‘Captain America: Civil War’: Tom Holland Has Already Finished Filming For the Movie
It is now confirmed that Spider-Man will be seen swinging into action in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” however to what extent his role in the movie will be was highly speculated. Recent updates have revealed some information about same. Read on for more details.
According to International Business Times, it was being speculated that the web slinger will have a little cameo in the movie as opposed to the character’s more in-depth participation in the civil war comics. It should be noted that Spider-Man was first on the pro-registration side. It was before changing his alliance and going over to the anti-registration side.
In a recent interview with Vulture, screenwriters Jonathan M Goldstein and John Francis Daley confirmed that everyone’s favorite web-slinger will indeed have a cameo in the film before moving on to this stand-alone reboot in 2017. Tom Holland, who was recently cast in the titular role, finally finished shooting his scenes. The screenwriters also mentioned that they would be going over to the Marvel Studios to watch the actual film footage and get to see the new web slinger suit. They also mentioned that fans, unfortunately, will only see a little Spider-Man action, but the movie is meant to act like a debuting stage for the wall-crawling superhero.
Spider-Man is undoubtedly one of the most relatable characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There are chances that with this movie, he will be seen as a high school student when he gets acquainted with the superhero scenario. Earlier reports suggest that the web slinger will already be balancing as a high school student and being a full-time crime fighter in New York.
The upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” will see a disagreement turning into a major battle as former “Avengers” allies Captain America and Iron Man will be fighting it out for their respective beliefs. However, Crossbones and Baron Helmut Zemo will be featuring as the main villains of the movie. It will hit theaters on May 6, 2016.
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