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Will ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’ Feature Black Cat?

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has been in the news a lot recently, and it’s no surprise as to why. After delivering what is, with respect to Mr. Raimi, easily the best Spider-Man movie to date with last summer’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, his McU future is in a surprising degree of question. Don’t get me wrong. Mr. Holland’s not going anywhere. He’s an exceptional actor perfectly suited to the new millennial take on the character that Marvel Studios snagged when he was still young and inexpensive and has conversely proven to be as insatiably popular as any of Marvel’s other A-list talent. He’s

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Marvel rumoured to be casting a “femme fatale” for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2

Earlier this week it was revealed that Marvel, Sony and director Jon Watts are looking to head to Europe for the as-yet-untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, with the production reportedly set to shoot in the UK and Germany.

This followed earlier rumours that Marvel was auditioning European actresses for the role of Gwen Stacy, prompting speculation that the students of Midtown High could be embarking on some kind of foreign exchange trip which takes Spidey out of New York City.

Well, adding further fuel to that is a new rumour from That Hashtag Show, which suggests that casting is underway for a European actress in her 20s to portray a new “femme fatale” character.

The site goes on to speculate that this could potentially be a reimagined version of Gwen Stacy, or another character entirely, such as Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman or perhaps even Felicia Hardy/Black Cat or Silver Sablinova/Silver Sable,
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Report: McU’s Spider-Man 2 Casting ‘Femme Fatale’

With production set to kick off this summer, casting information for the still-untitled sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is beginning to make its way online. After an audition video surfaced back in December suggesting the sequel was looking to cast Gwen Stacey, a new report has emerged that indicates the film is looking to bring in an unspecified “femme fatale.”

Related: Spider-Man: Homecoming Sequel Targets June Start Date
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Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 To Feature Femme Fatale Lead, Could It Be Black Cat?

To say that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 has been placed on the back-burner may read as something of an understatement – Marvel still has Black Panther, Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel to contend with, after all, and Peter Parker’s second solo outing isn’t due to arrive until July of 2019.

Nevertheless, director Jon Watts is already hard at work developing his Homecoming follow-up. Case in point: That Hashtag Show brings word today that Watts and his team plan to cast a European actress, around 20 years of age, to play what’s being described as a “femme fatale.” Now, it’s important to note that we heard just the other week that the hunt for someone to bring Gwen Stacy to life was also underway, though you certainly wouldn’t describe the character as a “femme fatale,” so unless Marvel is going to be taking some pretty big creative liberties here,
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Ryan Coogler Says Black Panther Is The James Bond Of The McU

In order to keep things fresh, the movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are often envisioned as superhero twists on other genres. For instance, Captain America: The Winter Soldier was influenced by 1970s political thrillers and Spider-Man: Homecoming was inspired by John Hughes high school films. Now, it turns out that the upcoming Black Panther has another unlikely point of reference: James Bond movies.

Director Ryan Coogler was talking to Total Film recently and spoke about how Marvel Studios execs saw the character of Black Panther as being their cinematic universe’s counterpart to the legendary British secret agent. In response, Coogler went back and watched his favourite Bond flicks in order to capture that action/adventure tone.

“When I first started talking to Marvel, one thing they were interested in was for Panther to be their version of James Bond, which I thought was incredibly interesting and exciting. It
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‘Flashpoint’ Recruits John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to Direct

After multiple false starts, it seems that the ‘Flashpoint‘ movie is finally found it’s legs. Variety is reporting that John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein, the directors behind ‘Vacation‘ reboot, are in negotiations to helm The Flash’s first standalone film. Although Warner Bros. has declined to comment, the success of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming‘–which the duo wrote–along with their upcoming directorial effort, ‘Game Night‘, the move makes sense from the studio’s perspective. By tapping the Daley and Goldstein, the studio is essentially saying that they are looking for a more comedic tone for the ‘Flashpoint‘ movie that is akin to what we saw in ‘Justice League’.

The film has had quite the rocky road to the screen thus far. Seth Grahame-Smith was originally tapped to direct, but ended up having creative differences with the studio. Upon his departure, director Rick Famuyiwa (Dope) stepped into the director’s chair,
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Marvel announces new all-ages comic book series Marvel Super Hero Adventures

As part of its multi-platform content program focused on targeting younger fans, Marvel has announced the upcoming launch of Marvel Super Hero Adventures, an all-new, all-ages comic book series debuting this April! Check out an unlettered, first look preview here…

Written by Jim McCann (New Avengers: The Reunion) with art by Dario Brizuela (Avengers: No More Bullying, Avengers Vs), the five-issue series features all the classic action and adventures of Marvel’s greatest heroes in kid-friendly versions. McCann’s work on the Marvel Press children’s series 5-Minute Spider-Man Stories as well as junior novelizations for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok help make Marvel Super Hero Adventures the perfect new tale for readers of all ages to enjoy. Through stories that touch upon aspirational themes of friendship, helping others, and heroism, preschool kids and young readers will have a gateway into the Marvel Universe.
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Marvel announce new all-ages comic ‘Super Hero Adventures’

This spring, readers will find there’s no hero too big (or too small) to share an adventure with! As part of Marvel’s multi-platform content program focused on targeting their youngest fans, Marvel have announced Marvel Super Hero Adventures, an all-new, all-ages comic book series debuting this April

Written by Jim McCann (New Avengers: The Reunion) with art by Dario Brizuela (Avengers: No More Bullying, Avengers Vs), the five-issue series features all the classic action and adventures of Marvel’s greatest heroes in kid-friendly versions. McCann’s work on the Marvel Press children’s series 5-Minute Spider-Man Stories as well as junior novelizations for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Thor: Ragnarok help makeMarvel Super Hero Adventures the perfect new tale for readers of all ages to enjoy. Through stories that touch upon aspirational themes of friendship, helping others, and heroism, preschool kids and young readers
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Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel assembles its crew, will reportedly shoot in Europe

With the as-yet-untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming follow-up now in pre-production ahead of a planned June shoot, it looks like Sony, Marvel and director Jon Watts are filling out the crew for the Phase Four-launching sequel.

According to McU Exchange, Matthew Lloyd has signed on to serve as director of photography, having previously worked with director Watts on Cop Car. He also has experience within the McU, having worked on the Netflix shows Daredevil and The Defenders, as well as reshoots on Thor: Ragnarok.

Furthermore, it has also been reported that Claude Pare (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, X-Men: Dark Phoenix) will serve as production designer, while Anna B. Sherppard (Captain America: The First Avenger, Maleficent) has been hired as the film’s costume designer.

Although plot details for Homecoming 2 are being kept under wraps, we also have another report suggesting that in addition to Atlanta and Berlin, the shoot
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Is Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Going to Appear in the ‘Venom’ Film?

Sony Picture’s Venom film will hit theaters later this year and just a week ago, the studio released the first pic from the film which stars Tom Hardy. This week a new rumor has broken out about the film and it involves Venom’s rival hero, Spider-Man.

According to Jon Schnepp of Collider, Spider-Man will appear in the upcoming villain spin-off film. In a video released on youtube, Schnepp claims that he knows this news but says he will not say how he knows. (The typical inside scoop reporting). He even goes as far to say that it will be Holland‘s version of the web-shooter that will be in the film. The group of pop culture enthusiasts begin to talk about the Venom film around the 1:30 mark of the video.

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In an even newer video from Collider, Schnepp calls out everyone that tells him that it
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Tom Holland Is In Venom, But As Peter Parker, Not Spider-Man

Is there another in-development comic book movie that’s garnered the same level of buzz as Venom?

With the exception of Avengers: Infinity War, Sony and Ruben Fleischer’s Spider-Man spinoff has been placed under such an intense spotlight that it seems like we’re never too far away from the next piece of content – leaked or otherwise. And sure enough, we’ve now got yet another update.

If you recall, the internet lost it yesterday when producer/director John Schnepp claimed that Tom Holland would be showing up in Venom. Given how many times we’ve heard that the project would be completely separate from the McU, and that Spidey would not be involved, most people called him out, saying he was completely wrong with his scoop. Now, he’s clarifying things.

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McU Intel Suggests Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 Is Headed To Europe

To say that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 has been placed on the back-burner may read as something of an understatement – Marvel still has Black Panther, Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel to contend with, after all, and Peter Parker’s second solo outing isn’t due to arrive until July of 2019.

Nevertheless, director Jon Watts is already hard at work developing his Homecoming follow-up. Case in point: That Hashtag Show brings word that Watts and his team plan to whisk Spidey off to Europe – Germany or the United Kingdom, to be specific – where filming will begin a little earlier than expected on May 28th.

Said to be operating under the working title “Fall of George” (h/t Omega Underground), Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 will remain in production throughout the summer, before filming wraps in Atlanta this September – barring any unforeseen hiccups, of course.

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Venom: Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland Reportedly Spotted on Set

Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland was reportedly spotted on the set of Sony’s upcoming Venom movie as Peter Parker, not his webhead alter ego.

According to Jon Schnepp in an episode of Collider Heroes, “Tom Holland was on set filming scenes on Venom for at least two days as Peter Parker.” He went on to clarify that “I’m not saying Spider-Man is in the film. When I say Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is in the film, I’m saying Peter Parker is in the film.”
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Movie Talk: What Kind of Tone Will the ‘Flashpoint’ Directors Bring to the Dceu?

On this episode of Collider Movie Talk, Mark Ellis, Jay Washington, Jon Schnepp, and Kristian Harloff discuss the following: According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Brothers is in talks with Spider-Man: Homecoming writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to direct the Flash standalone movie, Flashpoint. Disney and Lucasfilm released the first official synopsis for Solo: A Star Wars Story and it teases Han Solo meeting Chewbacca and encountering Lando Calrissian. The synopsis also confirms the May 25, 2018 release date. The first trailer for Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot …
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Justice League Concept Artist Shares Up-Close Rendering Of The Caped Crusader

Two members of the Justice League of America, namely Batman and Cyborg, have been ushered into the limelight thanks to some newly-unveiled DC concept art.

Coming to us by way of ComicBook.com, renown concept/creature designer Jerad S.Marantz is the artist responsible for both drawings, which were seemingly submitted to Warner Bros. fairly early on in the creative process – Batman’s suit, for instance, clearly went through “a few changes” before Justice League hit theaters.

Via Instagram:

Justice League Batman costume concept art done for costume designer Michael Wilkinson. There are a few things that changed by the time It got to the big screen. In Batman versus Superman we played around with the idea of armor plates showing through the suit and got to see that in the final justice league version. Batman is my favorite character and I always love working him.

Justice League Concept
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Affleck Passed on Directing The Flash Movie Flashpoint?

Warner Bros. is really trying to get the Dceu on the right track after the disappointment of Justice League. Part of that is finally getting their solo Flash movie going, which is going to adapt the Flashpoint storyline from the comics. The studio has finally locked down directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein for the gig, but it sounds like they wanted a bigger name for Flashpoint. Reportedly, they wanted Ben Affleck to direct it.

The news comes from The Tracking Board's Jeff Sneider. According to him, Warner Bros. was "courting" Ben Affleck to direct the Flashpoint movie behind-the-scenes. He is said to have been offered the movie, but he ultimately passed on it, which led to them having to look elsewhere. Here's what Sneider had to say about it in a recent post to his personal Twitter account.

"Warner Bros. had been courting none other than Ben Affleck to direct The Flash,
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Ben Affleck Turned Down Directing ‘Flashpoint’

Before Warner Bros. settled on the surprising directing duo of John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to helm Flashpoint, the studio had courted Ben Affleck to direct the comic book movie. But the director and Batman actor reportedly turned down the gig. Included in Variety‘s report that Daley and Goldstein, the hit-or-miss co-writers of Spider-Man: Homecoming and directors of the Vacation reboot, are attached to direct Flashpoint […]

The post Ben Affleck Turned Down Directing ‘Flashpoint’ appeared first on /Film.
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Rumor: Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Will Cameo In ‘Venom’

So far, we’ve been getting mixed messages about how connected “Venom” will be Sony‘s Marvel affiliated live-action Spider-Man series, which was launched last summer with “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Kevin Feige stated plainly that the R-rated movie is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, producer Amy Pascal has said the complete opposite, while sitting right beside (an admittedly shocked) Feige.

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Eddie Encounters Scott Haze’s Mystery Villain In Yet Another Venom Set Video

Is there another in-development comic book movie that’s garnered the same level of buzz as Venom?

With the exception of Avengers: Infinity War, Sony and Ruben Fleischer’s Spider-Man spinoff has been placed under such an intense spotlight that it seems like we’re never too far away from the next piece of content – leaked or otherwise. And sure enough, celebrity news agency Backgrid has uncovered the latest reel of footage that shows Eddie Brock writhing around in agony on the streets of Atlanta.

Dressed in civvies and looking a little worse for wear, Tom Hardy’s famous anti-hero is then faced with Scott Haze, whose mysterious villain appears to threaten Eddie before Ruben Fleischer yells “cut!” It’s admittedly a little blurry, but see if you can spot any story clues from the embedded clip.

Our guess? Hardy is beginning to feel the effects of the symbiote, and
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Warner Bros. Wanted Ben Affleck To Direct Flashpoint But He Turned Down The Offer

Yesterday it was announced that Spider-Man: Homecoming writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein were hired to direct the DC film Flashpoint for Warner Bros. It shouldn't come as a surprise to you that these directors weren't the studio's first choice. 

According to Variety, on top of Robert Zemeckis, the studio also initially wanted Ben Affleck to direct the movie but he ended up turning down the offer. I actually wouldn't have minded seeing Affleck direct the film! He might have done a great job, but now we'll never know. 

As you know, Affleck was attached to direct The Batman before he was replaced by Matt Reeves. Regardless of that, a few weeks ago, Ben Affleck did say that he was still interested in directing a Batman movie, but The Flash isn't Batman, so I guess he's allowed to say no. However, Batman is rumored to be playing a prominent
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