It would appear that Sony has more plans for their “Marvel Universe” than we initially thought. JoBlo is reporting that Carnage is rumored to be the primary villain the Tom Hardy-starring Venom film. It’s also rumored that both Kraven the Hunter, and Mysterio, will be getting their own standalone films in the new universe.
Those new characters join a character cast of Venom, Black Cat, and Silver Sable already confirmed as part of Sony’s world.
The cinematic Valiant Universe just keeps getting bigger. Continuing their ongoing push to get their characters into the spotlight, Valiant has announced that Reginald Hudlin (Boomerang, The Ladies Man) will direct their live-action Shadowman film, based on a 2012 script from J. Michael Straczynski that Hudlin is revising.
Shadowman is Jack Boniface. A New Orleans resident that must take hold of his destiny, and learn to control his abilities to stop Master Darque from shattering the wall between reality and the Deadside.
ComicBook.com has an exclusive look at several new variant covers that give us a look at many of the live-action interpretations of the Valiant Universe. The characters are all from Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe, which premieres later this year, and they all look spectacular.
X-O Manowar, Ninjak, Bloodshot, Archer, Armstrong, and Livewire are all spotlighted on the new covers, which you can check out after the jump.
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Marvel Studios has released the third trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and I honestly wish they had released this trailer, rather than the last one. The last trailer showcased the entire film (as far as we know), and basically laid out the entire plot. Whereas this new trailer shows Peter Parker the character, and his life as a friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man. It’s much more personal, and infinitely more fun.
However, given the recent Guardians of the Galaxy film, and its many trailer twists, I’m starting to think Homecoming could be a pretty giant swerve from what we think is happening here. In fact, we know that the homecoming dance will factor into this somehow, and we even have our first hint at that, with Peter running in a suit down the halls of his school and ripping off hie tie. We’ll just have to wait and see. Spider-Man: Homecoming releases in theaters July 7, 2017.
Josh and Theo welcome back Bovi for another round of ridiculous chatting, and his newfound obsession with Brave Little Toaster. Covering the latest news and views on the coolest pop culture has to offer!
The Last Jedi trailer, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Krypton, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe take center stage on the 7th episode of Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please be sure to rate and review us on iTunes!
Sony has officially released the second trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, and it’s a bit more of a letdown. We get quite a bit more of a breakdown for the story, this time around, but something about it didn’t quite have the character that the first trailer did. It wasn’t quite as charming to me, focusing more on the conflict of Spider-Man wanting so bad to be an Avenger, that he’s willing to unknowingly endanger the lives of NYC citizens to be a hero.
Michael Keaton is continuing to obviously relish in the role of being a villain, and it’s pretty great to see him having so much fun. Iron Man takes up half the trailer, just to drive home that this is a Marvel Cinematic Universe film, and Tony Stark has a lot to do in this movie. When they brought RDJ aboard, I was expecting much less screentime than this. More of a cameo than anything, but it would appear he is most certainly a focal point of the film. We’ll just have to see how much that truly ends up being.
The suit still seems to be a massive focal point of the film, as well with the Stark brand suit being taken away midway through the trailer, and most likely near the end of the second act. After that, we see Peter Parker get back to his roots, and believing in himself and his abilities. Trusting that he can take down the villains causing issues for his city using only his handmade costume, and his superpowers. I’m super excited to see this film, albeit a bit less so than Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which looks like the greatest movie ever. My fingers are crossed, because so far it’s been a fantastic year for movies.