The first half of the calendar year has thrown up a genuine mixed bag at the theaters this year, as we examine the early contenders for Oscar glory and Razzie shame.
Overseeing the huge commercial and critical success of the 2017 installment, the filmmaker is said to be putting pen to paper on the follow up.
The 52-year old veteran admitted that he will depart Marvel as soon as the role of Tony Stark has worn out its welcome in the franchise.
Actor Joe Carroll was given $500 from his comedian friend to fill in for the performer who played Coach Wilson in the Marvel romp. And the press were none the wiser.
The critics have praised Marvel and Sony for finally getting the casting and tone right for the MCU's youngest superhero.
Director Jon Watts said that many of the Chris Evans takes they shot for High School instructional videos will have to be added to the extras.
Tom Holland has explained that he is just at the beginning of a three-part journey in the MCU as a famous director takes a swipe at the MCU.
The veteran actor has drawn a parallel between the two films 9 years apart, while Tom Holland gets accustomed to his face on an action figure and Seth Rogen slams Sony.
The young Englishman has clearly read up on the comic books as he tells the press which supervillains and superheroes he would prefer for the sequel to Homecoming.
Despite the obvious contractual Marvel and DC divide in the superhero world, the youngster has admitted to being a huge fan of the Aquaman star.
The actor opened up about his Spider-Man: Homecoming character to argue that his actions can be justified in a certain context.
Keen to dip his toe into the Marvel directing game, filmmaker Jon Watts opened up about the rebooted character and what the ensemble will have in store.