The new Spider-Man film is getting unbelievable reviews

According to one of THR's sources, Tom Holland is only contractually obligated to appear in the 3 Spider-Man films. After all, Tony's is technically just supposed to be a side character mentor, yet his scenes with Tom Holland's Peter Parker do shine.

"Spider-Man Homecoming" is set to release on July 7, 2017.

Another standout of Homecoming seems to be Michael Keaton's Vulture, who was called "the best MCU movie villain since Loki". The cast also includes Donald Glover in a now unknown role, Marisa Tomei as Spidey's Aunt May, Michael Keaton as the villainous Vulture, and Zendaya as a character called Michelle.

"That's why I'm so happy that I got to be a part of it, because it lives on, it's amusing", Tomei said. But after such a positive response to Civil War, I knew all I had to do was recreate the same performance there but just on a much larger scale. "It makes people laugh". This was confirmed following the release of the official cast list of Spider-Man: Homecoming, CBR reported.

Along with throwing himself into a hardcore training regimen, Holland undertook numerous stunts himself. "I think everybody is also very distinct characters and it's fun to see how everybody works with each other, and I love the awkwardness and the amusing that comes out of those real moments in high school..." That story was a 1993 fourteen-part comic book crossover published in Marvel Comics' Spider-Man family of comics. The statement comes right as Sony and Marvel Studios are about to launch Spider-Man: Homecoming in theaters. We have heard the voice in trailers in the past, but this is the first time that we know who is behind the voice.

While it may initially appear hard for Homecoming to differentiate itself from all the prior films starring Spider-Man, there is plenty to suggest the movie will be representative of the world we live in, and the movies audiences want to see. It is pretty predictable that most-if-not-all of them will be defeated by the end of the film (but then that is true of nearly all superhero films).

  • Carolyn Briggs