Fans have been clamoring for the wall crawler to makes his return home to Marvel proper for years. Today finally sees those pipe dreams become reality! Sony and Marvel have reached a deal to have Spider-Man join the MCU! Check out below for details! Continue Reading
(Scored out of ten; below 5 = not worth seeing, 6 = ok, 7 = good, 8 = great, 9 = fantastic, 10 = next to perfect)
Marc Webb’s second outing behind Sony’s crown jewel definitely lives up to the name. The Amazing Spiderman 2 was just that, amazing. While there were some notable issues ASM proves to be a thoroughly entertaining, emotional, silly, adept world building film all at the same time. Not one to shy away from it’s quirky comic book roots, The Amazing Spiderman 2 does a tremendous job of cementing Spidey as one of the premier superhero franchises on the market and shows that there is plenty of life left in Spiderman’s tank.
With Amazing Spiderman 2 heading to theatres everywhere this Friday the hype machine is running at full speed. Having seen the movie (look out for the review soon) I can safely say that there is no end credits stinger hinting at the future of the Spidey-verse. But that isn’t to say hardcore fans are out of luck. If you use the “Shazam” app on your smartphone during the end credits sequence you will unlock a special video offering clues to the future of the franchise. Here are some screen captures from the video:
The first official screening of The Amazing Spiderman 2 has just finished and press from all over the inter webs have taken to twitter to give their gut reactions. For the most part they seem to have liked the sequel but there are a few negative nancy’s thrown in just to balance things out. I for one tend to side with the optimists. The only negatives I kept hearing about the first Marc Webb Spiderman flick were about the rehashed origin and the ugly Lizard, these 2 things have no bearing on whether or not a film is “good” or not. Check out below for an assortment of reactions and remember to not let it influence your decision to go see it too much. Nobodies opinion should matter more than your own! —>