Spider-Man: Far From Home might have first hit theaters on July 2, but now it's coming back to theaters (even though it hasn't entirely left yet) on Aug. 29. The reason for this unexpected turn of events?
Following in the footsteps of "Avengers: Endgame," the blockbuster superhero movie will get an extended release with four additional minutes of footage over Labor Day weekend. Sony announced that a new
Sony has had a number of blockbusters in its day: Spider-Man, Skyfall, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. But now one movie stands above them all at the box office. Sony is projecting Spider-Man: Far From
Paramount and Nickelodeon's Dora and the Lost City of Gold earned $2.21 million (-66%) on Friday for a likely $7.79 million (-55%) second weekend and disappointing $33.2 million ten-day total. The movie
A new fan theory says that we've already met the next Spider-Man villain in the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home, and that they were hiding in plain sight all the time. The theory runs thus. Late on in