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When You Can Expect To See Reviews of SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
19 June 2017, 12:23 | Israel Caldwell
While releasing reviews early before the film's domestic debut is typical for Marvel in the past, the timing of Spider-Man's review release has an interesting new wrinkle: unlike other Marvel Studios releases, Spider-Man: Homecoming does not have an worldwide release a week in advance, so (unlike with other releases), reviews being released so early is not necessary. The announcement by Pascal has a bit of a "never say never" air to it, but if this does come to fruition, comic fans will get the best of both worlds with this Spider-Man adaptation. The film will be released in October 2018 and is set to start shooting in September from a script by Jeff Pinkner, who co-wrote The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
"It will all take place in the world we are now creating for Peter Parker. There's always a chance".
Kevin Feige also recently confirmed that Spider-Man: Homecoming is a Sony movie with Marvel Studios creatively producing the film, and Tom Holland also confirmed there will be two more Marvel Spider-Man films. But before that moment, he looks a little on edge, perhaps not entirely sure what Amy Pascal is talking about. The film is set for release on July 5th in the United Kingdom and July 7th in the States. And since Spider-Man, Venom, and now Black Cat and Silver Sable are owned by Sony, it'll be fun to possibly see them interact at some point when crossing paths.
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Deep into injury time , Livermore lofted a ball over the top of Scotland's defence for captain Kane to finish off and keep England three points clear of Slovenia atop Group F.
Alternately, Sony may be looking to build a completely different kind of Spider-Man universe with rumors of some kind of all-female team being put together that would feature Silver Sable, Black Cat, Spider-Man Woman, Stunner, Jackpot and Dusk.
Anyway, details on the Spider-Man spin-off Marvel universe will likely become more clear once Venom heads into production, but for now, we'll just have to see how this all plays out.
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