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Jk Simmons Is “Very Optimistic” J. Jonah Jameson Will Be Seen In Future ‘Spider-Man’ Films

While his appearance in “Spider-Man-Far-From-Home-2019-movie-posters/”>Spider-Man: Far From Home” was a complete surprise and a delight for longtime fans of the ‘Spider-Man’ franchise, Jk Simmons is clearly not done with his role as J. Jonah Jameson just yet.Speaking to Collider, Simmons fell just short of confirming that he’s going to show up in a future ‘Spider-Man’ […]

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Superhero Bits: Venus Williams Has a ‘Wonder Woman’ Clothing Line, Jamie Foxx Still Up for ‘Spawn’ & More

How did DC FanDome make a Batwoman poster without an image of the show’s new star? Will Marvel’s Avengers be in the same universe as the Spider-Man PlayStation 4 video game? Want to see Venus Williams‘ new Wonder Woman clothing line? How could The Illuminati enter the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Want to see how Alex […]

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Superhero Bits: ‘Morbius’ Rumors Connect to ‘Venom 2’ and ‘Spider-Man 3’, ‘Ms. Marvel’ Rumors & More

What obscure reference to Harley Quinn‘s origin is in Birds of Prey? What other characters could be introduced in the Ms. Marvel series on Disney+? What was the original name for Birds of Prey? How will Morbius supposedly connect to both Venom 2 and Spider-Man 3? Will Black Adam and Shazam 2 shoot simultaneously this […]

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San Sebastian: Horizontes Latinos Selects ’The Moneychanger,’ ‘Spider,’ ‘Chicuarotes’

Madrid — Frederico Veiroj’s “The Moneychanger,” Andrés Wood’s “Spider” and Gael García Bernal’s “Chicuarotes” will play in San Sebastian’s Horizontes Latinos, the Spanish Festival’s most important sidebar, along with its New Directors strand, and a virtual best of the fests titles of Latin American movies with standout at Sundance in particular, plus Berlin, Cannes, Venice […]

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‘Gringo’ Review: Nash Edgerton’s Wacky First Studio Film Dulls His Dark Comedy Chops

For his first studio film — and only his second feature in two decades — idiosyncratic Aussie director Nash Edgerton loads up on some of his signatures, including lots of bad guys, tons of twists, and a dark sense of humor. Unfortunately, his sensibilities are dulled by a sprawling story that never quite snaps together. […]

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