It’s impossible to divorce Spiderman Homecoming from the circumstances of its creation. After Sam Raimi’s Spiderman 1&2 were excellent, 3 was merely okay and then the miserable Amazing Spiderman 1+2 came on to the scene, it was hard to deal with the fact that the world’s most popular superhero wasn’t going to be good on the silver screen again. Then, Sony and Marvel managed to come together just before Captain America: Civil War to bring the webslinger back to our screens as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, we get a Co-production, where Sony and Marvel have combined efforts to get Peter Parker back to come “home” with Marvel. The strain on the production to get everything under one umbrella shows. Spiderman Homecoming. It’s a little rushed, slightly scrappy, but it’s a good Spiderman film nonetheless.
We finally have some idea of what the plot for Spiderman homecoming will be, thanks to the new trailer. Let’s break it down.
Your first look at the Spiderman Homecoming trailer was last night, and since then it has spread all over the web.
In spite of leaks and hints ahead of time, Sony waited for the Capcom Cup to reach it’s final stages before showing off their latest trailer. Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite is here. Are you ready to see some of your favourite game characters beat the snot out of your favourite comic characters? Check it out below!
Sony finally unveil the highly anticipated sequel to one of the greatest games of the last generation. After many leaks and hints by developers and voice actors, See the future for Joel and Ellie below!
Sony’s Playstation Experience is going on this weekend so they’ve been knocking out trailers all day. They’ve weaponised your sony nostalgia for the 90’s. Crash Bandicoot, Parappa The Rapper and Wipeout are back!
The week starting September 25th has a whole host of FOX based comedies coming back, then the annualised games releases continue with Forza and FIFA. Some anticipated indie games like Clustertruck and Serial Cleaner give the scene a bit of Variety, whilst in Film, fictionalised biopics and weird comedy are there to round off the week.
Virginia begins by telling the player that the events of the game have been compiled from notes and case files to create the play they are about to experience. Like a play or film, the game lends itself to a variety of interpretations, a situation which the game wildly encourages. Virginia is one of the most blatant attempts by a developer to blend cinematic techniques and games conventions. To the credit of 505 Games and Variable State, they have definitely hit the mark.
This week we get so much TV, plenty of adventure games and some really weird movies. Check out your week in Pop Culture below!
Loads coming up this week, though a surprising amount of the games coming up are remasters & remakes. In terms of movies, the reign of Horror continues, as we get closer to October. Plus, as the autumn returns, so to do the TV shows.