If you were unaware, Spider-Man: Far From Home, is set for a release date of July 5th of next year and to commemorate the film’s completion of filming in New York City Tom Holland gives us the official look at the new Spidey costume.
For the past few weeks there have been many paparazzi pictures that have leaked the look of Holland’s Spider-Man, but not in the best way possible. Many of the pics are grainy, and taken out of context. It is no surprise that Disney and Marvel decided to get out ahead of the narrative created by these vultures and officially debute the suit that everybody has been talking about last night on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show. You can see the clip below!
Now, if you’re thinking, “Wait, didn’t the web-head get dusted in Avengers: Infinity War?” And you are correct, and Kimmel tried to address the timeline question to Holland, but to now avail. So we are still left to speculate if the movie takes place before the events of Infinity War or if Spider-Man will actually come back from the dead during Avengers 4 when it releases on May 3rd – one month before Spider-Man: Far From Home.
What do you think of this suit? When in the Marvel time line do you think this Spider-Man movie takes place? Leave a comment below and lets make a discussion about it.
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It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Today marks the first day of the Oscar season with the announcement of the 2018 Oscar nominations. Meaning that its time for social media debates about what films were snubbed, and what films deserved to be nominated. Eventually evolving into what film, actor/actress, or director deserves to take home the golden statue come March 4th.
The Shape of Water seems to be the favorite this year after gaining 13 nominations for the 90th Academy Awards. Making it just one shy of the overall record. The Guillermo del Toro directed movie depicting the romance of a mute woman and a misunderstood aquatic monster is up for best picture, best director, best screenplay and best acting awards for Sally Hawkins, Octavia Spencer and Richards Jenkins, as well as other technical categories.
The other standout this year is Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, landing 8 nominations, including best picture, best director, and best cinematography. Surprisingly, this is Nolan’s first ever nomination for best director in his career.
For a full list of nominations check out the Oscar Nominations 2018 list put out by Variety.
The Academy Awards will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel for the second time and airs live on ABC on March 4th.
What do you think of these nominations? Was there something you think was snubbed this year? Who do you think will win in each category? Leave a comment below and let me know!
Hey guys, It’s not just Captain America and Iron Man suiting up to fight each other! DC Entertainment’s biggest superheroes are also preparing for war, with the latest trailer for Warner Bros’ Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuting on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live. Anticipation for the biggest showdown in comicbook history is growing as we get closer and closer the film’s 2016 release date.
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Tuesday night Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr., who play Captain America and Iron Man, sat down with Jimmy Kimmel to debut the new trailer for the next film in the Marvel franchise, Captain America: Civil War.
The two minute long trailer showed off the Avengers facing off against each other. Which is something that Marvel fans had been clamoring for since Downey was announced as a co-star for the film last year.
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