When Marvel and Sony closed their deal to include Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it was revealed that Spidey would first appear in a Marvel movie, which will be Captain America: Civil War, before the new Spider-Man reboot hits theaters in summer 2017. Details of the deal beyond that were never officially revealed. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, producer Kevin Feige does confirm that it's possible for other Marvel owned characters to appear in the new Spider-Man movie. He explains.

"Specifics of the story aside, the agreement that has been made between Sony and Marvel is that we could do that."

Spider-Man is expected to only have a cameo in Captain America: Civil War, which is currently filming in Atlanta. Star Tom Holland is said to be shooting on set for a week. There is very little else we know about the new Spider-Man movie, except that Jon Watts (Cop Car) is directing and the story will follow Peter Parker as he navigates his way through high school. Peter will have already been established as a superhero in this reboot, so there will be no origin story that we've seen in the past.

Of course, Kevin Feige wouldn't reveal exactly which Marvel characters are possibly showing up in Spider-Man. It's worth noting that Tom Holland tested with both Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man) and Chris Evans (Captain America) before landing the coveted role. It's possible that they may pop up. What do you think about these new details?