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Where to watch every 'Spider-Man' movie before 'No Way Home' hits theaters

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in "Spider-Man: No Way Home."Matt Kennedy/Sony/Marvel Studios Unlike other Marvel titles, "Spider-Man" films aren't on Disney Plus.  Instead, the movies are split across streaming services, like Peacock and FX Now. A recent deal between Disney and Sony could bring the "Spider-Man" films to Disney Plus in 2022. Pea...
Tags: Reviews, TV, Movies, Entertainment, Disney, America, Trends, Tech, Netflix, Sony, Streaming, Sony Pictures, Andrew Garfield, Avengers, Tobey Maguire, Marvel Studios


The Essential Marvel Movies You Must Rewatch Before Spider-Man: No Way Home

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" feels like it's been a long time coming, at least by Marvel Cinematic Universe standards. The end of 2019's "Far From Home" left audiences with one heck of a cliffhanger, setting the stage for Tom Holland's biggest cinematic adventure as the beloved superhero to date. This movie has a whole lot going for it, with Doctor Strange along for the ride, the Marvel multiverse cracking wide open, and whatever surprises are in store we don't even know about yet.As such, it might...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx, Andrew Garfield, Garfield, Sandman, Tom Holland, Spidey, Peter Parker, Stephen Strange, Alfred Molina, MCU, Jon Watts, Green Goblin, Willem Dafoe, Thomas Haden Church


BBC Radio 1’s 30 lucky Christmas cover presenters announced

The line-up for BBC Radio 1’s Christmas Takeover 2021 has been revealed with 30 new DJs set to join the station over the festive period. From Boxing Day until New Year’s Day, the station will be giving all the presenters a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to broadcast their own show. Many of the presenters began their presenting journeys in student, local, community or hospital radio, including Angelle Joseph from BBC Radio Suffolk, Ifan Davies from BBC Radio Cymru, and Phoebe I-H from BBC Radi...
Tags: London, Radio, Leeds, Mitcham, BBC Radio, Phoebe, Wakefield, BBC Radio Scotland, Jack Miles, Station News, Bbc Radio 1, BBC Radio Cymru, Washington Radio, Bbc Radio Suffolk, Liam Daly, Emma Millen


New to VOD - DUNE

A young man discovers his true destiny amid a battle for a planet's resources. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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Don't Look Up Review: This Smug, Shrill Disaster Movie Satire Is Just A Disaster

Who is "Don't Look Up" for? Adam McKay stepped away from his unapologetically silly comedies with 2015's "The Big Short," a semi-serious investigation into the crisis surrounding the United States housing bubble. It was a new side to McKay, and while the film outfitted famous players in goofy wigs, the reception was positive, and the message was sound. McKay ventured further down this path with "Vice," his acidic biopic of Dick Cheney. The reaction to "Vice" was more mixed -- most critics tore i...
Tags: Reviews, Elon Musk, Hollywood, Movies, White House, Gop, United States, Meryl Streep, Evans, Kate, Donald Trump, Cate Blanchett, Dick Cheney, Jonah Hill, Chris Evans, Trump


The 15 Best Spider-Man Villains, Ranked

Merriam-Webster defines a rogues gallery as "a collection of pictures of persons arrested as criminals." Think "The Usual Suspects" poster. Think "Guardians of The Galaxy." Think, the many spectacular foes of Spider-Man. The web-headed wallcrawler has faced scores of bad guys since his inception in 1962, many of whom have captured audience's imaginations on both the page and silver screen. Especially the silver screen.Yes, there can be no doubt about it: The MCU and DCEU wouldn't have dominated ...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Movies, Instagram, Chad Kroeger, New York City, Time, Disney, Beck, San Francisco, Earth, Sony, Franco, James Franco, Kevin Bacon


Here's Where You Can Stream Or Buy Every Season Of Mr. Robot

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, "Hey, where can I watch this thing?")If there are any shows that prove both the immediate benefits and eventual disadvantages of something feeling "timely," then the long and winding journey of "Mr. Robot" would have to go right near the top of that list. The idea of a lone hacker teaming up with a rogue state to bring the top 1% down to their knees couldn't possibly have felt more cathartic than it did when "M...
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This Genius Invention Made 2001: A Space Odyssey's Most Complex Scene Possible

When "2001: A Space Odyssey" hit theaters in 1968, it was unlike anything audiences had seen before, and not everyone took kindly to it. According to The Hollywood Reporter, actor Rock Hudson was overheard grumbling "What is this bullsh*t?" before he ducked out of a screening in L.A., while in New York, around 250 people walked out of the premiere. The film eventually became a box office success, partially helped by a new poster campaign describing it as "The Ultimate Trip," aimed squarely at th...
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Here's The Latest Round Of Kevin Feige Giving Perfect Non-Answers To Pressing Marvel Questions

There are few people better at giving non-answers about upcoming projects than Marvel President Kevin Feige. (One standout is Dave Filoni, who's non-answers are so fun and lovely that, once I hear them, I no longer care what we were talking about to begin with.) Feige is a master of giving us all just enough hints without spoiling anything. As you may have read, Feige recently sort of suggested that Netflix Marvel star Charlie Cox could appear in the MCU. It would make sense, of course. Bring hi...
Tags: Television, Movies, News, Netflix, Young Avengers, Hawkeye, Nova, Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, Cox, Kevin, Challa, Kevin Feige, Wakanda, Chadwick, Jon Bernthal


The 20 Best Netflix Original Movies Of 2021 Ranked

Over the past few years, Netflix has slowly been building its reputation as a production company to take seriously during awards season. And since the pandemic took a bite out of theater attendance, the streaming service has taken every opportunity to further flesh out its already formidable slate of original content. In 2021, Netflix received an impressive 36 Academy Award nominations, the most of any distributor, and would go on to win seven of those (two for "Mank" and "Ma Rainey's Black Bott...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Montana, Massachusetts, India, New York City, Los Angeles, Earth, Netflix, Brooke Shields, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vogue, Stephen Sondheim, Amy Poehler, Broadway, New Zealand


The Boys Season 3 Reveals Blue Hawk, Another Superhero You'll Probably Love To Hate

It's the seventh day of the month, and that means it's time for another horrifyingly prescient mini-episode of the fake Vaught News Network show, "Seven on 7 With Cameron Coleman." This month, we got a sneak peek at a new patriotic supe we'll probably love to hate, a few hints at what Starlight (Erin Moriarty) and Hughie (Jack Quaid) have been up to since we last saw them, and a chilling attempt at a heartwarming monologue from Homelander (Antony Starr). Introducing Blue Hawk In one of the seg...
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Everything We Know About Netflix's Magic: The Gathering Series So Far

"Magic: The Gathering," the bestselling fantasy tabletop card game — and preferred hobby of over 35 million players including high school me and guys who like to do shrooms — is getting an animated TV series on Netflix. Over the years, the streaming platform has become home to several gloriously geeky movies and TV shows based on popular video games (like "Arcane" and "Castlevania"), so it was really only a matter of time until small screen adaptations of collectible card games were brought into...
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THE GRINCH Claims Second Week at Number 1 on the UK Home Entertainment Chart

The Grinch holds on tight to its place at Number 1 on the Official Film Chart. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
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How Hawkeye Finally Addresses The Darker Side Of Being A Superhero

"People don't want that cynical 'cool' thing anymore, they want sincerity. Not self-seriousness, but heart-on-your-sleeve sincerity."About midway through the second episode of "Hawkeye," titled "Hide and Seek," Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) and Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) are strolling through the streets of New York City and end up holding an impromptu debate that feels much bigger than a mere difference in opinion. On a surface level, the scene is ostensibly about Kate calling out Hawkeye's ...
Tags: Television, Movies, New York City, Marvel, Kate, Avengers, Hawkeye, Natasha, Clint, MCU, Rhys Thomas, Natasha Romanoff, Gamora, Ronin, Clint Barton, Florence Pugh


Star Wars: Hunters Gameplay Trailer: Let's Get Ready To Rumble

Good day, fellow "Star Wars" fans: not only is there a new trailer for an upcoming video game set within that galaxy far, far way, but it's a trailer that introduces several new characters to the franchise. And one of them is just two Jawas in a big trenchcoat! That is just one of the many bits of joy contained within the latest trailer for "Star Wars: Hunters," the upcoming free-to-play game coming next year. Let's take a look at the gameplay trailer, shall we? Star Wars: Hunters Gameplay Trail...
Tags: Apple, Movies, News, Zynga, Nintendo, Lucasfilm, Cool Stuff, Imperial, Jawa, Zaina, Grozz, Vespaara


Big Door Prize Has The Good Taste To Cast Chris O'Dowd As A Comedy Lead

Apple TV+ has cast the lead for its next comedy series, and it's none other than the great Chris O'Dowd. O'Dowd, who can be seen in everything from "The IT Crowd" to "Bridesmaids" to the Emmy-nominated "State of the Union," will be taking the lead role in a new series called "The Big Door Prize," Variety reports.Apple TV+ has a great track record with comedy series, and "The Big Door Prize" seems poised to follow in the good-natured footsteps of shows like "Ted Lasso" and "Schmigadoon!" The seri...
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Wendell & Wild Teaser: A New Stop-Motion Animation Movie From Henry Selick And Jordan Peele

Does the idea of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "Coraline" director Henry Selick joining forces with Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key sound exciting to you? If so, you're in luck! The three have a stop-motion animated horror-comedy titled "Wendell & Wild" coming to Netflix in 2022 — something the streamer is doing its part to remind everyone by dropping a second teaser online."Wendell & Wild" originated with a story written by Selick before Peele boarded the project as both a voice acto...
Tags: Movies, News, Neil Gaiman, Disney, Netflix, Trailers, Pixar, James, Coraline, Grimm, Peele, KAT, Giant Peach, Gaiman, Jordan Peele, Wendell


Official Trailer for Thriller 'The Translator' About a Syrian Translator

"So, Sami, where should I take you?" "Home." Launch Releasing has unveiled the new official US trailer for The Translator, a Syrian-French-Swiss-Belgian-Qatari co-production that first premiered at film festivals last year. It's opening in the US on VOD starting next February. A riveting thriller about an Arabic-English translator for the 2000 Olympics in Australia, who's forced into exile after a fateful mistranslation. He must return to Syria years later after his activist brother goes mis...
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Avatar Sequels Will Make Up An 'Epic Saga,' Producer Teases

After reclaiming its title as the highest-grossing movie in box office history following its re-release in China, the long-awaited sequel to James Cameron's "Avatar" is just a year away. The success of the 2009 release gave the immediate green light to four more movies and created a planned epic science-fiction pentalogy. It's taken over a decade for the second installment to arrive, but writer/director James Cameron and the rest of the creative team have been working hard not just on the sequel...
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Schedule changes for BBC Radio WM in the New Year

BBC Radio WM will be making some changes to its daytime and weekend schedules on January 4th 2022. Kathryn Stanczyszyn will present daytime Mondays to Thursdays 10am to 2pm, Letitia George will present weekend daytimes Friday to Sunday 10am to 2pm, and John Fox will now present the afternoon show from 2pm to 6pm on Fridays. Amber Sandhu will present a second evening show and will now be presenting Thursday to Friday 7pm to 10pm, whilst Caroline Martin will present a new Late show – Sundays to...
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First Teaser for Trippy New Anime Movie 'Bubble' Coming to Netflix

"You can hear it too?" "It's calling." Netflix has released an official teaser trailer for the new anime project Bubble, a new feature film from the "Death Note" and "Attack on Titan" filmmaker Tetsuro Araki. How's this for a wild concept: The story is set in Tokyo, after bubbles that broke the laws of gravity rained down upon the world. Cut off from the outside world, Tokyo has become a playground for a group of young people who have lost their families, acting as a battlefield for parkour ...
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Being The Ricardos Review: An Exhausting And Unfunny Look At One Of The Funniest People Ever

Some multi-hyphenate filmmakers become their own worst enemy because they end up being stronger directors than writers, or vice versa. And then some multi-hyphenate filmmakers shouldn't attempt to broaden their scope at all. To wit, Aaron Sorkin, who proved himself earlier in his career to be extremely gifted at capturing the rat-a-tat, rapid-fire pace of the world of media and politics, grafting urgency while depicting people speed-walking and talking through the halls of Washington, D.C. and N...
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Why That Major Hawkeye Episode 4 Cameo Is So Significant

(WARNING: Major spoilers for the fourth episode of "Hawkeye," obvs!)Although the reveal should not have come as much of a shock considering her casting was announced in the trades over a year ago, today's fourth episode of Marvel Studios' "Hawkeye" brought back everyone's favorite ex-Black Widow Yelena Belova, as played by the always amazing Florence Pugh ("Midsommar," "Little Women"). Titled "Partners, Am I Right?" this new installment of the Disney+ streaming series finds Clint Barton (Jeremy ...
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Snowpiercer Season 3 Trailer: The Earth Is Warming

A new trailer for the upcoming third season of the TNT series "Snowpiercer" is here and it's got a shocking revelation. In the vast snowy wasteland that is Earth, there is a light. The Earth, as Daveed Diggs' Layton tells us, is warming. If you haven't watched or need a refresher, here is the info for you:Set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, Snowpiercer centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a perpetually-moving train that circles the globe. Class wa...
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Did Hawkeye Episode 4 Hint That This Major Character Is Actually Mockingbird?

The Disney+ series "Hawkeye" has given fans a lot to chew on regarding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but episode four might have revealed the secret identity of a classic Marvel hero. In "Partners, Am I Right?," Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) goes out of his way to retrieve a Rolex watch stolen from the wreckage of the Avengers compound. The secrecy surrounding the watch and its owner could reveal something about the superhero known as Mockingbird to the MCU. While she previously ex...
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The 15 Best Clint Eastwood-Directed Movies, Ranked

Clint Eastwood is the rarest kind of writer-director: prolific. Stanley Kubrick, just two years Clint's elder, famously made Shelly Duval do so many takes on the set of "The Shining" she would break down in tears in the morning at the very thought of crying all day on Kubrick's repeated command. Eastwood, on the other hand, is famously an actor's director. He shoots scenes once, from the hip, calls cut, and gets out of dodge."I like to do whole sequences in one day ..." the director wrote in "Fi...
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Get Out, Eternal Sunshine, And The Social Network Top The WGA's 101 Greatest Screenplays Of The 21st Century (So Far)

Around this time every year, the Black List names its annual list of the best unproduced screenplays, but what about movies that have already been made? What are the greatest screenplays of the last two decades? That's the question at the heart of a new list compiled by the Writers Guild of America (WGA) West and East.The WGA has posted its list of the 101 greatest screenplays of the 21st century (so far), and there's a good chance that one or more of your favorite movies are on it. A quick look...
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NPR reviews 3 YA graphic novels

3 YA graphic novels that highlight the timelessness of teenage themes this autumn [Passport by Sophia Glock; Huda F Are You? by Huda Fahmy; Stars, Hide Your Fire by Kel McDonald and Jose Pimienta] Etelka Lehoczky December 7, 2021 https://www.npr.org/2021/12/07/1061750798/3-ya-graphic-novels-that-highlight-the-timelessness-of-teenage-themes-this-autum ...
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The Book Of Boba Fett Trailer: A Crime Lord Is Born

The new Disney+ Star Wars series, "The Book of Boba Fett," is almost here, and the folks at Disney have given us another tiny taste of what's to come with a new trailer called "The Return." The trailer highlights the return of former bounty hunter Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) to the city of Mos Eisley, once run by the notorious Jabba the Hutt. While his travels to Tatooine almost killed the younger Fett in "Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi," he is clearly now ready to rule the roost and become ...
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Coming Soon on Hulu: Season 2 of First-Time Buyer by the National Association of REALTORS®

NAR PULSE—Watch what happens when first-time buyers, guided by the expertise of a REALTOR®, search for their dream home in First-Time Buyer, streaming Dec. 25 on Hulu. Catch up on season one today and share with your agents! Encourage Your Agents to Enroll in the L.E.A.D. Courses Developed by top REALTOR® leaders exclusively for aspiring to seasoned REALTOR® leaders, the Building Blocks, Road Map, Vision and DEI courses equip participants with the practical skills, concepts, knowledge and pract...
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