When Captain America: Civil War hits theaters next year, it will not only mark the first entry in Marvel's Phase Three, but it will also feature the debut of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While very little is known about Spidey's appearance in Captain America: Civil War, it will set the stage for a new reboot, starring Tom Holland as Peter Parker. While doing press for his new drama In the Heart of the Sea, in theaters tomorrow, Tom Holland reveals details of the lengthy process of landing his role of a lifetime, in an interview with The Daily Beast. He then goes onto call the movie the biggest independent movie ever made.
The Spider-Man reboot will be produced by both Marvel's Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal, who oversaw The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel as the head of Sony Pictures, before stepping down to work as a producer. Do you think Tom Holland will bring this beloved character to new heights on the big screen? Let us know what you think, and stay tuned for more on Spider-Man.Read More
It doesn't seem that this is part of his official training regiment for Spider-Man, since he appeared to just be visiting the GymAid facilities. Given his impressive display, it isn't known how much training the young actor will actually need, but he will certainly have to undergo some sort of program to practice all of the Spidey moves he'll be putting on display. The actor revealed just last month that he had an accident on the Captain America: Civil War set, where he fell over and "bashed his face" in front of two hundred crew members.
There still isn't much we know about Spider-Man, except that it will take Peter Parker back to high school, while skipping the origin story that has already been told twice on the big screen. There have been rumors that Spider-Man will be the first of three or four stand alone movies, each of which will take place during one year of high school, with Peter juggling his high school life with fighting crime throughout New York. Fans will get their first look at the new Peter Parker in next year's Captain America: Civil War, but he isn't believed to have a large role in that massive superhero adventure.Read More
As of now, Tom Holland is the only confirmed cast member for the new Spider-Man, with Marisa Tomei in talks to play Aunt May. Jon Watts (Cop Car) is directing from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein (Horrible Bosses, Vacation). It isn't known when production will start at this time, but Sony and Marvel have already handed out a July 28, 2017 release date. What do you think about these new details? Check out Tom Holland's video interview below, and stay tuned for more on Spider-Man.
Spider-Man comes to theaters July 7th, 2017.Read More
Earlier this week, an image surfaced that reportedly features our first look at Tom Holland as Spider-Man, which will be featured as a part of Disney's D23 Convention this weekend in Anaheim. The authenticity of this photo has yet to be verified, and we'll find out soon enough when the convention gets started. Until then, Tom Holland himself has posted two videos that don't feature the actor in his Spider-Man suit, but do display some of the skills he very well may be using in the Spider-Man reboot.
Holland posted these videos to his Instagram page, which were taken on his family vacation. The first video showcases his impressive rock-climbing skills, which will surely come in handy as Peter Parker. The second features the actor pulling off a huge leap into water. The young actor only has a handful of film and TV credits to his name, and, impressive as they may be (The Impossible, How I Live Now, Wolf Hall), they aren't very action-heavy. For those who may be doubting young Tom's skills, these videos surely prove them wrong.Read More
Production has been under way on Captain America: Civil War since May in Atlanta, and we already have seen a number of photos from the set. One of the numerous superhero movie characters who will appear in this highly-anticipated movie is Tom Holland as Peter Parker, who will go on to star in his own Spider-Man produced by both Marvel and Sony Pictures. Today we have new details about the Spider-Man costume from ComicBook.com, who had this to say in a new report."Despite rumors of a black and red suit a la Miles Morales, ComicBook.com has learned that there is at least one Spider-Man suit slated to appear in Captain America: Civil War that will feature the character's classic blue-and-red color scheme. While Civil War in the comics introduced a Spider-Man who wore a red-and-gold number provided by Tony Stark (see below), the Civil War movie will bring an Avengers-friendly version of the traditional Spider-suit, complete with detailing reminiscent of costumes like Captain America's Avengers movie suits.
In addition to these new costume details, we also have new photos from the set featuring Chris Evans arriving on the set in Berlin. While filming originally begun in Atlanta, shooting recently shifted to Berlin, but it isn't known how much shooting is left. Chadwick Boseman, who plays the new Black Panther, is also featured in these new photos.Read More