We bet there will be so much fun watching the 3rd generation of Peter Parker hanging out with a mentor as cool as Tony Stark. It’s confirmed that Steve Rogers comes along though his role is a minor part. We understand if there’s no room yet for both to reconcile after the incident in Civil War. Cap might turn more sober than ever while Stark remains not so serious as he always be.
The Homecoming plot takes no advantage of whatever left by the original and Amazing series. Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man is on his own, starts fresh by swinging further into the youth in which he’s allowed to make silly prank and have other friends but Harry Osborn. It’s also the time in which Peter breaks free from Gwen Stacy and MJ and gets a crush on someone out of his senior’s league. She’s neither blonde nor red-haired, she’s Liz Allan deliberately portrayed as an Afro-American in order to give the new series a color hasn’t been tried before.
The villain is anticipated. He’s Vulture, a flying villain played by former Batman as well as Birdman. Neither heroic nor delusional, Michael Keaton is assigned to play a suitable match for a 15-year-old kid who’s about to face the fiery superhero world.
Stark obviously avoids any emotional bond with his new teen colleague. “It’s not a hug. We’re not there yet.” It will be mostly technical meetups full of list of do’s and don’ts Peter should obey. The only problem, Spider-Man: Homecoming ain’t an Avengers movie and regardless of how young Peter is, he’s born to lead.
Release Schedule: July 2017