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news.avclub.comSony adds Silk to its list of Spidey-free Spider-Man moviesSony’s attempts to leverage its rights to Marvel’s Spider-Man family of characters—but, critically, not Peter Parker himself—into its own little Spidey-free live-action superhero franchise continues to be one of the weirder going concerns in modern blockbuster films. We’ve already seen Tom Hardy as Venom, and heard about plans for anti-heroes like Silver Sable and Black Cat to get their own chance to play. (Although that particular film was recently pulled from the studio’s schedule.) Now, Variety reports that Sony has made its closest move yet to just creating a new hero called “Arachnid-Guy” and asking him to web around town, with news coming that the studio has put a Silk film into production.
slickstermagazine.comIncredibles 2 Review: Cloning the Superhero GenreDigging all the way back when Ratatouille was released back in 2007, writer and director Brad Bird implied that he had the desire to make a sequel to The Incredibles but he didn’t want to move forward with it until the story was just right. It took nearly 14 years for Incredibles 2 to materialize,...1
bonanza.comMarvel Comics Spider-Man Chapter One (Direct Edition) Published 1998In the previous issue, Spider-man had tracked the masked menace known as Mysterio, to the Osborn Studios. And things had gone wrong for him. Mysterio had given him the slip and managed to change into superhero mode. Now Spider-man is trapped i...2
themuse.jezebel.comIncredibles 2 Is an Animated Film for the Empowerment GenerationFourteen years ago, Disney/Pixar released its superhero centerpiece The Incredibles, an animated film about a latex-clad family blessed with superpowers which, when the government abandons them for being different, retreats into suburban existence. The movie won an Oscar, which means the long-awaited sequel, released in theaters on June 15, had a lot to live up to. Despite a trailer that seemed to annoyingly embrace the lure of commercialized feminism (and the radical act of stay-at-home dads making breakfast!), Incredibles 2 is as joyous and bright as the first.