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Jimmy Kimmel plays the MCU’s most gullible dry cleaner in ‘Spider-Man’ scene

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Jimmy Kimmel takes Tom Holland to the (dry) cleaners in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Well, not really. But for fun, the late night show host invited the Marvel star to bring his signature suit in for a spruce-up in a special “deleted scene” skit from the upcoming movie.

Kimmel plays the dry cleaner who regularly (and pretty cluelessly) fixes up Peter Parker’s suits, Bruce Banner’s pants, and both Daredevil and Deadpool’s masks.

“Why do you get your pyjamas cleaned every two days?” Kimmel…

Jimmy Kimmel plays the MCU’s most gullible dry cleaner in ‘Spider-Man’ scene

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Jimmy Kimmel takes Tom Holland to the (dry) cleaners in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Well, not really. But for fun, the late night show host invited the Marvel star to bring his signature suit in for a spruce-up in a special “deleted scene” skit from the upcoming movie.

Kimmel plays the dry cleaner who regularly (and pretty cluelessly) fixes up Peter Parker’s suits, Bruce Banner’s pants, and both Daredevil and Deadpool’s masks.

“Why do you get your pyjamas cleaned every two days?” Kimmel…

Jimmy Kimmel plays the MCU’s most gullible dry cleaner in ‘Spider-Man’ scene

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Jimmy Kimmel takes Tom Holland to the (dry) cleaners in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Well, not really. But for fun, the late night show host invited the Marvel star to bring his signature suit in for a spruce-up in a special “deleted scene” skit from the upcoming movie.

Kimmel plays the dry cleaner who regularly (and pretty cluelessly) fixes up Peter Parker’s suits, Bruce Banner’s pants, and both Daredevil and Deadpool’s masks.

“Why do you get your pyjamas cleaned every two days?” Kimmel…

Gwyneth Paltrow forgot she was in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

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Netflix’s The Chef Show has inadvertently provided the internet with a timeless Gwyneth Paltrow moment. 

Paltrow appeared as a guest in the first episode of the cooking show hosted by Chef Roy Choi and her Iron Man director/co-actor Jon Favreau. As Decider’s Meghan O’Keefe pointed out, Paltrow casually reveals while making a spicy pepper pot stew (!) that she’s apparently blocked out her Spider-Man: Homecoming scene from memory. 

Granted, she appears only in a small scene toward the end,…

Everything coming to (and going from) Netflix in June 2019

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From the return of one Marvel hero to the streaming debut of another, Netflix has a super June lineup. Here’s what’s streaming.

Looking for fresh action and heroes? Try out Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season 3 and Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — or revisit old classics with a Batman Begins and Dark Knight double feature. 

Streaming with kids? Then Spider-Verse is still a great option, but you can also cue up Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet for a different take on the hero’s…

Everything coming to (and going from) Netflix in June 2019

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From the return of one Marvel hero to the streaming debut of another, Netflix has a super June lineup. Here’s what’s streaming.

Looking for fresh action and heroes? Try out Marvel’s Jessica Jones: Season 3 and Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — or revisit old classics with a Batman Begins and Dark Knight double feature. 

Streaming with kids? Then Spider-Verse is still a great option, but you can also cue up Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet for a different take on the hero’s…

One line in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer completely changes the MCU

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For 11 years the unofficial tagline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been “it’s all connected.” As the first, second, and third phases of the MCU introduced the Avengers and their heroic compatriots, that sense of connection increased to create what really felt like a fully realized universe of characters who live and fight together. 

Now that Avengers: Endgame has closed the book on many of those characters’ stories, the question of what will happen to the MCU in Phase 4 is…

One line in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer completely changes the MCU

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For 11 years the unofficial tagline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been “it’s all connected.” As the first, second, and third phases of the MCU introduced the Avengers and their heroic compatriots, that sense of connection increased to create what really felt like a fully realized universe of characters who live and fight together. 

Now that Avengers: Endgame has closed the book on many of those characters’ stories, the question of what will happen to the MCU in Phase 4 is…

One line in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer completely changes the MCU

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For 11 years the unofficial tagline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been “it’s all connected.” As the first, second, and third phases of the MCU introduced the Avengers and their heroic compatriots, that sense of connection increased to create what really felt like a fully realized universe of characters who live and fight together. 

Now that Avengers: Endgame has closed the book on many of those characters’ stories, the question of what will happen to the MCU in Phase 4 is…

The new ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer has a huge Phase 4 tease

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There are lots of reasons to see Avengers: Endgame, and now you can add “watching the new Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer” to that list.

Tom Holland’s next adventure as Peter Parker marks the end of Phase Three and the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we currently know it. And while this isn’t the movie’s first full-blown trailer, it is the first one to arrive in a post-Endgame world — and that shows.

I’m not going to say anything about it here. Just make sure you go see the latest…