In “Captain America: Civil War,” we will see almost every member of the “Avengers” pitted against each other. It will all come down to every superhero’s skill and fighting abilities to prove themselves effective in the upcoming war. Talking about effectiveness, perhaps everyone’s eyes will be set on the youngest participant in the war, Spider-Man. The web slinger who will be shown in his early days as a superhero will have lots to prove when the battle begins. Recent updates prove that he might just sail through comfortably during the war.
According to Cinema Blend, the movie will not be showing Spider-Man’s origin story as a lot of things are already there which are more important. So when we say origin story, everything from how Peter got his power to how his uncle died will not be shown in the movie, instead Peter will be shown working under the identity of Spider-Man for over a year, which qualifies him as a hero who at least knows the basics of how to fight bad guys.
Besides that, he will be known amongst the public in NYC as a myth. This further hints at the fact that no one would actually be aware of that there’s a costumed crime fighter amongst them who crawls on walls and shoots webs. We can see the web slinger showing some real good skills, while fighting Captain America or Iron Man or any bad guy in the movie, only because of his one year of being a hero.
It is also reported that till the time we reach the untitled solo Spider-Man movie, Peter will have been fighting crime for over two years.
Movie Pilot added that the events occurring in the untitled solo Spider-Man movie could show a storyline that focuses on how a young Peter is dealing with crime and managing high school especially, when just a year back he saw some of the biggest “Avengers” fighting against each other in a death battle. It would surely be amazing to see which direction do the makers take the young web slinger and how is he dealing with things around him especially, when he will get to see a massive battle right in front of his eyes and more importantly be a part of it. “Captain America: Civil War” will release next year on May 6th.
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