'Spider Man: Homecoming' movie reboot will tackle Spider-Man's 'coming of age'


Spider-Man has finally made his debut in the “Marvel Cinematic Universe” In “Captain America: Civil War,” and fans can’t wait for his own solo movie that is slated to come out next year. There are new details regarding the web-slinging superhero’s own film titled “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

Fifteen years has already passed since the hero made his debut in the big screen which resulted in five blockbuster films. Before Tom Holland played the iconic role, it was first played by Tobey Maguire and British actor Andrew Garfield.

According to Yibada, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will focus more on the character’s early years in college. Moreover, his version of the web slinger will be younger compared to Andrew Garfield’s version. In the next film, it is said that Peter Parker is still trying to get used to his role as a crime fighting vigilante, and the film’s theme will also be a coming of age story for the character.

During “Captain America: Civil War” it was shown that Peter Parker’s equipment for his crime fighting activities and even his costume were not as advanced as the past versions of Spider-Man until Tony Stark came into the picture and helped him by giving him an upgrade for his suit.

It was already mentioned in reports that Robert Downey Jr. will be a part of the next Spider-Man film. Also, Iron Man might also be a strong influence on Spider-Man to keep him on the side of the Avengers.

In addition, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” may be a PG-13 film rather than an R-rated movie just like most of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Fans can expect the film to come out in July 2017.