July kicks off with the return of Spider-Man to the MCU with the critically acclaimed Spider-Man: Homecoming.
The final Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer focuses on Peter’s (Tom Holland) new Stark powered suit, that comes equipped with gadgets like a parachute and an embedded AI, and he’ll need all of them to take down the ruthless new villain, The Vulture (Michael Keaton)
Based on the first in a series of action/adventure books by the late Vince Flynn, Dylan O’Brien plays CIA agent Mitch Rapp, who joins forces with the deputy director and a cold war vet, played by Michael Keaton, to stop a series of seemingly random terrorist attacks around the globe.
Peter Parker (Tom Holland) faces off against Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) and his gang of high tech criminals in this summer’s first MCU backed Spider-Man movie, Homecoming.
A few more movies expand wide this week along with an apparent return to form from M. Night Shymalan and the return of Xander Cage for the third XXX movie.
After his scene stealing debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and facing off against the ruthless Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture (Michael Keaton) in next summer’s first MCU solo Spider-Man movie, Homecoming
Fox may be rebooting the X-Men universe, Ghost Rider may be getting a bigger role in the MCU, three bad ass martial arts superstars are teaming up, Robert Redford may be retiring from acting and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about the future of Spider-Man and the X-Men, the latest from Luc Besson, the new King Kong, Ghostbusters 2016, Doctor Strange (Spoilers!), the many attempts at Human Target and more.
Transformers 5 gets an official title, some major additions to Thor: Ragnorak, Michael Keaton closing in on being the villain of Spider-Man: Homecoming and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Michael Keaton plays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc, who conducted some arguably shady business tactics to get the rights the name and original location from the McDonald brothers (Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch) in The Founder.