‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Clip: Miles Morales Grooves and Finds a New Superpower

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Clip: Miles Morales Grooves and Finds a New Superpower
This week brings Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse into theaters, unleashing a bunch of different super-powered spider people onto the big screen. If you’re still not convinced that the movie, which has 99% on Rotten Tomatoes, is worth seeing, maybe a funny new clip featuring Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) getting some advice from Peter Parker (Jake […]

The post ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Clip: Miles Morales Grooves and Finds a New Superpower appeared first on /Film.
See full article at Slash Film »

Doctor Strange Was Almost In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Doctor Strange Was Almost In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse originally included a cameo by none other than Doctor Strange. The animated Spider-Man movie is set to arrive in theaters this weekend and the buzz , thus far, has been extremely positive. It should, at the very least, be enough to tide Marvel fans over until Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home arrive next year. While this is mostly a Spidey standalone (featuring several different versions of the character), it turns out, the universe was originally going to expand.

Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the duo behind The Lego Movie, are on board as producers on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Lord helped pen the screenplay alongside Rodney Rothman and, like most major projects in Hollywood, it went through several revisions before reaching its final form. As Lord reveals, the initial draft ended with the Sorcerer Supreme making an appearance. Here's what he had to say about it.
See full article at MovieWeb »

Review: 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' is the Best Superhero Movie of 2018

Based on characters created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli, the new Sony Pictures Animation movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, offers an entirely different take on Marvel's beloved web-slinging superhero, which was first introduced by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko in 1962. Produced by the filmmaking team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the story centers on African-American/Puerto Rican teenager Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore of Dope and Netflix's "The Get Down") as he tries to fit in at the prestigious Brooklyn Visions Academy. Miles' father, Jefferson (Brian Tyree Henry of Widows and If Beale Street Could Talk), is a straight-laced police officer and his mother (Luna Lauren Velez) is a hard-working nurse — both loving parents who are proud of their son's achievements, and really want to see him succeed studying at the school for gifted students. Adjusting to a new school proves to
See full article at FirstShowing.net »

‘Spider-Man’ Producers Phil Lord & Christopher Miller Bring Miles Morales To Big Screen In Spectacular Style

‘Spider-Man’ Producers Phil Lord & Christopher Miller Bring Miles Morales To Big Screen In Spectacular Style
With Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, their latest animated outing, producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller took a big swing, experimenting with bold formal choices to meet great power with great responsibility. The big screen debut of Miles Morales—an Afro-Latino teenager who dons the spidey suit, within a Marvel multiverse—Spider-Man would feature an unprecedented visual presentation befitting a truly groundbreaking character. Created in 2011 by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli—and soon amassing a major fan following—Morales comes into his own in the fast-paced origin story, swinging through poignant family moments, rampant meta comedy, and various dimensions, coming face to face with a number of Spider-Men and Women, while combatting a dire threat to humanity.

An endlessly innovative duo, Lord and Miller have always sought to raise the creative bar, demonstrating that there are few limitations to what is possible, when imagination is in no short supply.
See full article at Deadline »

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Directors on Hidden Stan Lee Cameos & Miles Morales’ “Radioactive Puberty”

If you think the world already has enough Spider-Men, you might not be ready for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Part coming-of-age tale, part psychedelic acid trip, and all a love letter to the comic book medium, Sony's animated Marvel movie—written by Phil Lord and directed by Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman, and Peter Ramsey—follows Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a Brooklynite on the cusp of a bite from the same radioactive arachnid that turned Peter Parker into Spider-Man. As Miles still juggles newfound powers with the trials of being an awkward teen, Wilson …
See full article at Collider.com »

Review: Spider-man: Into The Spider-verse is The Best Spider-Man Film That Has Been Made

This weekend I managed to catch an early screening of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. This is a film that I’ve been extremely excited about seeing. I’m a huge Spider-Man fan and have been since I was a kid. I had super high expectations for this movie because everything that I’ve seen in the trailer has been incredible.

Well, I’m here to tell you that the hype is real. This movie does not disappoint. In fact, it exceeded my expectations! Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is easily one of the best films of the year. Not only that, but in my opinion it’s the best Spider-Man film that has been made!

Into The Spider-Verse is just as good if not better than most of the films that Marvel Studios has delivered! Sony Pictures actually managed to make one hell of a great Spider-Man movie! I have no
See full article at GeekTyrant »

Next 3 Marvel Studios Movies: 'Captain Marvel,' 'Avengers: Endgame,' 'Spider-Man: Far From Home'

  • Fandango
The chilly month of December has warmed up nicely, thanks to superheroes. The animated adventure Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (above), opening in theaters this coming Friday, December 14, has already received rave reviews. Advance word on Aquaman, opening in theaters the following Friday, December 21, has also been very positive. To further stoke the excitement, Marvel Studios released two new trailers last week, with a third tipped for wide release soon. Let's look a bit closer at...

Read More

Read Comments
See full article at Fandango »

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Is the Only Comic-Book Movie You’ll Ever Need

‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ Is the Only Comic-Book Movie You’ll Ever Need
Anyone who’s ever cut their teeth on superhero comic-books — whether as a casual prepubescent collector or someone whose reader alter-ego skews a little closer to this — has almost assuredly gone through a Spider-Man phase. Maybe you prefer the Ditko-to-Romitas (Sr. and Jr.) era, or when he changed his suit to all black (long story); it’s possible that you pine for the days of Todd McFarlane’s Amazing run or skew toward the Ultimate reboots. You may even own several mint-condition copies of Web of Spider-Man No. 1, safely tucked away in their mylar bags.
See full article at Rolling Stone »

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review #2: Entertaining Yet Visually Exhausting

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review #2: Entertaining Yet Visually Exhausting
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a stunningly creative, multicultural, animated adventure. The story of Peter Parker has been told and retold. Now the kid from Queens shares the spotlight with a kid from Brooklyn; along with several awesome web-slinging characters. The transformation of Miles Morales into Spider-Man is an all encompassing emotional journey. Your spider-sense will tingle with laughter, excitement, and a tinge of sadness.

Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) has everyday teenage problems. He's starting a new school, painfully awkward with girls, and is constantly embarrassed by his police officer father (Brian Tyree Henry). Miles is a graffiti artist. His artistic endeavors aren't understood by his parents, but encouraged by his somewhat shady uncle (Mahershala Ali). A fateful night playing hooky from his school dorm changes his life forever.

Unexplained seismic events rattle New York City. Miles' body starts exhibiting incredible powers. He's mystified by what's happening. His search for answers leads to an older,
See full article at MovieWeb »

'Ralph Breaks The Internet' stays top of UK box office as 'Spider-Verse', 'Mortal Engines' gear up

No new openers in the top five this week.

Today’s Gbp to Usd conversion rate: 1.27.

Rank Film (Distributor) Three-day gross (Dec 7-Dec 9) Total gross to date Week 1 Ralph Breaks The Internet (Disney) £2.5m £7.4m 2 2 The Grinch (Universal) £2m £19.5m 5 3 Creed II (Warner Bros) £1.7m £6m 2 4 Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald (Warner Bros) £1.5m £29.3m 4 5. Bohemian Rhapsody (20th Century Fox) £973,627 £44m 7 Disney

Ralph Breaks The Internet stayed top of the chart after a tepid weekend at the UK box office. The film dropped 38% on its previous session, adding £2.5m for £7.4m to date. The film should have a long tail over the Christmas holiday.
See full article at ScreenDaily »

Film News: Chicago Film Critics Best Film of 2018 is ‘Roma’

Chicago – The personal, emotional essence of Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” – a memory film set in the Mexico City neighborhood in the early 1970s – took home the Best Picture honor at the 2018 Chicago Film Critics Association annual dinner. “Roma” also was honored as Best Foreign Film, Director, Cinematography and Editing.

Other major awards included the Best Supporting Actress for Olivia Coleman in “The Favourite,” as the insecure Queen Anne caught between two ladies in waiting. Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed” had Ethan Hawke taking Best Actor honors as a guilt-plagued preacher. Toni Collette, as a horrified mother in a collapsing family dynamic, was Best Actress for “Hereditary,” and Richard E. Grant was honored as Best Supporting Actor for “Can You Ever Forgive Me?” as a partner in crime.

Roma’ is the Cfca Best Picture

Photo credit: Netflix

Other honors bestowed were Best Animated Feature for “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” and the
See full article at HollywoodChicago.com »

Los Angeles Film Critics Awards 2018: Best prediction scores by our Experts, Editors and Users

Congratulations to our User Monito for a great score of 62.50% when predicting the 2018 Los Angeles Film Critics Awards winners on Sunday. He is actually tied with eight other people —thethirdcrouch, kobi, Ivan Zolotukhin, John Ruhl, katem0373, AA Giang, Austin Bach and The Cool Guy — but has the better point score total of 14,385 by using the 500 super bets wisely.

Over 900 people worldwide predicted these Lafca film winners in eight categories for the awards announcement. Our top scorer had the following five right: “Roma” (Best Picture), Olivia Colman for “The Favourite” (Best Actress), Ethan Hawke for “First Reformed (Best Actor), Regina King for “If Beale Street Could Talk” (Best Supporting Actress) and “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Best Animated Feature).

SEELos Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2018: Full list of winners at Lafca

You can see how your score compares to all others in our leaderboard rankings of all contestants, which also includes
See full article at Gold Derby »

'Roma' wins La Film Critics best feature prize

'Roma' wins La Film Critics best feature prize
Debra Granik named best director for Leave No Trace.

Another good day in awards season for Alfonso Cuaron saw the Mexican auteur’s Roma named best picture by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association (Lafca) on Sunday (9), while the man himself claimed the cinematography prize, and came runner-up in the director and editor categories.

Debra Granik won best director for Leave No Trace whose star Ben Foster was runner-up in the lead actor contest, won by Ethan Hawke for First Reformed. Olivia Colman was named best lead actress for The Favourite, while Regina King won best supporting actress for If Beale Street Could Talk.
See full article at ScreenDaily »

2018 Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. Awards: ‘Roma’ wins Best Picture, Ethan Hawke and Olivia Colman take top acting awards

For only the 13th time in its 44-year history, the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. (Lafca) agreed with their New York counterparts when it named “Roma” as the Best Picture of the Year on Sunday. While Alfonso Cuaron won Best Cinematography for his intimate memoir, he had to settle for runner-up status in two other races. He lost Best Director to Debra Granik (“Leave No Trace”) and Best Film Editing (along with Adam Gough) to “Minding the Gap” cutters Joshua Altman and Bing Liu. In turn, Altman lost the Best Documentary award to “Shirkers.”

After a prolonged debate about category placement, this group of journos awarded Olivia Colman the Best Actress award for her portrayal of Queen Anne in “The Favourite.” Just hours before, their Chicago counterparts had bumped her down to supporting.

The L.A. crowd promoted her to the lead race and relegated the Chicago choice for Best Actress,
See full article at Gold Derby »

‘Aquaman’ Dives Into China With $94M; Best-Ever WB, DC & December Bow – International Box Office

  • Deadline
Sunday Update, writethru…: The tide was with Warner Bros/DC’s Aquaman this weekend in China where the James Wan-directed pic splashed out on a huge $93.6M (Rmb 644.8M) opening. This is the biggest Middle Kingdom launch frame ever for WB, surpassing Ready Player One by 66%, and the best ever for the month of December. As we noted on Saturday, it is also the top bow for a DC title in the market, coming in 92% above Justice League, 78% over Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, and exceeding the lifetime of Wonder Woman in just three days.

Playing on 33,000 3D screens, Jason Momoa’s Arthur Curry/Aquaman had the 4th biggest opening weekend for a superhero movie in China, behind Venom which bared its fangs last month and whose stellar run has been extended. That Sony film crossed $850M worldwide this session and now has $268M in China.

See full article at Deadline »

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Plot Details Emerge After Trailer Debuts at Ccxp

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Plot Details Emerge After Trailer Debuts at Ccxp
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home was expected to arrive online over the weekend, but Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures decided to hold off until a bit later, maybe sometime this week before Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse hits theaters. However, the first trailer still played down in Brazil’s Ccxp comic convention, so details […]

The post ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Plot Details Emerge After Trailer Debuts at Ccxp appeared first on /Film.
See full article at Slash Film »

‘Roma’ Is the Year’s Best Film, Say Los Angeles Film Critics

The Los Angeles Film Critics Association has named “Roma,” Alfonso Cuaron’s elegant Spanish-language drama drawn from events in his childhood, the best film of 2018. Lee Chang-dong’s quietly gripping Korean-language film “Burning” was named runner-up.

Roma” also won the top prize from the New York Film Critics Circle, marking the 13th time that the two top regional critics’ groups have agreed in the 45 years that they’ve both been handing out awards.

The two groups have both honored four films that have gone on to win the Oscar for Best Picture and nine that have not won the Oscar, including “Boyhood” and “The Social Network” in the last decade.

Also Read: 'Roma' Film Review: Alfonso Cuarón's Intimate Epic Proves Less Is More

This year is the fourth time the L.A. critics have named a foreign-language film the year’s best, after “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
See full article at The Wrap »

‘Roma’ Named Best Film of 2018 by L.A. Film Critics Association

  • Variety
‘Roma’ Named Best Film of 2018 by L.A. Film Critics Association
Members of the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. met today to vote on the year’s best cinema accomplishments. Recent winners of the group’s top prize include “Call Me by Your Name,” “Moonlight,” “Spotlight,” “Boyhood,” “Her”/”Gravity” and “Amour.”

List of winners below.

Best Film: “Roma” (Runner-up: “Burning”)

Best Director: Debra Granik, “Leave No Trace”(Runner-up: Alfonso Cuaron, “Roma”)

Best Actor: Ethan Hawke, “First Reformed

Best Actress: Olivia Colman, “The Favourite

Best Supporting Actor: Steven Yeun, “Burning

Best Supporting Actress: Regina King, “If Beale Street Could Talk”

Best Screenplay: Nicole Holofcener, Jeff Whitty, “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”

Best Animated Film: “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” (Runner-up: “Incredibles 2”)

Best Foreign Language Film: “Burning” and “Shoplifters” (Tie)

Best Documentary: “Shirkers” (Runner-up: “Minding the Gap”)

Best Cinematography: Alfonso Cuarón,”Roma”

Best Editing: Joshua Altman and Bing Liu, “Minding the Gap

Best Music/Score: Nicholas Britell,”If Beale Street Could Talk”

Best Production Design: Hannah Beachler,
See full article at Variety »

Lafca 2018 Winners: ‘Roma’ Takes Best Picture, Debra Granik Named Best Director

Lafca 2018 Winners: ‘Roma’ Takes Best Picture, Debra Granik Named Best Director
Following the Golden Globe nominations last week, the 2018-19 awards season continues today in a big way with the announcement of the 2018 Los Angeles Film Critics Association winners. Lafca, as the group is known, is set to honor the year in film by awarding prizes to the best performances and features of 2018.

Lafca’s east coast counterpart, the New York Film Critics Circle (Nyfcc), announced its winners on November 29, with Alfonso Cuarón’s “Roma” winning three prizes: Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography. The drama is expected to have another strong showing with Lafca, although the group is known to make surprising choices every now and then.

Recent Lafca winners for Best Film include “Call Me By Your Name,” “Moonlight,” “Spotlight,” “Boyhood,” and “Her.” All of these films went on to earn Oscar nominations for Best Picture, with “Moonlight” and “Spotlight” winning the top honor. Last year’s Lafca
See full article at Indiewire »

Tobey Maguire was considered for Peter Parker role in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse co-director Rodney Rothman has revealed that Tobey Maguire – the star of Sam Raimi’s blockbuster Spider-Man trilogy – was considered for the role of the mid-life Peter Parker in Sony’s acclaimed animated feature.

“There were many thoughts about where we could put Tobey Maguire and others,” said Rothman. “I think after this film, those thoughts might have a little more traction. But before this movie, and introducing the idea of the Spider-Verse to the audience, I think everybody was afraid that it would just really confuse people. But wow, it would have been fun.”

The role of Peter Parker ultimately went to Jake Johnson for Into the Spider-Verse, but with the multiverse concept now established and a sequel to the movie in the works, it certainly wouldn’t be a surprise if the follow-up featured cameo appearances from former Spideys such as Maguire or even Andrew Garfield
See full article at Flickeringmyth »
An error has occured. Please try again.

See also

Showtimes | External Sites

Recently Viewed