Spoiler alert, I made this seem like three updates but it’s actually two.
Yes, you read that right. Jamie Foxx, who starred as Electro in the worst Spider-Man movie is in talks to join the case of the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home.
How is that going to work? No idea!
There really is a whole lot of news each week, isn’t there? This week has seem some pretty big bombs drop such as Kevin Feige working on a Star Wars, VIFF starting up, Jurassic World 3 casting news, Jason Bateman directing news, Phoebe Waller-Bridge gets a truck load of cash from Amazon news, Batman news, Wes Anderson news, and Spider-man is back in the MCU news. Let’s dive right in!
Yes, both of you. Here’s a new experiment to get me writing a bit again. Sans the time to write up each bit of movie news there is (guys there is so much news every week, it’s nuts) I’m going to try to keep a digest on a weekly basis. Hopefully this works and hopefully you like it. Let’s hop right to it, shall we?
There aren’t that many games that I would consider to be among my favourite games of all time. I have played games on various platforms since I was a kid, but not a lot of them have really stuck with me. The ones that have though have generally stuck because they resonated with me on some deeper level. Firewatch is a great recent example of this, a game that made me cry in its text-based introductory chapter and punched me directly in the emotions at the climax. Bioshock is another, a game that scared me relentlessly for hours before unveiling one of the best video game story twists of all time.
I’ve been thinking about these games for the past few days because I am pretty sure that Marvel’s Spider-Man on the PlayStation 4 is going to end up on my list of all time favourite games.
Also, did you know Iron Man is in this movie? Iron Man is in this movie. Let’s take a look!
I’m tentatively excited about a game. That hasn’t happened in a while. Let’s take a look.
Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is coming to theatres for the third first time in under two months which means the marketing is about to kick into high gear. Today we got a new trailer (which is pretty good!) and two new posters (which are pretty awful!). Let’s take a look.
Spider-Man is now in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so naturally Sony is plowing ahead with the rights they have for related characters.
Michael Giacchino takes the classic theme and gives it the cinematic treatment. Let’s have a listen.
Speaking of Marvel properties with release dates, Sony has announced dates for the Spider-Man franchise.
Were you left wondering why Sony cast big name actor Chris Cooper as Norman Osborn and then only had him show up for one scene in one shitty movie? Wonder no more!
As if we needed another reason to be upset at Sony for what they are doing to Spider-Man they say this BS.