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This third film in the "Homecoming" trilogy, Spider-Man: No Way Home, will wrap up a trilogy of films that began with 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, and continued with 2019's Spider-Man: Far From Home, but it won't be the last we see of Tom Holland's Spider-Man. Not by a long shot.

With tickets now on sale for Spider-Man: No Way Home (in theaters December 17), Fandango spoke with producer Amy Pascal, who was not only an integral part of the earlier Spider-Man film franchises starring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, but she was also a key figure in negotiating the game-changing collaboration between Sony Pictures, which owns the film rights for Spider-Man, and Marvel Studios, which makes films and TV shows for Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe. Pascal was quick to confirm that Sony will continue to collaborate with Marvel Studios on Spider-Man movies, and those movies will indeed star Tom Holland.

"This is not the last movie that we are going to make with Marvel – [this is not] the last Spider-Man movie," Pascal revealed. "We are getting ready to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel. We're thinking of this as three films, and now we're going to go onto the next three. This is not the last of our MCU movies."


Sony Pictures Animation released the first teaser for Spider-Man: Across The SpiderVerse (Part One), coming exclusively to cinemas October 2022.


WB/HBO Max released the first trailer for Peacemaker, premiering exclusively on HBO Max January 13th.


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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton has entered into an exclusive multi-year overall deal with Disney companies Marvel Studios and Hulu’s Onyx Collective. The filmmaker is already in development with Marvel Studios on a new MCU series for Disney+.

At the same time, Disney has made it official that Cretton is returning to write and direct the previously rumored sequel to Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.

Under the big new overall deal, Cretton will develop TV projects for both Marvel Studios for Disney+ and Onyx Collective across all platforms, including Hulu.



Big changes are coming to Ghost Rider for his upcoming 50th anniversary, and one of the most notable is the fact that Johnny Blaze, the original Brimstone Avenger, will no longer be in control of his hellish transformations.

"There's a lot I can't tell you actually, and that's central to the trouble Ghost Rider faces," writer Benjamin Percy, who will pen Marvel Comics' new Ghost Rider series releasing in February, told CBR. "This first issue is an oversized 40 pages and you'll know instantly that you're reading not just a horror book, but a mystery. Horror and mystery rely on you not knowing what's coming. So… Stay tuned, and assume that nothing is as it seems. But here's a small tease: Johnny Blaze no longer has control over the Spirit of Vengeance, and when possessed, he has no memory of what's transpired. This will all be contextualized -- but Ghost Rider is far more of a curse and terrifying presence because of it."

Since his debut in Marvel Spotlight, Johnny Blaze has largely been in control of his actions when morphing into Ghost Rider. This has also been the case with the other avatars of the Marvel universe's various Spirits of Vengeance who have followed him, including Danny Ketch, the Ghost Rider of the '90s, and Robbie Reyes, the current Ghost Rider. Blaze, who would go on to take Mephisto's vacated throne and become the king of hell in 2018's Damnation: Johnny Blaze, will be missing at the start of Percy's Ghost Rider #1 -- and his untimely departure may tie into his new inability to control his powers.

Written by Percy and illustrated by Cory Smith, Ghost Rider #1 goes on sale in February from Marvel Comics.


Tom Taylor on Twitter

"I'm excited to announce that I have signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics.

I can't wait to share everything we have planned for the future (you'll see).

Up, up and away."


As the writer of titles such as Robin, Deathstroke Inc., Infinite Frontier, Justice League Incarnate and now Batman, it’s clear that Joshua Williamson has an incredible passion for DC and its characters. Beginning in March, the fan-favorite writer is bringing fans Shadow War, a three-month crossover event where the worlds of Batman, Robin (Damian Wayne) and Deathstroke collide in an event that will have major ramifications in the DC Universe!

The action begins on March 29, with Shadow War Alpha #1, written by Williamson, with art by Viktor Bogdanovic (Detective Comics). Slade Wilson commits an unthinkable act, and Talia al Ghul, the Daughter of the Demon, is out for blood! The League of Shadows is out to murder Deathstroke and destroy Deathstroke Inc., and it’s up to Batman and Robin to track Slade down and bring him to justice, but do they?

Eager fans will have two chances to get a glimpse into the events unfolding in Shadow War before Shadow War Alpha #1 arrives in comic book stores. On March 22, Robin #12, also written by Williamson with art by Roger Cruz, features a changed Damian Wayne returning to Gotham after the end of the Lazarus Tournament, only to have one more opponent to battle to the death: Damian Wayne!

Issue #7 of Deathstroke Inc. also arrives in stores on March 22, written by Williamson with art by Stephen Segovia. This issue spotlights a guest appearance by Slade’s daughter Rose Wilson, a.k.a. Ravager in father-daughter face off! Ravager wants to know why Deathstroke has proclaimed himself “King of the Super-Villains,” and she’s brought the mysterious character Respawn with her to find out! This is the issue where past secrets are exposed, resulting in a cliffhanger that leads directly into Shadow War!


On January 19, Cindy Moon returns as the web-spinning Spider-Hero SILK in an all-new, all-star series!

As Silk gains popularity in the public eye, Cindy is questioning her place in the world. But existentialism will have to wait when a powerful new villain is turned loose! In a race against the clock, Silk discovers the dangers of ancient Korean magic—and social media...

Don't miss the comics debut of stunning storyteller Emily Kim and the return of legendary comic artist Takeshi Miyazawa in SILK #1!


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