It doesn’t matter if a movie’s good, bad, or just mediocre—any film can have a moment that makes your jaw drop in awe or tears come to your eyes, or makes you shudder in irritation and disgust. Here are all the greatest and worst individual moments from the cinematic releases of 2017.
The climactic mid-air battle between Spider-Man and the Vulture aboard an Avengers cargo plane in Spider-Man: Homecoming was one of the highlights of an already excellent movie. Turns out it was entirely realized using motion capture and computer-generated characters. Did you actually think a plane with a cloaking…
It’s one thing to hear about how well Tom Holland immersed himself in the physical role of Spider-Man, performing a good portion of the Homecoming stunts himself. It’s another to see him in action. And it’s damn impressive.
Willem Dafoe compares his time on Aquaman to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies. Patty Jenkins teases a “full-blown” Diana for Wonder Woman 2. Get a new look at Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Plus, new footage from Mr. Robot’s next season, and teases for the returning DC/CW-verse shows. To me, my spoilers!
Sorry, folks. Spider-Man didn’t ride a horse, play with pandas, or take a nap next to the Great Wall. The posters for China’s release of Spider-Man: Homecoming are a hoax.
The best promotional image for Spider-Man: Homecoming was the result of a happy accident. In fact, Tom Holland didn’t even know he was being photographed for it. Because he was asleep.
We have a complicated relationship with the posters for Spider-Man: Homecoming. Some of them have been pretty cool, while others have been a little bit of a disaster. Finally, though, we have one that we can all agree on, unambiguously, 100% without a doubt: this is awesome.
This is either the biggest thing to happen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since the Battle of New York, or a fun wink from the guys who made the sets for Spider-Man: Homecoming. You decide!
Guten tag, my... uh... gang, I guess? Please enjoy a bit of “Postal Apocalypse” calm before the storm of San Diego Comic-Con! This week: Disney’s Star Wars problem, whether Secret Empire will come to the MCU, and how to show someone you love something that’s become problematic over time. Also, I, uh, write a …
Spider-Man: Homecoming’s willingness to to sidestep the history established in Sony’s two other takes on the webhead and get Peter Parker back to his awkward, teenage roots is a large part of what makes the movie as refreshing as it is. But there’s one thing about Homecoming’s Spidey that’s a little off.
If you saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and want some more answers, you’ve come to the right place. Don’t worry, this isn’t one of Rob’s FAQs, but we can still fill in some of the gaps, point out things you may have missed, and tell you everything else you need to know—with help from Homecoming’s director, star, and…
Ladies and Gentlemen, I think we have definitive proof that Spider-Man: Homecoming would be even better if one of the zillion new things Peter Parker’s teched-up Spidey suit could do was summon a giant transforming mecha.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the coolest toys and merchandise we’ve seen all week. This time we’ve got an insanely nerdy Star Wars SDCC exclusive, the most affordable way to replicate Spider-Man’s new eye-moving mask, and much, much more!
Spider-Man: Homecoming has a lot of heavy lifting to do for one movie. It has to continue the Marvel Cinematic Universe, be a good Spider-Man movie after three straight critical flops and introduce Marvel’s new phase of casting “diversity.” Does it succeed?
There has been a little confusion about this over the past few weeks, so let’s put this to bed. Yes, Jennifer Connelly is the voice of Spider-Man’s suit in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
The original 1960s Spider-Man theme song might be a classic, but it isn’t one of “those” kind of classics. You know, the ones they teach in high school to inspire you to stand on your desk at shout at captains. But that isn’t stopping Zendaya from giving the theme song the dramatic reading it “deserves.”
The money shot used in almost all of the marketing from Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t in the movie. You know the one: Iron Man and Spider-Man, both suited up, flying through Queens. But in a new interview, the director of the film did his best to explain why it’s missing.
Forrest Gump might say the posters for Spider-Man Homecoming are like a box of chocolates. We never know what we’re going to get.
Robert Downey Jr. once again teases leaving the role of Tony Stark, that live-action Jetsons you always wanted gets a producer, and a picture of Deadpool, sans suit, for Deadpool 2. Plus, images from the Doctor Who Christmas special show more than one Doctor hanging around. Spoilers ahead!
Another Spider-Man villain is confirmed for Homecoming. A new Jetsons TV show could be in the works. Rosario Dawson has already exited New Mutants. No one can get their story straight about Spider-Man’s role in Venom. Plus, a new clip from the next episode of Preacher, and behind the scenes on The Last Jedi. Spoilers…