Marvel and Sony have finally clarified the uncertainty as to how Sony's Spider-Man spin-off films Venom and Silver & Black will fit into the MCU. It was produced by Marvel Studios which reached a deal with Sony to share the rights to Spider-Man.
It's folly to assume that Spider-Man: Homecoming will score a Best Picture nomination.
In anticipation of Spider-Man: Homecoming arriving nationwide in theaters this July 7, we're going to look at some of these villains now.
"It's exciting because that's how he truly was in the comics, from the beginning - he wasn't the only hero; he entered a world in which Tony Stark, Captain America and the Avengers all were there". And this Spider-Man, played by Tom Holland, is not a dude anxious about danger, or grappling with larger existential questions about great power and responsibility.More news: PM Modi, Trump pledge to increase bilateral economic cooperation
Director Jon Watts agreed.
Just how soon will Homecoming pick up Avengers 4? Now we can get a proper taste of how the two films link up. "So I just really, really dove into the research about finding new and unique things we hadn't seen with Spider-Man and especially Peter Parker", explained Tom.
Instead of a play-by-play review of Homecoming, we're breaking down what you'll love the most about the movie... That would solve a practical problem for Marvel Studios (read: they wouldn't have to pay RDJ exorbitant amounts of money to appear in their movies anymore), and from a story perspective, it would send shockwaves through future films. Back in 2002, Sony's Spider-Man, directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire, had been an industry revelation: the first film to surpass $100 million in its opening weekend. "I said, 'In ten years, I'd like to be the Spider-Man after Andrew Garfield.' I'd never have guessed that it would have come true so quickly". But before that, fans can catch Holland as he reunites with the rest of MCU's biggest superheroes in an effort to stop mad Titan Thanos (Josh Brolin) in Avengers: Infinity War.