Like the song says, Spider-Man can do whatever a spider can: spin a web any size, catch a thief just like flies, make himself invisible to the naked eye. The original friendly neighborhood Spider-Man only felt invisible whenever he had to move through the world as his dorky alter ego, Peter Parker. Young Miles (voiced by Shameik Moore) discovers his great new power in this exclusive clip from the acclaimed animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which just nabbed a Golden Globe nomination.
From the shocking omissions ("A Quiet Place," Hugh Jackman, Ryan Gosling) to the jaw-dropping additions (John C. Reilly, "Bodyguard," "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse"), we go deep inside today's announcements.
Spider-Man’s web of movies is about to grow. Sony Pictures is already developing a sequel and spinoffs to its upcoming animated film, “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” sources said. The news comes more than two weeks before “Into the Spider-Verse” hits theaters. Though the latest Spidey project launches on Dec. 14, the studio is moving ahead […]
As the symbiotic anti-hero hits theaters, we break down the big Easter eggs and explain how a potential "Venom 2" is all set up.
Multiple spider-heroes unite in the latest trailer for the animated "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."
The new incarnation of "Spider-Man" will be quite different from what audiences have seen before. The actor who will be voicing the animated version, New Girl alumnus Jake Johnson, joined Yahoo Entertainment at San Diego Comic-Con to discuss his middle-aged Peter.