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    Default 'Spider-Man' Sequel Filming Start Date Revealed; Jon Watts Confirmed To Return

    Spider-Man: Homecoming fans patiently waiting for updates on the upcoming sequel to Peter Parker's first solo Marvel Cinematic Universe entry now have a significant bit of information to get excited about. Thanks to a new report, we now have an idea of when shooting on the film begins.

    According to Omega Underground, filming for the yet-untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel is set to begin in June in Atlanta with a wrap date sometime in the fall/winter of 2018 -- likely between October and December. The film is likely to see the return of director John Watts as well as screen writers Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna and is presently slated for release on July 5, 2019.

    While no details on the film have been released, the film is expected to be the first installment of the MCU's Phase Four following the Avengers 4 film out in May 2019. With the recently released Avengers: Infinity War trailer showing the arrival of Thanos with the Infinity Gauntlet and Avengers 4 said to be an end of the beginning of sorts for the MCU as we know it—possibly even with the deaths of some current characters—the Spider-Man sequel will likely somewhat deal with the Avengers 4 aftermath for Tom Holland's Peter Parker.

    This new shooting schedule information also lines up with other Sony Marvel projects. Venom, with Tom Hardy in the title role, is expected to finish shooting in February while Gina Prince-Bythewood's Silver & Black is set to begin filming after that. Venom is expected in theaters October 5, 2018 with Silver & Black expected February 8, 2019.
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    It's good to get some director consistency going with the new Spider-Man even if I'm not 100% on Watts' take on Peter Parker/Spider-Man .

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    Noooo.... Wasn't it enough for him to undermine Peter's powers, intelligence, and unique personality (in favor of a pretty much cliche, cookie-cutter 'innocent teen' stereotype) in the first movie? Why can't the Russos do a Spider-Man movie instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackspidey2099 View Post
    Noooo.... Wasn't it enough for him to undermine Peter's powers, intelligence, and unique personality (in favor of a pretty much cliche, cookie-cutter 'innocent teen' stereotype) in the first movie? Why can't the Russos do a Spider-Man movie instead?
    I think the Russo's are probably going to feel burnt out after finishing The Avengers movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    I think the Russo's are probably going to feel burnt out after finishing The Avengers movies.
    Yeah, fair enough, I guess. Doesn't change the fact that the were getting another movie from the worst Spider-Man director to date, though.

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    Jon Watts did arguably the best superhero film of the year, that glowing Rotten Tomatoes score wasn't gratuitous. Yes, Wonder Woman is THE film of the year for its cultural relevance and representation, but both him, Taika and James carved masterpieces as far as I'm concerned. I feel like the action scenes are made to play Spidey as a rookie hero by design. I expect a lot of that to be upgraded with Spider-Man 2 and I couldn't be more stoked. Jon Watts is the right guy for this and the reason why this film is so much beloved. Yes, Tom Holland is hands down the best Spider-Man ever put to the screen; but not only him shines in this film, pretty much everyone does. And I can't wait to see what he brings us next.
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    First movie was alright as long as they learn from the complaints in the first movie. It will be fine. Just make sure he shows his spider sense a lot of people rage about it. I hope kraven can be the villain

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    more new villains. More high school. More aunt may.
    more power stunts. More Karen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ijacksparrow View Post
    Jon Watts did arguably the best superhero film of the year, that glowing Rotten Tomatoes score wasn't gratuitous. Yes, Wonder Woman is THE film of the year for its cultural relevance and representation, but both him, Taika and James carved masterpieces as far as I'm concerned. I feel like the action scenes are made to play Spidey as a rookie hero by design. I expect a lot of that to be upgraded with Spider-Man 2 and I couldn't be more stoked. Jon Watts is the right guy for this and the reason why this film is so much beloved. Yes, Tom Holland is hands down the best Spider-Man ever put to the screen; but not only him shines in this film, pretty much everyone does. And I can't wait to see what he brings us next.
    It was a good movie but far from the best superhero of last year IMO even ignoring WW and just sticking to Marvel I think GOTG 2, Thor Ragnarok, and especially Fox's Logan were all better. It's not even the best Spider-Man movie IMO I think Raimi's Spider-Man (2002) and Spider-Man 2 were both better. The two shining spots though were Holland who I agree is the best all around Spider-Man and Keaton's Vulture.

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    he looks great in today trailer especially with his moment with the Doctor.

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    About time Marvel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frontier View Post
    It's always kind of amusing to see continuities where Hill and Fury are attached to the hip since the comic versions can hardly stand in the same room with each other .
    For some of us, that's the only version we know.

    If I recall correctly, there was a deleted Avengers scene showing Hill being debriefed by S.H.I.E.LD. and essentially blaming Fury and his Avenger Initiative project, sounding like it was going for a more comics-inspired interaction. On the other hand, there was also a deleted subplot of Hill having a secret assignment to spy on Fury for the Wold Security Council, although one ended with Hill turning her back on the assignment when Fury earned her total loyalty over the course of the film. In any event, this stuff must've been changed relatively early in filming; the junior novelization of The Avengers had bit where Fury notes that Hill and Phil Coulson are the only two people he would trust his life to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebLurker View Post
    For some of us, that's the only version we know.
    Still amusing .

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    So between this and Captain Marvel Samuel L. Fury will have valuable roles in two movies next year. I wonder how long will his role be in the movie that ends Phase 3.
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    Honestly I'm fine with the idea of spoilers:
    Aunt May dating again. I mean it's got to have been at least a few years since Uncle Ben's death and it's not fair to ask her to be a lonely single woman for the rest of her life if she doesn't have to. Especially since this version of May is younger than her 616 counterpart as well. Also more Happy Hogan is always good imo.

    As for Peter/Michelle, well it seemed obvious to me that she was interested in him in the last movie and just didn't want to openly admit it. So it's just a matter of him reciprocating, which might very well happen given that they've presumably spent far more time around each other since then.

    Mysterio starting out as more heroic, or at least pretending to be, is an interesting idea and the latter would kind of fit in with his whole "trickery/illusion" gimmick as well.
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