There is no stopping Spider-Man from going back to the big screen, which was obvious after he appeared in the latest trailer of “Captain America: Civil War.” While there is still no title given, there are now speculation that it will be called “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
As stated by Independent.co, the new web domain registered by the studio SpiderManHomecomingTheMovie.com redirects to Sony’s web page. This makes it seem that the official title of the forthcoming superhero film will be “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
Neither Marvel nor Sony has not yet unveiled anything official about the title of the upcoming Spider-Man, but We Got This Covered reported that back in the 1980s, the Spider-Man comics featured a storyline named “Homecoming.”
The exciting part about the standalone reboot of film director and producer Jon Watts is that it will feature cameos from several Avenger characters from Marvel’s Cinematic Universe.
The comics contained appearances from both Captain America and Iron Man. So most likely, Chris Evans (famous as the Captain America) and Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) will be in the film. Coincidentally, both actors recently said they’ll be in Atlanta, Georgia to film something together. This is also where the filming of Spider-Man is going to be.
According to Comic Vine, other superheroes may show up in this storyline, including Chris Hemsworth’s Thor, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye, Don Cheadle’s War Machine and even Evangeline Lilly’s The Wasp.
The Spider-Man standalone film by Watts is slated for release on July 2017. The film will star British actor Tom Holland in the lead role. The film’s cast also includes “The Short Big” actress Marisa Tomei.
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