'Spider-Man Homecoming, ' director Jon Watts hints that he has exciting new ideas for Spider-Man sequels.
In further news, you can check out the new Spider-Man IMAX poster for the film in the gallery below! Star Tom Holland recently opened up about the villains he wants to face in the Homecoming sequel.
Now, Homecoming director Jon Watts explains the real story behind Peter's appearance in Iron Man 2.
"In the meantime, I think Miles is a big part of the animated movie that Sony's making".
After years of fans wanting Ultimate universe Spider-Man Miles Morales to be given the live action, big screen treatment, we're finally moving closer to that possibility, thanks to Marvel and the MCU. Speaking with Fandango, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige revealed how much we can expect to see the webslinger in the feature.
Spider-Man: Homecoming hits cinemas on July 7, 2017. "I literally had a conversation with [Marvel Studios head] Kevin Feige only 20 minutes ago. I just slid all the way down the steps, tore my ACL!"
As for the movie Sony is making, that would be the now untitled Spider-Man animated movie directed by Bob Persichetti (Puss in Boots, The Little Prince) and Peter Ramsey (Rise of the Guardian), from a script by Alex Hirsch (Gravity Falls), Phil Lord (The Lego Movie), Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie) and Rodney Rothman (22 Jump Street). In Iron Man 2, the Expo was held in ... wait for it ... Until then, maybe all of you can go back through your MCU library and see if any other characters had already made under-the-radar-appearances before their official introductions.
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