Um, The Inside Of Spider-Man's Mask Is Actually Kind Of Crazy

Seriously weird...

Spider-Man is possibly the most recognisable superheroes of all time – the distinctive wide eyes and the web pattern on the costume give him a very unique appearance, but have you ever thought about what’s on the inside?

If you hadn’t, don’t worry, neither had I, BUT Marvel Studios’ Head of Visual Development Ryan Meinerding has shared a look inside the mask from the Spider-Man: Homecoming suit – i.e. the suit Tony Stark designed for Peter Parker.

Meinerding wrote, “This is the Homecoming mask turned inside out—I did this design for the scene where Peter and Ned hack the suit. It wasn’t really shown, but I used it for the damaged version of the suit I posted earlier.”

The inside of the suit was going to be seen when it got damaged later in Spider-Man: Homecoming, that version he’s referring to is this one:

So, now we know the inside of the mask looks so much crazier than the outside.

Considering the suit was from Stark and featured a lot of technology, it’s unsurprising really that the suit would have a lot of circuitry inside.

It would make sense if the new suit Peter makes in Spider-Man: Far From Home had a similar look because it was so packed with technology as well.

While we won’t see another Spidey movie for a couple of years, it’s cool to know the level of detail the filmmakers go into when creating these characters and their costumes.

Earlier this year we saw a photo of Tom Holland drinking a coffee while in the Spider-Man suit, and it turns out the easiest way to do that is by taking out one of the eyepieces and go through the eye hole with a straw!

It honestly looks like he’s crying coffee… very weird!

'Terminator: Dark Fate' Director Really Didn't Want To Use Iconic 'I'll Be Back' Line

"If we’re gonna do it, we’re gonna do it differently."

When Arnold Schwarzenegger first delivered the line “I’ll be back” in the original Terminator movie he probably had no idea how iconic the line was going to become.

As fans, we often love to see call back moments in sequels, however, Terminator: Dark Fate director Tim Miller was pretty hesitant to use the line when making the most recent addition in the Terminator franchise.

Speaking with CinemaBlend’s ReelBlend podcast, Miller revealed he was nervous to add the line in because as a fan, he didn’t want to be accused of adding the iconic line for “fan service” and had to no plans to add it into the film at all.

He explained, “I feel like because I love it and I can sit there and imagine someone on the internet or in movie theatre watching this movie. And decide what is fan service, and what is honouring the franchise. I’m done with ‘Hasta la vista, baby.’ Honestly, I was kind of done with ‘I’ll be back.’”

The “I’ll be back” line was so iconic for Schwarzenegger, he’d even deliver it in non-Terminator films.

The director added that people on set were telling him he needed the line in the film, but he decided he’d do it in a different way so as not to draw attention to it.

“I’ll be honest. I had to be forced to use ‘I’ll be back.’ Then I said, if we’re gonna do it, we’re gonna do it differently. We’re gonna give it to Linda [Hamilton], and we’re gonna throw it away,” he said.

The line was revealed in the trailers and it really doesn’t draw much attention to it. Sarah Connor says it in a matter of fact way at the end of the trailer and moves on.

Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Hamilton revealed just how tough it was to actually say the line, “You can’t say it without sounding like him. It’s at the end of a very intense action scene and it’s weapons and it’s triple-digit heat, and you’re just giving it everything and then every time I would finish with that line, I would look at Tim and he would go, ‘Sounds like Arnold. Let’s do it again.’”

Here’s every other moment the line was delivered in a Terminator movie:

Tom Holland's Chilling New Role Is The Complete Opposite Of Spider-Man

Couldn't be more different.

Last month, we shared a Tom Holland update revealing he’d shaved his head for a new role in crime drama Cherry.

Fans took to social media to share their heartbreak over Holland’s haircut, and while it was certainly a shock to the system, a new photo from the set of Cherry reveals fans might be in for an even bigger shock when the movie is released.

Holland shared a photo from set and it’s pretty clear his new character is the exact opposite of Spider-Man.

He captioned the snap, “No alarms. I’m a wanted man. They’ll kill me…”

Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo are directing Cherry, which is an adaptation of the infamous semi-autobiographical novel by Nico Walker.

Walker sold the book while serving a prison sentence for committing the acts that led him to write the book.

Like Walker, Cherry’s unnamed protagonist (Holland) served as an Army medic in Iraq, but later returned home from war with undiagnosed PTSD and developed an opioid addiction. This lead to a life of crime in order to fuel his habit, including robbing banks.

Walker was caught and convicted in 2011 and is scheduled to be released in 2020, just in time to see his book become a film.

According to Variety, Holland was an easy choice for the Russo brothers for the lead role as they’d already worked with the young actor multiple times.

Credit: Sony Pictures

Walker spoke to The Guardian about the book and how much really happened to him, saying, “On a very basic level, it isn’t what happened to me.”

“The military parts are the ones that most closely mirror my experience. But even then, there’s a lot that’s quite different,” he added.

It’ll be very strange to see Holland in the film as someone so different from Spider-Man, but it’ll no doubt be a great opportunity for him to show off his acting skills in a darker role.

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