Spidey & The Wasp Ruin Rhino’s Rampage! | Marvel Super Hero Adventures – Stomp and Listen | SHORT


Oh, hi. Excuse me, sir. I know you have important
pigeon things to do, but I’m trying to
practice a new move. Could you possibly
scoot over, please? Thank you. It’s important to speak up and
be clear about what you want. It’s a lesson I learned
when the wasp and I tried to save the city
from the evil Rhino. (crashing) Rhino got loose
from the lab and is on another one
of his Rhino rampages. You get the big guy. I’ll clear people
out of harm’s way. Hey, you Rhino,
remember me? What are you doing?
Anything interesting? (grunt) (thud) So this is where I say
something funny, you get mad, I web you up,
and then I win. Oh, maybe he
didn’t hear me. Guess we’ll have to
try another plan. That man is in Rhino’s path. Hey! This way!
Hurry! I might not be able to
get him to slow down, but this dump truck might. (growl) Hee-ya! (crash) I really thought
that would do it. We need another
way to stop Rhino. But now we need
to find him first. I’ve got a lock on him. He’s still running, but the
street in front of him is completely empty. So I’m clear to grab Rhino. Wait! It was completely empty. Now there’s a bus in the way
and people who could get hurt! This time, I’ll get
the people to safety. You slow down Rhino. (grunt) Hey! You! Hold it right there. (clanging) (grunt) That got his attention. I hope that was enough
time for Spidey to get the people
to safety. Hey, everybody. You need to leave before
Rhino gets here. Quick! Are you some street performer
dressed up like Spider-Man? No, I’m the actual Spider-man! You have to get out of the way! (click) Spidey! Get their
attention and warn them. I’m trying but
nobody listens to me. Ladies and gentlemen! If I can have your
attention, please. A rampaging rhino
villain has gotten loose and is about to come
down this street. So everyone needs to clear the
area until Spider-Man and I can recapture him. Thank you, everyone. Wow. You got them to listen. Since I’m tiny, people
don’t always hear me. Whenever I’m being ignored, I speak up and I’m clear
about what I want. You just gave me an idea. You were clear and the
people did what you said. We’ll do the same
thing to Rhino. Only this time,
we’ll be clear. So we can lead him
into a trap. Let’s do it! Stop! Rhino! I need you
to listen to me. You have to surrender
and stop your rampage. Did you hear what
Spidey said? He said you need to
give yourself up and go back into custody. (angry growl) Yep, I think
he heard us! (angry growl) Wet cement! That
should do it. I think you’re right. C’mon Rhino, this way! (angry growl) (cheering) I was so sure I knew the
best way to stop Rhino. But I didn’t, and
he almost got away. Thankfully, Wasp showed me that
the best way to get someone to listen is to be clear
about what you want. That gave me the idea
to save those tourists by tricking Rhino. A big adventure with
my best small friend. Woo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham | EXCLUSIVE Animated Short | Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse!


[no audible dialogue] [inhales]
Ah. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. Don’t worry, people. It’s 100% beef. -[bell dings]
-I’m lying. Nothing’s gonna get in the way
of me eating this hot dog. What am I, pulled pork? What… What? I’ve been pig-napped. So glad you could make it
to my pig roast, Spider-Ham. Prepare to be honey “glasered.” Do you have any last words? Why, yes, I do. -You won’t get away with this!
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. Oh, no, you won’t. Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. -Oh, no, you won’t.
-Oh, yes, I will. And if you’ll excuse me,
I’ve got a hot dog to eat. [growls] No one tricks me, not I,
the intellectual genius, Dr. Craw-daddy. Weird name.
I wonder if it could use a little work. Oh, really? I tango with guys like Annihil-ape,
Goose Cannon, The Majestic Cara-boom, Cyber Billy Goat, Rene-gator,
Baked Clam-urai, Tortoise Bombshell, Tele-canary, WM-bees,
Nuclear Boar-head, guys like that. You wanna run with the big hogs,
you gotta nail that pun or you’re done. Now let’s see here. The Craw-ster, Scare-craw, Craw Maga,
that’s pretty good. Uh, I think I like the first one better. -I don’t know.
-I got it! -How about Dr. Crawfish, Attorney-at-Craw?
-Hmm. -[grunts]
-[gasps] It was just a first pass. [screaming] [yelps] -Enough hogwash!
-Now you’re getting it. Hold it! Am I crazy, or is this the same room
we were just in? Yeah, we ran out of money, so I just figured we’d have
every room look the same. Huh. Hiyah! Whoa! [battle cry] [wailing] [yelping] Well, you mess with the Ham,
you get the hammer. Now, that hot dog must be getting cold. What is that? What is that! I demand full-screen treatment. Whoa! [panting] Hey, I’m standing here! Didn’t you tell your experiments
that it’s rude to point, Dr. Ding-Dong? Whoa! Ow, ow, ow!
Ow, ow, ow, ow! Hey, guys.
Calibrate your screen every now and then. Ow, ow, ow! My outlines. My outlines. My outlines! Oh! Okay. Nobody look. That’s better. Boy, that was weird. What? A portal
to another movie’s timeline? I hope I haven’t missed
the first 62 minutes! All I wanted was a hot dog! [Porker] Oh, come on.

Interview With J.J. Jameson! | Marvel’s Spider-Man: How I Thwipped My Summer 5- The Job Hunt | SHORT

Interview With J.J. Jameson! | Marvel’s Spider-Man: How I Thwipped My Summer 5- The Job Hunt | SHORT


One week of summer left.
Let’s see how I’m doing on the whole Perfect
Summer Vacation checklist. Trip to the beach, which I had to abandon
’cause of Black Cat. Baseball game–
ruined by the Tinkerer. Concert. I missed
that whole show, thanks to Hammerhead, but I did get to meet
Ross Calaban, so I’m calling that even. And camping. Total win, despite the mysterious
owl boy. So, that’s one win,
two losses, and a tie. [sighs] Good thing
school’s starting soon ’cause winning
at summer vacation is a lot harder
than I realized. [phone beeping] Whoa. Guess I missed
some messages when I was out
of range camping.Peter. Max Modell here.Was hoping to schedule time
for you to come in
and train your replacement
as my lab assistant.
“Replacement”? Yeah. The board only
authorizes that position for first-year students. I assumed
you knew that, Peter. Of course.
I totally knew that. Of course I totally
didn’t
know that.
Uhh! How am I going to afford
Horizon this year? I can’t ask Aunt May
or Harry for money. They’ve already
done enough for me. This is on you, Peter. [slurping] You’re a smart kid. You’ll find a part-time job
with no problem. Hi. My name’s Peter Parker. And if you’ll
look at my résumé, you’ll see that– [explosion] y-you– you’ll see that I’m
e-experienced in, uh– [police officer]
Freeze, Scorpion! I’m so sorry. I, uh– My aunt’s calling.
I gotta take this. [grunts]
Sorry about that. There was a pest problem
I had to take care of. [man]
I’m sorry, but we just
filled the position. Oh, this? Uh, it’s just
a little sand-based accident on the way here.
It’s no big deal, really. Uhh… Goo? What goo? Oh, man! I’ve had a long morning. [muffled yell] [pants] What’s this? Oh, I have to give this
back to the police. I mean, not the police.
Why would I even say that? I mean, for charity. Parking meters.
Parking meter charity. Wow. Being Spider-Man
really puts a crimp in a person’s job hunt. Hey, Pete.
Long time, no see. Randy Robertson?
How have you been? I’ve been having
the perfect summer vacation. What have you been up to? [chuckles] Interviewing
for part-time jobs, Randy, and having zero luck. Well, my dad works
at that media company, the Daily Bugle. They’re expanding,
doing a lot of hiring. Want me to see if I can
get you an interview? A job? Listen, Peter Palmer– Peter Parker. The Daily Bugle’s
a top-tier multi-platform
news organization. Call me back when you
can grow facial hair. Brock, this is the footage
I’ve been waiting on? I thought you were a pro! I can’t use this! My grandma could take
better video of Spider-Man, and she’s not even
alive anymore! I’d pay through the roof if anyone could get me
some good clean footage of this Spider-Man! Paying for shots
of Spider-Man? Hmm. Maybe I’m gonna be
able to afford school
this year after all.

Peter Parker Gets Super Powers! | Marvel’s Spider-Man: Origin 1- Introduction | SHORT

Peter Parker Gets Super Powers! | Marvel’s Spider-Man: Origin 1- Introduction | SHORT


[Spider-Man]
Another glorious day
as Spider-Man.
Still not used
to calling myself that.
[grunts]I know it’s usually
an exaggeration
to say someone’s life
changed overnight,
but with me it’s actually true.And it all started
a few weeks ago,
right down there.
Oscorp Industries,
the world’s premiere
chemical research facility.
See, my class
was on a field trip.
[grunts] Name? Peter Parker. P as in “phosphorous,”
E as in “electron,”
T as in– Okay, okay.
You’re on the list. Just wear this
at all times. Huh? Wow. My own Oscorp
identification badge! I’m like Science Agent
Double-Helix 7. [boy] You’re also, like,
freaking me out, Pete. Whoa!That’s Harry Osborn.
He’s my best friend.
This is the first year
we’re not in the same
school together,
because he recently got into
a school for geniuses–
Horizon High.
But he’s here today because–
get this–
his dad owns this place.
Harry, how are you not
bursting at the seams? You’re a science geek. We’re about to see some of
the world’s most
advanced equipment. [Harry chuckles]
It’s my dad’s company, Pete. It’s like if we went
on a field trip to visit your
Aunt May at a knitting factory. Huh. [alarm blaring] I didn’t do it![male voice on P.A.]
Remain calm. Remain calm.
Containment breach.
Is it a reactor meltdown? Gamma radiation?
Asgardian interference? Some experimental spiders
have escaped. You’re in no danger.
We’re collecting them
as we speak. [vacuum whirring] Spiders?
[chuckles] And here I thought
we had something to worry about. Parker! [gasps] Can you please
stay out of trouble? [groans] I’m sorry, Mr. Smythe. Harry, I thought Midtown High
was rid of you. But if you insist
on chaperoning us, please pair up
with my son, Alistair. Peter’s field trip partner
is Liz Allan. Liz, keep a leash on Parker,
will you? Our tour is about to begin. Yes, sir. [groans] Welcome, everyone,
to Oscorp Industries, the world’s premier– [Peter]
Premier [together]
…chemical research facility
and electronics manufacturer. Sorry. That’s okay. I expect you’re all as excited
as this young man here to get to use such
state-of-the-art technology. But don’t let
the fancy equipment fool you, because if you’re
a true scientist, you can solve any problem
with this… using the five steps
of the scientific method. Which are, of course,
observation, hypothesis– Prediction, experimentation,
and conclusion. [muffled groan] Sorry. Mr. Parker,
another outburst from you,
and I’ll kick you to the moon. Well, scientifically speaking,
Mr. Smythe,
that’s not possible. [laughter] That’s enough, Mr. Osborn.[Spider-Man]
I’d say the only thing
that unsettles a scientist
is something called “chance”–when a situation
has no scientific
rhyme or reason.
So, who’s going to be
the first to examine
our new robot? Harry, how about
you and your partner?That’s when a series
of unique circumstances–
Why don’t you let
Pete’s group go first? He’s really into this stuff. Awesome!…line up so perfectly
that the outcome–
Wait. I’m a lefty.
Switch with me.…is an event
of unusual magnitude.
Ow! [groans] [distorted chattering] [distorted]
I don’t feel so good. Are you okay, Pete? I don’t know.
Where’s the–
[muffled gagging] [laughter] Down the hall, to the right. No. Wait. I think that one’s
under construction. [muffled gagging] [grunting] Huh? What in the world’s
happening to me?

Ant-Man & Wasp — Marvel Becoming — Cosplayers SoloRoboto & Kit Quinn

Ant-Man & Wasp — Marvel Becoming — Cosplayers SoloRoboto & Kit Quinn


My name is Steven Meissner
of SoloRoboto Industries, and today I’m becoming Ant-Man. Hey I’m Kit Quinn, and today
I’m becoming Wasp. I really liked the style,
cause we did the classic Ant-Man. I had all the accessories, I had gloves,
I had boots that would work we had the helmet. Kit volunteered to make me the suit. So she did it in an afternoon
out of a box of scraps, and it’s become one of
my favorite costumes. So that helmet was sculpted out of
mostly Bondo- automotive body filler. Sanded, molded in silicone, cast in resin,
and then chrome plated so it is real metal on the outside
and it is a 100% mirror polish. It’s basically flawless. It’s a litte north of 250 hours of work
just for the helmet, and the majority of that is sanding. I love making helmets,
helmets are super cool. Ant-Man is the only helmet
I like to wear. So, when it came to making Wasp, of course Wasp has a million different
outfits, cause she’s into fashion. When it came to making the armor
it was a sculpted piece. It was a sculpting challenge for myself to
take the different designs- cause animation changes by artist,
by issue, by panel… so to take what I liked from each of the
different panels and issues and create a different silhouette
that I thought was unique to me and to fit my body. We’ve made costumes together
for a number of years, Ant-Man and Wasp being
one of our biggest builds that we’re really together. So when you are lucky enough
to find somebody who’s symbiotic with your skill set, you’re unstoppable! It’s really awesome being able to have the person that I spend
so much of my time with -and want to- have one of the same hobbies that I have. We have a lot to do together that way. It’s special, in a really
kind of powerful way.

Ant-Man & Wasp — Marvel Becoming — Cosplayers SoloRoboto & Kit Quinn


My name is Steven Meissner
of SoloRoboto Industries, and today I’m becoming Ant-Man. Hey I’m Kit Quinn, and today
I’m becoming Wasp. I really liked the style,
cause we did the classic Ant-Man. I had all the accessories, I had gloves,
I had boots that would work we had the helmet. Kit volunteered to make me the suit. So she did it in an afternoon
out of a box of scraps, and it’s become one of
my favorite costumes. So that helmet was sculpted out of
mostly Bondo- automotive body filler. Sanded, molded in silicone, cast in resin,
and then chrome plated so it is real metal on the outside
and it is a 100% mirror polish. It’s basically flawless. It’s a litte north of 250 hours of work
just for the helmet, and the majority of that is sanding. I love making helmets,
helmets are super cool. Ant-Man is the only helmet
I like to wear. So, when it came to making Wasp, of course Wasp has a million different
outfits, cause she’s into fashion. When it came to making the armor
it was a sculpted piece. It was a sculpting challenge for myself to
take the different designs- cause animation changes by artist,
by issue, by panel… so to take what I liked from each of the
different panels and issues and create a different silhouette
that I thought was unique to me and to fit my body. We’ve made costumes together
for a number of years, Ant-Man and Wasp being
one of our biggest builds that we’re really together. So when you are lucky enough
to find somebody who’s symbiotic with your skill set, you’re unstoppable! It’s really awesome being able to have the person that I spend
so much of my time with -and want to- have one of the same hobbies that I have. We have a lot to do together that way. It’s special, in a really
kind of powerful way.

Ant-Man Goes to the Science Fair! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 1 – Science Fair

Ant-Man Goes to the Science Fair! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 1 – Science Fair


(MUSIC PLAYING) CASSIE: Dad, I’m going to need
the biggest volcano explosion if I’m going to win
the science fair. No survivors. That’s the spirit. All right, Cassie,
you’re up next. Yeah! Huh? Oh, no,
forgot to give her
the baking powder. It just takes a second,
you know? And while you wait, I’m going to pop
into the bathroom
real quick. ANT-MAN: Let’s just get this
in Cassie’s volcano, before that
lame teacher
notices. That’s not fair,
he’s just doing his job. I mean,
she’s in
the first grade, why can’t parents help
with these projects? (LAUGHING) (GRUNTING) I’m kind of busy right now. Can’t we do this, like,
tomorrow? YELLOWJACKET:
You’re just as pathetic as your daughter’s
science project. She worked really hard
on that volcano. (LAUGHING) (SHRIEKING) Oh, no. (ROARS) Okay, I can respect
a little fine cheese. (GRUNTS) (PANTING) In your face, with science. YELLOWJACKET:
You’re pathetic, Ant-Man. (SCREAMING) Fantastic explosion, Cassie. Whoo-hoo! But I must follow my heart
and give first place
to the giant cheese. I just love cheese. Yeah, I can respect that. (GIGGLES)

SPIDERMAN CANDY APPLES – NERDY NUMMIES

SPIDERMAN CANDY APPLES – NERDY NUMMIES


Hey guys, it’s Ro! And welcome to another
Nerdy Nummies! And, happy Halloween! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays,
so I decided to do something very special, we are gonna be making candy
apples, because it’s perfect for October, and the fall, and we are gonna
make them look like Spiderman! Because that’s kinda creepy spiders for
Halloween! So let’s get started! The things you will need, will be: 2 cups
of regular white sugar, 1/2 a cup of oop! Got some sugar on my finger! 1/2 a
cup of light corn syrup, 3/4 cup of water, 3 apples, I’m using Granny
Smith. 1 teaspoon of red food coloring dye, a bunch of these wood skewers,
but they kind of look like wooden stakes that you’d stake a vampire with!
That’s OK! You’ll also need a piece of wax paper to
go over your cookie sheet, and, a wooden spoon, a spatula, a medium sized
saucepan, and a candy thermometer! Let’s get started! Now you’re gonna take your little wooden
skewers, put them right in the middle and push them in there. These are a little bit
easier than lollipop sticks, you can also use lollipop sticks, but because they
have a pointed edge, they go in a little bit easier. I don’t have the most upper
body strength, so I’m gonna be using a hammer. You want to put them in about 1/2 way… Nice! Once you got your apples assembled, you’re
just gonna stick them off to the side, da-dew, da-dew. da-dew! And we’re gonna put together our candy apple
mixture. In your medium sized pot you’re gonna add
all of your ingredients and then stir them up before we head over to the stove. So first you’re going to take your 2 cups of regular
sugar, yeah, yeah, pour him in! And your 3/4 cup of water. 1/2 a cup of light
corn syrup, ooooh! It’s really goopy, it’s really sticky,
so this is where you’re gonna use your mustach-u-ler! To scoop out all the extra
on the inside. Because otherwise it won’t be 1/2 a cup. Now you’re just gonna take a teaspoon of
red food coloring dye. Now you’re gonna take your wooden sch-poon,
and mix it all together until everything is consistent. I feel like this is a witches brew! Hee-hee-hee-hee-hee! Boil-babble-boil-boil and trouble! I just put the pot on the stove, you’re
gonna turn your burner onto a medium heat, I like to put it on a 5, and then you’re
gonna stir your candy syrup until it starts boiling. Once it start boiling,
leave it alone, don’t touch it, just let it boil, and you’re gonna watch
your candy thermometer until the heat rises to 310 degrees. Once it
reaches 310 degrees, remove it from the heat. Now you’re gonna wait until all the
bubbles stop popping, and then you’re gonna take your apple, dip it into the syrup candy,
and slowly spin it around. Then you’re gonna pick it up, wait for the
excess candy to drip off, and put it onto your tray. Now that we’ve got our apples dipped, we are
going to decorate. I’m going to be using big marshmallows,
you can also use regular marshmallows, these are just the ones I had handy, they
were in my kitchen. So what you’re gonna do is take baking scissors,
a little bit of Pam spray, we’re gonna spray our scissors before we
cut our marhsmallows. Helps them not stick. Ready? OK, there we go! Take your big marshmallow, or your medium
one, and we’re just gonna cut off the end to look like a slice. And we’re gonna be
using these marshmallows for Spiderman’s eyes! And then what I like to do is cut it
in half, Then you’re gonna take half of it and cut
kind of the shape of his eye, it’s like a diamond or a tear shape. Pew! Now you’re just gonna take your 2 marshmallow
eyeballs and stick ‘em on the front of your apple! Da-nuh-na-nuh-nuh, da-nuh-na-na-na. Now that you’ve got all the little marshmallow
eyeballs on our little Spiderman Candy Apples, you’re gonna take
black icing, and I’ve got a number 3 tip, here at the top, and we’re just gonna draw
the design of the web of the Spiderman mask. And then I’m gonna take a number 5
tip later on, to outline his eyes! Ta-da! Here are our Spiderman Candy Apples! They
turned out so cute! Thanks for suggesting something Spiderman!
And, Halloween is in a few days, so have a happy Halloween! And don’t, try not to get bit
by any radioactive spiders! Or any spiders of any kind… Yeah, OK! If you have any other suggestions for any
other Nerdy Nummies please let me know, Leave me a comment down below and I’ll do
my best to make it happen. Also you can follow me on Facebook and Twitter
because I’ll post tons of Nerdy Nummies pictures and cool stuff. OK, bye-bye!

Ant-Man and The Wasp are NOT on a Date! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 6

Ant-Man and The Wasp are NOT on a Date! | Marvel’s Ant-Man | Episode 6


SCOTT: This weather
is amazing, Hope. Forget the movie,
let’s go on a picnic. It’ll be
the perfect first date. No, no,
this is not a date. Oh, yeah,
first date fist bump. Scott, this,
this is a date. This right here,
not so much. I’m not following you here. What? Is that a tornado? That’s no ordinary tornado. It’s Whirlwind,
one of my dad’s enemies. He’s coming for me.
Good thing I brought my suit. You brought your suit
on our date? That’s sweet.
I brought mine too. (LAUGHING) WHIRLWIND: Hope,
kidnapping you is going
to make me rich. Damsel in distress date. Don’t worry, I’ll protect you. What? Oh, no, no.
Scott, stop. (GRUNTING) Oh! Uh… (SCREAMS) Take that! (LAUGHING) Huh? (SCREAMING) WASP: Scott! Fist bump! Huh? WASP: Fist bump, now! Okay! Okay! (GRUNTS) (GRUNTING) I punched a tornado,
did you see? WASP: I did. Double fist bump? Hmm. I knew it was a date! HOPE: Scott, no. Just no.