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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Movie ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ was released in July 5, 2017 in genre Action. Jon Watts was directed this movie and starring by Tom Holland. This movie tell story about Following the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker, with the help of his mentor Tony Stark, tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York City, with fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges.

Director : Jon Watts.

Stars : Tom Holland, Michael Keaton.

Production Co : Marvel Studios, Columbia Pictures, Pascal Pictures, LStar Capital.

Duration : 133 min.

Release : 2017-07-05

Genre : Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Drama.

United States of America.

Country : United States of America.

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  1. Angela Smith says:

    For some weird reason in Canada you can not access the Comedy Central Website, is there any other way to get tickets. I will be traveling a long way to get to New York and standing in line to maybe get a ticket is not a good options for me.

  2. Mary Ann says:

    If I accompany my daughter who is 16, would she be permitted to attend the show? She adores Stephen Colbert–quotes him, she wrote a paper about him for a school assignment, etc. This would be so appreciated!

  3. According to one of the Interns at the show, Monday is the busiest day to go stand-by. I don’t know why. We got in on a Monday in the stand-by line, but we got there at 1:50 to be sure and be first (we were). They come out with their clipboards at 4:00 to sign people up to the official list. Our particular day, we had about 20 people in the stand-by line, and my husband, sis-in-law and I were the only ones to get in. And we had to stand for the show between the bleachers – it was fabulous anyway. Sitting, standing, I didn’t care.

  4. I have tix for this Wednesday, August 11. What time should I be in line? Or can I just show up at 5:15 and not worry about it, b/c I have tix? Please let me know–it’s going to be hot Wed, and I don’t want to stand in line any longer that I have to! Thanks!

    • I would probably get there by 4:45p at the latest, because they start handing out the actual tickets earlier. And you are totally right, it’s going to be a scorcher on Wednesday! Make sure to come back and give us a taping report in the episode guide comments!

    • lockhart43 says:

      When I went a couple of weeks ago, I got there at 3pm and was the 3rd person in line. They start letting people in the waiting room around 6pm. Whether or not you get good seats really depends on how many VIPs there are and how many people are in your party (I went with one friend and we were in the 3rd row by the aisle in the section closest to the interview area). If you’re going by yourself, you should have a standard shot at getting a pretty good seat. Like DB said, 4:45 is probably the latest you want to get there, but I would actually recommend getting there around 4:15. It was really hot out when I went, but since you’re not in the standby line, you’re standing under an awning in the shade, and the interns pass out water while you’re waiting (they’re super nice). I hope that helps and have fun!!

      • Thanks for the tip. I think I’m going to get there fairly early and just try to stay cool.

  5. Hey Guys,
    I am massive fan of the Colbert Report and have been watching for quite a couple years now. Living in Australia, its hard to imagine ever seeing the show live. However, in 2011, I am lucky enough to be moving to Bellingham, WA for six months for university exchange. I am inquiring if there is any way I could get a ticket for the show, perhaps through a purchase or anyother means as I plan to travel to NYC whilst over there. I understand lining up is an option, but its a far travel to not get a ticket (and the tickets on the nation get snatched up so quickly). If anyone could help me out, that would unreal.

    • Heya Wesley! Your best bets for watching for tickets is to follow the advice on this site. If you’re in WA and have access to US credit cards, you should be able to easily win an auction on eBay, if you need specific dates for tickets. If not, they become available quite often, so just keep checking! And welcome to the site!

    • Just a quick shout-out from Bellingham–hope you enjoy your stay here!

  6. Thanks very much DB for getting back to me.
    that will prob be my best bet, i will travel to NYC a few times whilst im there, so between lining up and constantly checking for ticket allocation, im hoping i will get to see him.

    Thanks again


  7. Hey,

    I signed up for the two months in advance tickets. Do you know how long it usually takes for them to get back to you with more information?

    • To be honest, I’m not quite sure – a few days maybe? (I’ve only been to the show once, a few years ago, and the system has changed since then.) Did you get any kind of auto responder e-mail when you submitted?

  8. Cheryl Mazzeo says:

    No, I didn’t receive anything. That’s what kind of got me worried, I thought that there would be an e-mail. I might be overreacting; I’m sure the crew has more relevant things to do. I just hope I actually get those tickets!

    • I just registered for tickets and got email confirmation right away. Might want to try again and see what happens.

  9. So, I’ve read all the tips and I’m getting into the show tomorrow. (No, I don’t have tickets but I’m thinking positively.)

    Can anyone recommend a good place to sit in a coffee shop or something very close by the standby line – a place I can camp out until the line starts to form? I want to be the first one in standby but also don’t necessarily want to get in line at 10 a.m.!

    Suggestions? (I’m from out of state and I refuse to leave NYC until I see this show live!) :)

    • There’s a Dunkin’ Donuts right around the corner, and they have free WiFi. You may want to hang out there a bit. Good luck, and if you get in, come back and give us a Taping Report!

    • When I went, I got there at 3pm and there were only a few people ahead of me, and that was in the ticket line. The standby line didn’t start forming until a little while later, so you shouldn’t have to show up at 10am. If you’re looking to get there early, I would say show up around 3:30 and you’ll be okay. Good luck!

    • So guess what! I kept checking the website this morning and they released 25 tickets! So I have an official “ticket” and don’t need to go wait in the standby line! Whoooooo!!! Will get there around 415 as people above have recommended. Episode report coming tomorrow!

      Thanks SO MUCH for this site. I tried to get tickets for 8 months – had my name on the email list etc and didn’t know about the “day of release” tix until someone directed me to your website last week. You guys ROCK!

      • Awesome! So glad you had luck with getting an official ticket! Please come back tomorrow and leave a taping report in our episode guide – we’d love to hear about your adventure!

  10. Hey,
    wats goin on people!?… i’ve been trying to get tickets for me and my wife for a little while now, and before I deploy to Afghanistan I would like to see that show…if anybody could sell me some tickets for a reasonable price I would really appreciate it, also how can I apply for tickets months in advance?…and what does “Lora” mean by: “day of release tickets”?

  11. I just wanted to put in a huge “Hat Tip” for the @dailytix twitter feed–I was in NYC last week and I got tickets to The Colbert Report and The Daily Show by just checking it first thing in the morning both days. One technical thing: I was able to fill out the TCR ticket request form on my iphone, but the TDS form was a little different, and I couldn’t scroll down/hit submit, so I ended up calling someone with at a computer to do the request for me.

  12. Long time reader, first time poster … Hi! I just had to celebrate the fact I won an eBay auction last night for two VIP passes to a taping of TCR! WOO HOO! I am SO excited! Now all I have to do is book flights and accommodation … I live in Perth, Western Australia! I’m coming to the US to do Coachella (the 4th one!) but am secretly now more looking forward to the Colbert experience way more. My poor husband … Lucky he’s a fanboy! Gals of NFZ, you were the inspiration to check eBay for auction tix … THANK YOU!!! I’ll be seeingSstephen is the flesh (grr!) in April/May 2011 … Unreal!! Keep up the good work, can’t wait for your Fearstock coverage. Will be with you in spirit! Mel x

  13. Hi,
    I got tickets to the show for November 2nd, and I received the auto response email confirming that I got a ticket. My question is, do they mail you a ticket or do you just tell them your name when you get to the studio and they have your ticket waiting for you?

    • You should just be able to tell them your name, and show them your government-issued picture ID and you’ll be fine. However, I would also *strongly* suggest that you print out your confirmation e-mail, just in case. That has saved more than one person from getting to the show and getting bumped on the ticket list.

      Also? HAVE A BLAST! And make sure and come back and report about yoru taping experience! We love hearing those stories here!

  14. I’ve been to two tapings – one about a month ago, and the other three or four years ago. One change that I noticed at the more recent taping is that they seemed to have greartly increased the number of VIP and other special passes.

    At the recent taping (late September) NO ONE who waited on the general line got in the first row. I know because I was number 3. The first two people on line were put in the third row and I was in the second row, smack behind a huge camera. By the way, the guest that night was a relatively unknown author.

    In contrast, when I went a couple years ago, the first four people in line (I was one of them) had great, unobstructed, front row seats.

    Conclusion: the show is still a great experience, but it may not be worth it to get on line super early. It seems the front row may now be out of reach if you don’t have special pass. Shame really.

    If I go again, I will probably show up at around 4-4:30.

    • From what I understand, the way that people are seated in the audience is different than it was when Mark Malkoff was audience coordinator, about a year or so back, or maybe a bit more. And you are absolutely right, being first in line does not guarantee you to be in the front row. As a matter of fact, virtually everyone I have talked to recently that got in line early got not first nor second, but third row back or more.

      It’s not because of VIPs, though – it’s some modification to the ticketing policy and the way that the audience is handled. I’ve heard of instances with small handfuls of people in the VIP line, and still people were not seated in the front row.

      I’m not sure what specifically changed, but you are right, it definitely changed.

      • DB, I think you’re right. The ticketing policy has been changed. Now there are not only VIP tickets, but another category of “special” tickets, as well. I think they were another color than ours. So, in late September, by the time all the VIP and “special” tickets had been let in, the front row was full and much of the second row, too. And this was for a show with a relatively unknown guest.

        I think seating policy has changed for the worse. Do you think there’s any way we could ask the new audience coordinator why he/she has changed things and if he/she would consider going back to the old system?

    • I’m pretty sure the audience coordinator knows about the unhappiness of the fans with the new policy. But you know, the fact that we get to see Stephen live, and we have four opportunities a week, is a pretty sweet deal in and of itself. So I just try to look at it that way.

  15. Hey everyone,

    I’m hoping to go to my first live taping soon (I’m following all the tips for getting tickets) and I intend to be in line at 4:00 PM! My question, though, is how late should I expect to stay? I’m sure Stephen does things when the cameras aren’t rolling, so what time should I expect to be there until? Thanks!

  16. Hi. The two times I went to a screening, it seemed to start late. A couple months ago I think we got out at about 8 p.m. So, I’d say be prepared for something along those lines.

    Also, wear comfortable shoes! In late September we spent well over an hour standing in the waiting area just past the security screening. It was crowded and I didn’t see chairs. I think our wait may have been unusually long, though. They told us the writers were still re-working a sketch (at about 6 or 6:30!)

  17. Karenatasha says:

    When I went, I also got out somewhere around 8:00–maybe 10 minutes after. That was a smooth taping, with very few errors that took little time to remedy.

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