"It's called extreme FOMO", he explained on Twitter (which immediately calls to mind Broad City's perfect Hashtag FOMO episode). "It was my dream to be a meme". With Spider-Man, I felt the people who did the live-action series left out the very elements that made the comic book popular ... Tinkering things. Being super smart.
While we still await more details on the Silver & Black movie.
Ahead of the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, a joint venture between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios, FANDOM spoke to Sony boss Amy Pascal and Marvel chief Kevin Feige to try and clear up the confusion over exactly how Sony's Marvel Universe and the Marvel Cinematic Universe are connected. Spider-Man is back, and he is better than ever...
The beginning of Spider-Man: Homecoming may look familiar - the Avengers knocking the stuffing out of each other on a tarmac in Berlin, a clash of titans we witnessed in last year's Captain America: Civil War. That kind of feels like a 'Spider-Man' director to me. So what about Spider-Man: Homecoming? "This is so surreal". The double hero heft of having both Spidey and Iron Man in the same movie is just too good to miss. But Feige knew, that couldn't be the main focus.
One thing you can expect from almost every Marvel movie is a post-credits scene, prompting the audience to stay in the theater and catch a glimpse into what will happen next.
Who's the kid now, Thor?
The film, amid all of its web-slinging, manages to include relatable themes about growing up.
Further, the consensus seems to be that:Spider-Man: Homecoming does whatever a second reboot can, delivering a colorful, fun adventure that fits snugly in the sprawling MCU without getting bogged down in franchise-building. "Wouldn't this be cool?'" Guess what?
".we get to explore villains we haven't seen before".
And as important as the Stark Spider-suit is, Watts doesn't think it's the end all be all. "I'm so glad he made that decision".