Footage of a graphic supermarket attack by a man dressed like the Marvel superhero has renewed calls for tighter legislation protecting retail workers.
Prepare for the launch of the 24th MCU movie "Black Widow" this week by considering these new methods of consuming the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The incredible footage was captured at around 5 a.m. at Times Square by Morgan Nevins, who compared the gusts caused by the hoverboard to a helicopter.
Iron Man, Spider-Man and the X-Men are finally together in the MCU—here's how Disney managed to acquire all the Marvel superheroes
Marvel's latest Disney+ show may have ended, but there is plenty to come, from new movies featuring Spider-Man, Black Widow and Doctor Strange as well as Loki, She Hulk and Ms. Marvel TV shows.
"Spider-Man 3" cast members have shared different titles for the upcoming Marvel movie. A fan theory about these titles may confirm a long-standing rumor—and hint at the return of a classic villain.
"Spider-Man 3" is rumored to see a number of former Peter Parkers return to join Tom Holland alongside a-listers and some big names from Marvel movie and TV history.
'Spider-Man 3' is soon to start shooting according to a social media post by Tom Holland and it could star a number of other former Peter Parkers.
As a black man in New York City, in America, in this world; you realize how important your voice is, and how important it is for you to be there during these times.
'Spider-Man: Far From Home' is one of the few Marvel Cinematic Universe movies not on Disney+, but fans were hoping it would be added soon.
In a letter to Lincoln, Nebraska, Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird, she complained the Nebraska sculpture shows Spidey's "two hands open, painted Red & Black, and formed into Devil Horns."
Holland aided a young fan who was crushed by a large crowd pushing forward to get an autograph from the "Spider-Man: Far From Home" star in New York City.
Urban freeclimber Alain Robert got to the 75th floor of the 123-storey building before surrendering.
A new book, "Slugfest," details the epically petty battles between the creators of Batman and Captain America.
The Spider-Man star says he feels "insecure and scared" and has lost sense of who he is.