The previous year, low-budget horror director James Gunn had made reboot proved to be Victor von Doomed, it didn't matter.
The new terms had been set: If you needed to breathe life into old IP, you looked for a talented (and presumably cheap) indie director.
As you saw in last night’s trailer, there’s even more of Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man.
Spider-Man may be a friendly neighborhood hero, but fans started thinking the Queens native may also have some slick moves earlier today.
The singer-slash-actress does not actually mention the dating rumor aside from her retweet, but she still manages to shade it. Your idea of a romantic getaway is enough to woo any girl.
But, on another note, let's give Zendaya a vacation - yeah? The press tour for Spider-Man: Homecoming traveled around the world as the cast visited countries like Brazil and South Korea.
, dino-stomped the box office (though he did), or that he had proven to be a wunderkind talented beyond his IMDB page; it was that he was the third indie director in the past year to steer a stale or strange franchise to success.
And now, with tomorrow's release of , the most rapidly rebooted franchise of them all will try to find a spark with an unproven indie director of its own.
Jon Watts, a 36-year-old director who got the gig based on his 2015 Sundance thriller , is at the helm of the 5 million blockbuster.
While the organization has been around in Marvel Comics since 1988, Tony Stark's comic book equivalent originally shared Damage Control with Wilson Fisk, otherwise known as the Kingpin.
Unfortunately, Daredevil's archenemy is nowhere to be seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming.