Spider-Man: 40 Years in the Making
To get ready for the long awaited Spider-Man: Homecoming (out this Friday, June 7th), I've compiled a slideshow reminiscing on all the previous Spideys, from 1977's web-less Nicholas Hammond to Sam Raimi's controversial trilogy to the films that made Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone's relationship famous to the cameo that overshadowed everyone's favorite Avenger, Captain America ...And no, everyones favorite is not Iron Man. He chose wrong, hmmf.
Anyways, I have a good feeling that Jon Watt's rendition of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is going to knock our store-bought superhero masks right off. Produced by Marvel and Columbia, but distributed by Sony, Homecoming has the Gods of film backing it and all of Marvel's fanbase supporting it. Top it off with the easily lovable Tom Holland as Spidey and the equally charming Zendaya as MJ, and things are beginning to look a lot like summer blockbuster success.
As Uncle Ben always said, "with great power, comes great responsibility." Marvel, don't let us down.
Just for giggles, here's the trailer for the newest Spidey flick: