Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.Written by
The sequel to this film won't be called "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2" or have "2" in the title. Internally, Disney's Marvel Studios and Sony are referring to "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2", but that's not what the final title will be. Marvel chief Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal, the former Sony executive who is producing the film for the studio, told Collider that the film will be called "Spider-Man: Subtitle" with no "2" in the title. Feige and Pascal also told Collider that they plan on starting production in April or May 2018. After Avengers: Infinity War (2018) was released, Tom Holland "accidentally" revealed the title of the next Spider-Man film to be "Spider-Man: Far From Home". See more »
(at around 1h 19 mins) When Iron Man welds the lower deck of the Staten Island Ferry back together that would have done nothing to prevent the vessel from sinking. In fact all that it would have done is allowed the water already in the below decks hold to have remained where it was.
For loaded vessels to float a sizable portion of them have to be below the water line to displace the amount necessary for them TO FLOAT. That area cannot be filled with water as that would cause the vessel to sink due to its weight. Iron Man would have needed to dive under the ship's hull and also welded the split along the keel to prevent it from sinking. See more »
Things are never gonna be the same. I mean, look at this. You got aliens. You got big green guys tearing down buildings. When I was kid, I used to draw cowboys and Indians.
Actually, it's Native American, but whatever.
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There is a statement at the end of the closing credits: "Spider-Man will return." See more »
A 'spectacular' Spider-Man movie that proves that Spider-Man's still got it.
Jon Watts (Director of Clown and Cop Car) perfects the character and charm of Spider-Man that we all love from the comics without doing disservice to either fans of both the Raimi and Amazing Spider-Man franchises with a fun superhero movie oozing with joy with its great cast and characters, big and small, as well as an 'amazing' performance from Tom Holland who brilliantly combines what Maguire and Garfield brought to the character by truly demonstrating the differences and similarities between the awkward nerd Peter Parker and the quippy crime fighting Spider-Man. The film also gives many critics of Marvel's lack of great villains what they want most, a relatable villain that is as, if not more, interesting than the hero itself and not only is great adversary physically but also psychologically and we see this with Michael Keaton's excellent portrayal of the Vulture. What Spider-Man: Homecoming does best, however, is its attention to detail and world building put into the town of Queens, which feels more real and believable than any other fictional world we have seen in the MCU, making Spider-Man: Homecoming one of the best chapters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and another great example for future superhero movies to learn from.
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