9/20/16 Marvel News Mash-Up (Spider-Man Homecoming Villain, Captain Marvel, Doctor Strange, ETC.)

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Chris Hemsworth And Tom Hiddleston Visit Children’s Hospital

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Looks like Thor and Loki have put aside their difference to bring some happiness into the lives of some of the children residing at Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital in Brisbane Australia.

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While taking a break from filming “Thor Ragnarok”, Chris Hemsworth, who plays Thor, and Tom Hiddleston, who plays Loki, may not have been in their full costumes but they still displayed a more of a causal appearance of Thor and Loki. They also brought along Mlojnir with them too to find out if there were any who were worthy to lift the hammer.

Source: Juiced TV

Tom Holland In Spider-Man Costume Also Visits A Children’s Hospital

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Another super guy doing super things for super kids. Tom Holland paid a visit to Egleston Children’s Hospital in Atlanta to brighten up some children’s day.

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Holland went all out and donned his famous Spider-Man costume and made a lot of kids and adults very happy to spend some time with the worlds most famous web-slinger.

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Kudos to Tom Holland, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. Keep up the great work guys!

Source: TomHolland2013, 9GAG

Our First Look At Spider-Man’s Newest Villain, “The Shocker” In “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

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This could be our first look at actor Bokeem Woodbine as the newest villain that Spider-Man will face off against in the upcoming movie, “Spider-Man: Homecoming”.

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It sounds like The Vulture, played by Michael Keaton, will be the main villain but it looks like we will see Spidey going up against several villains in the movie.  I always worry about multiple villains in superhero movies ever since the disastrous Batman and Robin movie. Spider-Man 3 had Sandman, Venom and a Green Goblin wannabe.  Amazing Spider-Man 2 had Electro, Rhino and another Green Goblin wannabe. If history has shown us anything, too many villains means too many plot lines, which makes the story just inflated and overloaded. A lot of times more is less. Let’s hope they get Spider-Man right this time.

Source: About Tom Holland

Stunning Fan Art of What Brie Larson Will Could Like As “Captain Marvel”

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We still have a very long wait until we get to see “Captain Marvel” on the big screen but one artist has put together what we can only hope Marvel and their costume designers will mirror because in my eyes, this is perfection.

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Above is a version of “Captain Marvel” in mask and mohawk.

Source: BossLogic

First Look At “Ghost Rider” In “Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.”tumblr_inline_ode9hgbzty1tdxckh_1280

I never saw this coming and I’m not really sure if this is a good idea or not but we’ll see as “Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” returns on September 20th adding and the legendary superhero “Ghost Rider” to the cast. This time around we will not see the Johnny Blaze version of The Ghost Rider, that has been seen in two not very successful solo movies, but Robbie Reyes, played by Gabriel Luna, will take over the mantel trading in his motorcycle for a 1969 Dodge Charger.

Source: Yahoo TV

The Final Poster For Marvel’s “Doctor Strange”

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Check out this beautiful poster of Benedict Cumberbatch as “Doctor Strange” as he travels through dimensions all throughout the world. This movie keeps getting closer and closer every day and before you know it, November 4th will be here!

Nice Closeup Of Spidey’s Web-shooters In “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

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Atlanta Filming got a beautiful closeup of Spidey’s web-shooters that he will be using in “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. I still wonder if all of those black sections were added to his suit for a reason. Maybe they connect the web cartridges from his belt to his web shooters. They do look pretty slick!

Source: Atlanta Filming

Fan Art Shows How Spider-Man’s “Civil War” Costume Would Look Like In The Comic Book

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Every day my love for Spidey’s “Civil War” costume grows and grows and this art work from jaopickstart just adds to it. What this artist did was pay homage to Amazing Spider-Man #546 using Spidey’s new MCU costume.

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This costume will also be shown in “Spider-Man Homecoming”.

Source: Jaopickstart @ Deviantart

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  • Obviously it’s impossible to fully judge a movie based solely on vague casting reports. Hell, we may not even get a good sense of what Spider-Man: Homecoming will be like until the the first trailer comes out. Still, taking into account how the previous Spider-Man movies with three villains turned out, it’s not unreasonable to be concerned. Who knows, considering how many casting reports have come out for this movie in the last month alone, there could even be a fourth villain added to the mix. It’s already been made clear that Spider-Man: Homecoming will feel different from the previous entries, like through its coming-of-age tone and added humor. Maybe director Jon Watts and writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein have a better handle on juggling multiple antagonists. If Michael Keaton, Logan Marshall-Green and Bokeem Woodbine are indeed playing three established Spidey rogues, let’s hope this latest feature does a better job of adapting and balancing their roles than its predecessors did.

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