Morbius Trailer Arrives Online

Today, Sony released the first trailer for Morbius. The latest installment in Sony’s expanded Spider-Man universe, the film marks the first time (not including the cameo for the alternate ending to Blade) the Roy Thomas and Gil Kane-created character has been portrayed on the big screen. Check out the Morbius trailer below: The Morbius trailer …

Spider-Verse Sequel Dated for April 8, 2022

Sony is getting ready to say, “What’s up, danger?” once again. Deadline reports that the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel has been dated for an April 22, 2022 release. Only producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller are set to return for the sequel to the Oscar-winning film thus far, but that’s more than enough to …

Lost Visions: James Cameron’s Spider-Man Scriptment

Before our favorite wall-crawler made his big-screen debut in Sam Raimi’s iconic 2002 film Spider-Man, there had been many attempts to bring the ol’ webhead to theaters. While Nicholas Hammond’s portrayal of Peter Parker brought the Spidey mythology to both the large and small screen in the 70s, studios knew there was still untapped potential …

Madame Web Web Solo Film in Development

The Hollywood Reporter reports that Morbius writers Matt Sazama and Burke Sharpless have signed on to write a Spider-Man spinoff centered around Madame Web. This telepathic Spidey-supporting character was first introduced in the comic books in 1980. The Madame Web project joins a plethora of previously announced Spider-Man-related films. So far, a Spider-Verse sequel (and …

Spider-Man to Remain in the MCU

Disney’s web-shooters aren’t out of fluid just yet. Variety reports that the Mouse House has reached a deal with Sony to keep Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, at least for a little while. Apparently, the agreement is for Marvel Studios to produce a third Spidey movie featuring Tom Holland as Peter Parker, which will …

Sony Acquires Insomniac Games

Sony has just recently announced its acquisition of game developer Insomniac Games. On August 19th, Sony tweeted out from their official Twitter page, saying that they were “join[ing] forces with this legendary developer.” Insomniac is well-known for its games such as Spyro the Dragon and Ratchet &Clank. The two companies working together is nothing new, …