We’re pretty sure we remember how Peter Parker became Spider-Man.
Maybe they can find a reason to put in Cousin Eddie!
Tough break, Judi Dench. Maybe you can be in the next Spider-Man reboot.
Finally, a young white guy gets a break in Hollywood.
She had franchise burn-out from the recent ‘Spider-Man’
He’s been in some other stuff more recently, too.
I’m fine with this as long as it doesn’t go to Zach Braff.
Let’s get H. Jon Benjamin on the voice and get this show on the road.
Those hoping for an appearance by Miles Morales will have to wait for the NEXT reboot, apparently.
I hope they haze the new guy.
No child left behind.
Finally, a reboot everyone can get behind.
Let them eat in peace. Just kidding. They’re celebrities. Get ‘em!!!
He could join Marvel because Sony doesn’t seem to know what to do with him.
Raise your hand if you require more Aunt May backstory.
Everyone from The Hulk to The Flash has appeared on TV over the decades. We take a look back at the best…and the rest.
She’ll hail from the realm of Spider-Man.
Fortunately, we have a billion other comic book films to choose from.
Spidey is swinging back into theaters soon, so what better time to revisit Sam Raimi’s original wallcrawler trilogy? Relive the thrills, tears, and Gollum-ing of all three original Spider-Man movies.
Good. Let’s complicate and convolute the story of a boy getting bitten by a radioactive spider, then becoming a spider himself.
Not every movie deserves to live on in other mediums, but that’s for the ticket sales and the eyes of the beholders to judge. Clap, fall asleep, or play Statler…