As soon as Spider-Man: Across The Spider Verse hit theaters, there were reports and rumors across social media about multiple versions of the movie existing. This was confirmed when people were able to take bootleg captures and compare them, noticing different lines or animations from the characters. The thought at the time was “how clever for a movie about the multiverse to give each viewer a slightly different experience,” but this may not have been what was intended.
The most anticipated animated movie of the summer is here! In fact, it’s been here for a while, in case you haven’t noticed. There’s still time to catch Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse in theaters, but if none are playing it near you, the home release is fast approaching. The digital copy will be available as soon as next week, while the physical copy will come out next month.
Sony streamed over an hour’s worth of new trailers and gameplay footage from upcoming Playstation 5 titles this afternoon. The reveals ranged from “awright” to “meh,” so we’ve cherry-picked the few we found the most interesting…
It’s a misnomer that nobody dies in comic books. Actually, EVERYBODY dies in comics…they just come back to life later. Kamala Khan, the latest Ms. Marvel, is a relatively new face around the MCU, and because of this, is one of the few that hasn’t died yet. That’s about to change, folks…
Though I loathe the recent trend of Hollywood movies absorbing my entire day with ridiculously long runtimes, animated movies have been the exception. You can usually count on an animated film to get to its point and get you out of there within 90 to 120 minutes. Usually.
Last February Marvel Comics promised they would reveal something Spider-Man did in his recent past that would be SO earth-shatering, they dubbed it “the most shocking issue of Amazing Spider-Man in 50 years.”
A new trailer for Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse just showed up in the middle of the night. No other articles seem to be written about it yet, because I’m the only one up who can do it — at 1:55 AM on the West Coast. Presenting a POPGEEKS EXCLUSIVE, at least until somebody from a larger website gets out of bed…
Andrew Garfield was rather an unknown talent to the world until a spider’s bite webbed him to international fame. In 2012 the world was intrigued by the new, ever-smiling Spider-Man. We watched as the young actor transformed the old, familiar history of the web swinger, into a thrilling performance like no other.
Every now and then you hear about a comic book sales-boosting stunt that is such an obviously bad idea you want to rush into the company’s headquarters and holler “STOP.” You know it’s going to end badly for everyone involved, but you don’t really have the power to prevent it, so all you can do is watch the train derail. Marvel’s new announcement today about an upcoming Spider-Man story is one of these moments.
Sony has repeatedly yelled about its plans to give every outlying Spider-Man character their own movie, whether it makes sense or not. So it’s a bit of a surprise that this week, they revealed they’re giving one of those characters their own TV series instead.
When Sony is finished with the supporting cast of Spider-Man, will the webslinger have any villains left? We have to wonder after Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who has been cast as Kraven the Hunter in Sony’s upcoming movie of the same name, described his character to Variety recently.
Who’s behind the dimension-hopping shenanigans in the anticipated sequel Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse? Director Christopher Miller revealed the answer today. He’s a very Dalmatian-looking man.