3 franchises, 6 films, and this is where we are. Tom Holland showcased his capabilities in the role of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War, but now he’s asked to carry a film on his Spider-Shoulders on his own (with a little help from Tony Stark).
(00:02:10) Film Discussion
(00:32:47) Final Rating
(00:36:22) Film Recommendations
(00:39:07) Spoiler Talk
We talk a little Star Wars, Josh Trank, Spider-Man director front-runners, Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine swan song, The Hateful Eight, Tom Hardy’s superhero shenanigans, DC comic television, Edgar Wright, Suicide Squad, and a little more on Age of Ultron. STRICTLY NEWS!
The day has arrived! Spider-Man to return to the Marvel fold and a new age has dawned, or risen, which one comes first? We discuss who should play Peter Parker/Miles Morales, who should direct, and Paul randomly talks about the multi-verse theory.
Shhhh… SPOILER ALERT! We go over all the juicy spoilers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and if we even care what they mean for the extended Spider-Man universe (ugh why is this a thing?). Will it hold up to Marvel’s cinematic universe? Spoiler alert, no. It won’t.
We check out the latest installment in the rebooted Spider-Man franchise, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The little things we liked, the much larger things we didn’t like, and more are discussed in Fox’s latest reason why they should sell the rights back to Marvel.
Just in case you didn’t feel like watching the movie and still wanted that extra preview Days of Future Past, the scene is now available online at IGN’s YouTube channel. It is not exactly the most important of scenes… in fact, if it is not in the theatrical cut of the new X-Men movie it could well just be a deleted scene. But still… here it is!