That didn't take long! Just last week, Sony and Marvel's hugely anticipated reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming moved from Pinewood Studios in Atlanta to the mean streets of New York City. Just a few days later, the superhero adventure has wrapped. Both director Jon Watts and star Tom Holland shared video and photos from the end of shooting. Tom Holland says this on Instagram.
"Our last day on @spidermanhomecoming and this how we are feeling but we got this hahah"
Over the weekend, we got to see plenty more set photos of star Tom Holland in action. He scaled a building in his new Spider-man costume to be greeted by his personal stunt double. We also saw Peter Parker showing off his new yellow school jacket. It will only be a matter of time now until the first trailer arrives. Perhaps we'll get a sneak peek during this weekend's big NYCC event.
In the video below, you'll see a hand-drawn Spider-Man balloon that floats into the sky, announcing the official wrap of the movie. Interesting to note, the quick behind-the-scenes sneak peek is accompanied by the Spider-Man theme song covered by seminal New York rockers The Ramones. The song was a hidden track on the vinyl release of their 1995 album Adios Amigos, and would later appear as part of the Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits compilation that arrived in the mid-90s.
Spider-Man: Homecoming finds young high school student Peter Parker trying to juggle his career as a burgeoning scientist while dealing with the every day excitement that comes with being a superhero. Tom Holland reprises his role as the title character first introduced in this summer's Captain America: Civil War.
Joining him in the cast are Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan,, Michael Keaton as the Vulture. Also along for the ride are Logan Marshall-Green, Kenneth Choi Zendaya. The movie hits theaters and /spider-man-movie-reboot-release-2017-imax/IMAX on July 7. Until then, tale a look at the tuckered out cast and crew.