the Spidey mythos.
Shame we didn't get to see more of the final costume and the ending was great.
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Just got back from the movie.

It was pretty great. Probably the best traditional superhero movie I've seen in awhile.

I wasn't overly excited for this movie. I've had my Spider-man fatigue. But coming out of the movie I was pleasantly surprised. This movie had heart and lightness that has been missing from superhero movies for quite a long time.

This is also the most, "real" superhero movie I've seen in awhile. Not real as in realistic, but real in terms of the characters. I understood everything each character does. The dialogue didn't feel Hollywood, it felt very natural. It made a movie with impossible tech and robotics feel more grounded than it actually was.

Speaking of natural, let's talk about Tom Holland. While Tobey felt more right as Peter and Andrew felt more right in the suit, Tom was the best of both worlds. For once, the suit and the man felt like the same person. Tom stole the show away from RDJ, how many people can say that? He also had natural comedic timing and a lot of heart. I can easily say that this is the best portrayal of the character, and I look forward to seeing him grow in more movies (note to Hollywood, this is how it works. Make the character great so we want to see more, not build upon the assumption that we are already going to see more. Make a good movie now and build your franchise later).

That's not to say that the other characters were bad. Far from it. Michael Keaton nailed it as the Vulture. This is the most developed villain I've seen in a superhero movie. I understood his motives and I could also see the good in him. Part of me wanted him to beat Tony, but not Peter.

The rest of the characters played their parts well. I'm still not used to a "hot" Aunt May, but Tomei gave a noteworthy performance. Ned, while energetically played, wore thin at times. He was funny, but he just felt sorta there. I could of used less of him, and more of Zendaya's character. She doesn't get much to do, but she steals every scene she's in. She was charming and had wit, and I hope her character gets some more development in the future.

From the trailers, I was worried that this would be Iron Man 5. Thankfully, Tony is only used sporadically and in just the right ways. He plays a mentor role that not only allows Peter to grow, but Tony to grow as well. The only complaint I have is I wish there was some reference to the events in Civil War. Him and cap had a falling out in that movie and he appeared to be very distraught, but here, it's almost like none of that changed him. I can respect that though as any time given to that would've distracted from Spidey's story.

The movie isn't perfect though. Take away the characters and the performances and you aren't left with much. The character writing and script were superb, but the plot itself is pretty basic and unoriginal. While the action was good, there isn't one action scene I can point to as taking my breath away. Ned was given too much time, and Zendaya wasn't given enough time. Some of the Easter eggs were a bit too obvious as well, and all that was missing was a wink at the camera.

That being said though, I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. It made me feel like it was Saturday morning when I was a kid and I'd watch Spider-man and His Amazing Friends. It was a superhero movie that I didn't know I was waiting for, a light-hearted one with real and endearing characters. For once, I'm actually looking forward to more Spider Man movies
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Well Early reception for Spider-Man: Homecoming has been absolutely fantastic. The film has been praised for Tom Holland's leading role, the supporting cast, and the great use of comedy. And while audiences are fresh off of James Gunn's hilarious Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, both films use humor in different ways.

IMO Theres no doubt Spider-Man: Homecoming will help expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Rather than focusing on the uber rich adults in the universe, the new film will show how regular people in NY are reacting to an extraordinary world filled with Hulks and alien invasions.

And because the film is set in Queens, the cast is the MCU's most diverse, featuring a variety of people of color. Past Marvel films have been criticized for being mostly focused on white men, and while Tom Holland is still included in this demographic, the rest of the cast helps to diversify the shared universe, as well as feature younger characters than we'd ever seen before.

But Also Kevin Feige Confirms Spider-Man Won't Appear In Venom Movie

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So That Leaves the next Q ... Sequel - Well Yes - Apparently Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Will Start Minutes After Avengers 4
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