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Get ready for seven more years of Sony/Marvel content

For the longest time, it was easy to mock all of Sony's Marvel movies. The Amazing Spider-Man movies were passable at best and excessively bloated at worst. But after last year, Sony has been riding high with their Marvel adaptations. While...

 
 
 
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2018 Golden Cages- Best Animated Movie

Welcome one and all to Flixist's new end of the year awards program, the Golden Cages! With Hollywood becoming increasingly out of touch with what the people like, we at Flixist have taken it upon ourselves to deliver the fair, balance...

 
 
 
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Venom 2 confirmed by Sony, new director likely

Venom was a massive hit. Not with critics, and not with my older brother and I when we drunkenly watched it a few weeks ago. But certainly with mainstream audiences, who flocked to theaters to see Venom, providing Sony with a cool $855 mill...

 
 
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A night of actual surprises at the Golden Globes

Most years the awards season is pretty predictable. There's the one or two nominations that surprise folks but they never actually win. The frontrunners are the frontrunners because they win. Well, last night the Golden Globes actually...

 
 
 
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Spider-Man, Spider-Man. Does whatever box office hits can.

It was a huge weekend for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as the film debuted to the largest animated opening ever recorded in December with $35.4 million. That's clearly nothing to scoff at, and also means another win for Marvel propert...

 
 
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Review: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

The story of Spider-Man has been told a number of times through different mediums, but animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse may be the first Spidey movie to admit it. Not only does this movie own that fact, but it makes this the ...

 
 
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Sony is already eyeing Spider-Verse sequels and spinoffs

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse hasn't even released yet and Sony is already planning sequels and spinoffs for the animated feature. According to THR, Sony is already in the planning stages of two new Spider-Verse movies. O...

 
 
 
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Everything from NYCC, cosplay, and Bowsette

After a few days of recovery, it's time to wrap up our coverage of New York Comic-Con. Between all of the running around most of us did from the Javitz Center to Madison Square Garden for the big panels, the Flixist crew is pretty damned ti...

 
 
 
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Review: Venom

It is really easy to tear Venom apart. There are a myriad of issues with it from casting to screenplay to plotting to... well, everything. Superhero movies have come a long way in the past ten years, and Venom feels like...

 
 
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Ranking Sony's Spider-Man movies

If you're a fan of Spider-Man, it's been a pretty eventful year for you. There was the excellent Spider-Man on PS4, Dan Slott concluded his decade-long run for the character in comics, there's an upcoming animated Spider-Man ...

 
 
 
 
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Black Cat & Silver Sable movie split into two seperate films

The Disney-21st Century Fox merger is happening, and that means the rights to license Marvel superheroes for movies are in fewer hands than ever before. Asides from Disney/Fox, Sony is the only studio with access to film rights - and only t...

 
 
 
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Tom Holland blurts out another spoiler, we love him for it

Proving once again that he just can’t keep his mouth zipped, Tom Holland yesterday let the news slip that the upcoming Spiderman sequel will be titled Spiderman: Far From Home. In an Instagram vid where he suggested that there&rsquo...

 
 
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Phantom Menace is easily the worst sequel ever made

When I first began thinking about the worst sequel ever made, my mind actually instantly jumped to X-Men Origins: Wolverine. That movie was bad from head to toe for a litany of reasons that I was going to expand upon, but it's not a ba...

 
 
 
 
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Spider-Man sequel goes across the atlantic

Infinity War is nearly here, and don't you worry, it's good. But before that colossal superhero showdown hits theaters, you might be wondering how Spider-Man will fare in all of that chaos and destruction. If today's news is any indication,...

 
 
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First trailer for Venom doesn't give up the goods

When Sony announced they were still moving forward with some of their "Spider-Man Cinematic Universe" ideas before gently sitting under Marvel's Avengers umbrella, the most intriguing project to come out of this was Venom.  Starr...

 
 
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Venom teaser poster promises a very Hot Topic experience

Sony has just released a teaser poster for the upcoming Venom stand-alone flick, starring Tom Hardy, a man destined to be too good for this role. It's all dark and brooding and gun metal, just the sort of thing you'd expect a marketing...

 
 
 
 
 
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Robert Downey Jr. might be done with MCU after 'Infinity War'

Robert Downey Jr. is arguably the face of the Marvel Cinematic Universe - if not, he's definitely one of the major faces of the ever-expanding world. His initial turn as Tony Stark in 2008's Iron Man is what launched the mega-franchise, and...

 
 
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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man films have been through all sorts of ups and downs. What was once the biggest comic book property on film has since been the victim of studio craziness, failed attempts, and just an overall bad reception by the time The...

 
 
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Jon Watts most likely returning for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2

The sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming was green lit the second Marvel and Sony decided to team up and bring Spidey into the MCU. I mean there's just no way it isn't going to make money and then the sequel will make money too, so why not...

 
 
 
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Venom not a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: sad face

Venom, aka Tom Hardy wears a bodycon suit in Times Square for tips, will not be a part of Marvel's Cinematic Universe. That's according to to producer and President of Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige. According to Feige, "There is no plan for V...

 
 
 
 
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Tom Hardy likes cosplay, especially Venom.

Last we heard on the Venom movie front, Andrew Garfield was still the defacto Spider-Man, Spider-Man had not shown up in the Marvel cinematic universe, and Sony had not learned it was more lucrative to play nice with Marvel than hold their ...

 
 
 
 
 




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