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The daily podcast feed of all the Collider Video shows including the daily news show Collider Movie Talk, the weekend Mail Bag shows and the various weekly shows. All shows in 1 simple podcast feed. Enjoy!
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Collider Movie Talk - Spider-Man Homecoming Taking Place After Captain America: Civil War
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On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (May 4th, 2016) Kristian Harloff, Jon Schnepp and Clarke Wolfe discuss the following: -Spider-Man Homecoming to take place after Civil War -Universal dates third movie in their Monster Shared Universe -Michael Fassbender in talks to play serial killer in Entering Hades -Independence Day: Resurgence video recaps “The War of 1996 -Monsterpocalypse taps Evil Dead director Fede Alvarez -AMC Rewind -Who would play Goblin King in Labyrinth sequel? -Favorite heroic movie death of all time With Civil War arriving, finally, in U.S. theaters this week, the hype is real and critics and audiences everywhere are gushing about the superhero epic, with one noticeable stand out mentioned in every review: Spider-Man. Collider’s own Haleigh Foutch sat down with Marvel Head Honcho Kevin Feige to talk all things Civil War and Spider-Man. Feige already confirmed that Marvel would be in charge of the creative side of things with Spidey, with Sony handling distribution. But one thing fans were wondering was whether or not the stand alone Spider-Man would take place before or after Civil War. Speaking about it, Feige clarified that the stand alone would in fact take place after the events in Civil War, and would not rehash an origin story. According to The Wrap Universal Pictures will release the third film in their Monster Shared Universe on Feb. 15, 2019. The project, which remains untitled, will follow the June 2017 release of Tom Cruise‘s The Mummy and another mystery monster movie due in April 2018 rumored to be Johnny Depp‘s The Invisible Man. The Wrap speculates that the 2019 release could be either Bride of Frankenstein that once had Angelina Jolie circling, or a Wolfman movie. Broad Green Pictures announced yesterday that it has landed the rights to John Leake’s true crime novel Entering Hades and attached Michael Fassbender to produce and star as Jack Unterweger the Austrian serial killer who was also a celebrated journalist and best-selling author who spent his days investigating murders and his nights committing them. Unterweger was released from prison in 1990 and used as an example of rehabilitation, working as a journalist reporting on various crimes in Los Angeles. Little did the public know that as soon as Unterweger was released, he began killing again.