Feige Discusses 5 Film Arc for Tom Holland's Spider-Man

Jul 05, 2017, 00:21
Feige Discusses 5 Film Arc for Tom Holland's Spider-Man

What's more, Holland stated that Spider-Man could not be a part of the Venom standalone flick because of the fact that his character now exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Here's a quick history of everyone's favorite web-slinger: 15 years ago, Tobey Maguire was your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in 2002's lauded Spider-Man.

1. The Feathered Foe
1. The Feathered Foe

Sony and Marvel Studios reached a deal in February 2015 to allow Spider-Man - a character to which Sony bought the rights to - be introduced into the MCU, with Holland cast in the role and first appearing in a cameo capacity in "Captain America: Civil War".

Tom has been thrilled about being part of the popular series by Marvel Comics. CinemaSins made the Honest Trailer for the superhero sequel while Screen Junkies copied the style of their account made an "Everything Wrong with" video for the film.

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This had such a negative effect on my relationship with the character that I'm forced to admit that I've never seen the Andrew Garfield version and probably never will - the trailer alone told me that it still wasn't quite what I was looking for and my standards have apparently become quite high when it comes to this particular superhero.

Tom Holland has completed Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War, but it seems that the new Peter Parker already has his eyes set on another film.

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Tying in with the release of Sony Pictures' Spider-Man: Homecoming, the 30 second ad is supported by a 360 marketing campaign from lead agencies VCCP Blue and VCCP Me.

Quick study: Tom Holland's Spider-Man is mentored by Avenger Iron Man Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) and is an eager learner in Spider-Man: Homecoming. "It's one of the best crowd pleasers in the Marvel oeuvre, and the best Spider-Man film so far". What makes him so loved is the fact that you can relate to him.

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