A man who fatally shot a 5-year-old boy wearing a Spider-Man costume in South Los Angeles in 2010 has been convicted of murder.
Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.
Costumed superhero characters were involved in a brawl Wednesday afternoon on the streets of Hollywood.
It’s not just a random mutant spider bite that sets Hollywood’s new Peter Parker on the superhero career track.
Tobey Maguire didn’t just win $300,000 from a man convicted of running a Ponzi scheme — the actor’s attorney notes he also lost $168,500 to the convicted con man.
Laura Ziskin, a veteran producer whose films include the “Spider-Man” movies and “Pretty Woman,” has died at age 61.
The Spider-Man movie is now titled, “The Amazing Spider-Man,” and will open in the summer of 2012.
Two reputed Los Angeles gang members will be arraigned for the killing of a 5-year-old boy who was shot as he posed for Halloween costume photos in his backyard.
A funeral service will be held Friday for 5-year-old Aaron Shannon Jr., who was shot and killed in the backyard of his South L.A. home on Halloween.
San Francisco authorities say they plan to arrest a man who is scaling the exterior of a 58-story downtown skyscraper — just as soon as he reaches the top.