It Looks Like Marvel Has Their Spider-Man

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While Marvel has yet to confirm the rumor, Latino Review is reporting that veteran child actor, Asa Butterfield (Hugo, Ender's Game) will take up the web in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot.

In case you didn't know, Sony has made a deal with Marvel Studios to allow New York's resident web-slinger into the MCU, and subsequently The Avengers. The deal in place will bring Spidey into an upcoming Marvel movie (supposedly Captain America: Civil War) before getting a solo movie of his own, co-produced by Marvel and Sony in 2017. Unfortunately, the Andrew Garfield run as Peter Parker was canceled when this new deal was struck.

Marvel's going young, hiring the 18-year-old actor to play a High School aged Parker.

The Internet Finally Got Its Wish... Donald Glover is Playing Ultimate Spider-Man

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It's been four years since the internet decided that Community alum, Donald Glover, should play Spider-Man in the film reboot. Andrew Garfield inevitably won the role, but when Disney needed a voice to play the Ultimate Spider-Man, teen Miles Morales, they knew just where to turn.

So there it is, folks. Donald Glover is your new Spider-Man. Let's hope he's better than Garfield, but that shouldn't be too hard.

Columbia Announces Release Dates For Sinister Six, An Uncharted Movie, and Amazing Spider-Man 3 Gets Pushed Back

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With The Amazing Spider-Man 2 putting up mediocre box office numbers earlier this fall, fans were worried that their promised Sinister Six movie might not go through. Rest easy, Spidey fans, Columbia just announced that Sinister Six will happen earlier than expected: November 11, 2016.

In response to Spidey's waning numbers, Columbia has pushed back The Amazing Spider-Man 3 to sometime in 2018. It looks like they're hoping a gaggle of villains (the anit-Avengers) might revitalize the franchise.This delay has left a prime movie real estate slot open for July 10, 2016, which Columbia is filling with an adaptation of Uncharted, a popular Naughty Dog video game about thief and treasure hunter, Nathan Drake.

What do you think, can Columbia save Spider-Man with the Sinister Six? Does Uncharted deserve its own movie?