Are you looking forward to a great movie night? Mark the dates on your calendar: June 28th (NYC) and July 7th (U.S.), the days when Spider-Man: Homecoming will be out in theaters for everyone to watch and relish. The hero returns in a timeline set months after Captain America that is Civil War and the movie focuses on 15-year old Peter Parker’s struggle to maintain his Avenger life with his school persona while living with his Aunt May and being trained by Tony Stark when he is forced to face Vulture, a new villain who puts his skills to the test.
The movie stars called Tom Holland acting as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Marisa Tomel as the Aunt May and Robert Downey acting as Tony Stark, Michael Keaton as Vulture, and Zendaya as Michelle, an awkward classmate of Parker. This installment has been revealed to be the first of a trilogy, according to lead actor, Tom Holland, who has signed on to do three Spider-Man titles. Fifteen years after the release of the first Spider-Man movie, critics expecting this movie to be the best yet, partially due to the positive reviews of Holland’s introduced role in Captain America that is Civil War.
In depth, the hopes and predictions for the greatness of Spider-Man: Homecoming result from the uniqueness of the teenage version of Peter Parker. A large stake that the movie holds is the fact that the teenage Parker is actually played by a teenage Tom Holland which lets the movie be more relatable from the on-screen character. Another factor piquing curiosity is the idea that the movie won’t include the origin story of Parker being bitten by the radioactive spider and that will allow him to spend the movie discovering himself rather than his powers. Some fans are also looking forward to the diversity found in the cast, in both race and gender, with Donald Glover and Zendaya playing parts, the latter who plays one of two main female roles in the movie. Last but not least, the fact remains that when you have Tony Stark, you have Ironman. It would not be a surprise to see a decent amount of Robert Downey Jr. in this film, only one of the reasons fans will be rushing to the theaters.
When in doubt, watch Spider-Man: Homecoming for a taste of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the movie is rated PG-13 without any excess of bloodshed or cursing that will be a relief to parents planning to take the family. All in all, watching Spider-Man: Homecoming may the climax of your year at the theater and don’t miss the chance on July 7th, 2017.