Spider-Man as we all know is going to be introduced in Captain America: Civil War. The new image of Spider-Man that has been developed by Marvel and Sony is not going to be introduced to the Marvel Cinematic World in the way that is mentioned in the comic book.
Cinemablend has informed that Spider-Man is set to have a major fight sequence in the upcoming movie and most of the Spider-Man scenes in Captain America: Civil War has been shot and if rumors are to be believed, it is going to be nothing like the super hero fights we are so used to seeing in the Marvel movies.
Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War will face an enemy, but the manner in which he will tackle the enemy will be nothing like that of a superhero. The avid comic fans will be well aware that in Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker has just become Spider-Man and he is still learning the ropes of being a superhero and this explains why he will get into a dorky fight sequence in the movie.
Peter Parker aka Spider-Man will win the fight, but not without making himself look like a complete idiot. However, that’s okay since the script demands so. The upcoming movie outing that will see Marvel and Sony giving Spider-Man a complete image make-over is going to be one that traces how Peter Parker becomes the web-swinging superhero.
Initial reports said that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will make a small cameo in Captain America: Civil War, but there are rumors that suggest that Spider-Man is just not going to make a small appearance and disappear. He will get involved in the fight and in a prominent way.
Birth.Death.Movies has come up with information that Tom Holland has not been cast in Captain America: Civil War. He has only lent his voice for the role. There is no point in hiring him for a role which will anyway see him donning the mask and will also require a stunt man for the action sequences.
Fans are excited about the encounter that Spider-Man will have with Tony Stark aka Iron Man. How the two will throw jabs at each other about the design of their suits. There are rumors that Tony Stark might also train the web-swinging superhero.
Marvel and Sony have decided to give the Spider-Man franchise a complete facelift. The Amazing Spiderman did a good business, but the movie wasn’t as successful as Marvel would have wanted it to be.
With plans of incorporating Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel is set to make Spider-Man a brand like Iron Man and Captain America. The Spider-Man plot is well known to all the fans and Sony and Marvel decided to give it a new look.
This time round, Spider-Man is going to be a high school kid, instead of someone who is already a full-fledged action hero. The movie will depict a young Spidey and hence Andrew Garfield was replaced for an actor who could portray the role of both a high-school kid and a super hero with equal ease.
There was a huge hunt for who would be the perfect face for Spider-Man in the upcoming films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the studio finally zeroed down on Tom Holland.
Spider-Man movie writers Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley said the Peter Parker is a complete geek. He is dorky and awkward and the jokes and comments he makes in the movies will bring that out for the audience.
The writers said that everyone knows that Peter Parker was bit by a spider and that Uncle Ben dies, so they will not be exploring that in detail.
By the looks of it, the new Spider-Man movie will explore how Peter Parker, the geeky dork comes to terms with his powers and learns how to handle it and use it to his advantage. There are rumors that Kraven the Hunter might be the villain in the new Spider-Man movie.