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You Won't Look At The Spider-Man Suit The Same Way After Seeing This Photo Of Tom Holland

This makes me uncomfortable...

Here’s something I literally never thought about – how does Tom Holland enjoy a drink when he’s wearing the Spider-Man costume?

Spider-Man: Far From Home director Jon Watts has answered that question with a photo he shared of Tom on set and now I’ll never be able to look at the Spidey suit the same way ever again.

It turns out the easiest way for Tom to drink anything is to take out the eye pieces and go through the eye holes with a giant straw!

It kind of looks like he’s crying coffee…

The photo was shared ahead of the movie’s premiere with Watts asking Tom if he was “excited” for it.

The movie is a follow up from Avengers: Endgame and the story seems to focus a lot on Tony Stark’s sacrifice to destroy Thanos.

It’ll also show the aftermath of the Snap which turned Peter and his friends into to dust in Infinity War.

Zendaya, who plays MJ in the movie, told Fandango it brings the characters closer together:

“[The Snap] kind of puts our characters in a special place, because now we come back and the world’s kind of changed, and we all have to kind of depend on each other a little bit more, because we’re like the oddballs now.

“We kind of have to confide in each other with that experience, and that’s cool.”

Perhaps this is even what draws MJ and Peter closer together romantically?

The friends will have to find their bearings in a world that went on without them in the five years since Thanos’ Snap.

The early reviews for the film reveal it’s a fun and satisfying sequel to Homecoming, but it might be a little long. Some are even calling it the perfect follow up to Endgame, that’s enough to get excited, right?!

The movie also has a 90 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes at the moment, while Homecoming sits at 92 per cent.

We can’t wait to check out the movie when it’s released on July 4.

If Bradley Cooper Is Lusting After Lady Gaga In GOTG 3, What's To Stop Them IRL?

Say it with us: "AAAAHHUUUUAAAHHHGGGGHHHHHAA!"

When news broke that James Gunn would be returning to direct Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 fans were ecstatic. And now they’re just as excited about the possibility of another film reunion.

Rumour has it that Lady Gaga is being considered for the role of new character Lady Lylla, who is Rocket Raccoon’s SOUL MATE. Yep, that’s right, Cooper and Gaga may soon be playing lovers again and we are so here for it.

Right now, it’s just a rumour, something the pair is no doubt used to thanks to the many reports they’re dating after splitting with their respective partners.

Fans have been desperate for the A Star Is Born stars to get together after their loved up performance of ‘Shallow’ at the Oscars earlier this year, so if this were to actually happen it would make a lot of people very excited.

Gunn has previously said that Rocket’s story is the saddest of the Guardians and that his story isn’t finished. There is also a rumour that Rocket’s creator The High Evolutionary will be involved, Mark Hamill’s name has reportedly been thrown into the ring to voice the character.

Lady Lylla is an otter and was first introduced in 1982’s Incredible Hulk #271 during the Toy War. She’s the heiress to the largest toy making empire Mayhem Mekaniks which is on the Halfworld planet according to Movie Web.

It’s unclear whether the rumours are based on any truth or if it’s just fans who want to see Gaga and Cooper together again. But what we do know is that they clearly have great chemistry and it would be pretty awesome to have Lady Gaga as part of the MCU, even if it is just her voice.

If they did work together one more time, we definitely wouldn’t be surprised if they got together IRL so we could be very close to an era where Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are publicly dating.

James Gunn is about to work on The Suicide Squad, so we could be a while off finding out anything about GOTG 3, but maybe this rumour will get him thinking about hiring Gaga?

Samuel L. Jackson’s Theory About The New Avengers Will Get You Excited For What’s Coming Next

"There are other things that need to be dealt with."

If you thought Avengers: Endgame was the, er, end of the Avengers, you would be sorely mistaken, at least according to Samuel L. Jackson.

Jackson first appeared in the post-credit scenes of Iron Man in 2008 and has been involved in the MCU ever since, appearing in 11 out of 23 MCU movies.

Credit: Marvel

Nick Fury is different in that, there’s no real urgency for his character to be wrapped up and written out and judging from the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, it feels like he’s the glue keeping everyone together.

While there’s no word yet on whether or not the Avengers will return, Jackson believes it’s inevitable that the gang will get together again.

In an interview with CinemaBlend, Jackson said that at some point Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will need to come together once again to defeat a massive threat.

He even teased that Fury might know of a new villain coming, “I always think that there’s room for every kind of story to be told. And at some point, they’re going to have to put together another Avengers group of some sorts to deal with whatever’s coming next.

“Nick [Fury] knows something is coming, the same way he found out in Captain Marvel that there are other things that need to be dealt with that I didn’t know about. This is moving us to another place.”

Fury went missing for a few films including Captain America: Civil War and it’s unknown what he and Maria Hill were up to until we saw them turned to dust in Avengers: Infinity War.

Credit: Marvel

In the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer Fury talks about the idea of the multi-verse and characters from other dimensions. So, it would seem that there’s an endless supply of bad guys and gals out there.

Credit: Sony Pictures
Credit: Sony Pictures

No doubt, if the Avengers are getting together again there is something seriously bad happening to the universe. And it’s very likely that Nick Fury will be there when it happens.

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