Spider-Man Tom Holland Teased For Venom Movie

"Spider-man, due for release in 2018 is being developed by Insomniac Games

Essentially, Watts confirmed that Spider-Man has a long and prosperous future in the MCU.

Some lucky fans in California were treated to an early viewing of the movie, and one very vocal fan has claimed that Spider-Man: Homecoming is one of the best Spidey movies ever made.

Hyperbole is always a good sign, but doesn't always point towards a reliable critical consensus.

Then Sony announced to expand the Spider-Man universe by announcing Venom for 2018 with Tom Hardy in the starring role, followed by an upcoming Black Cat/ Silver Sable movie rumored to be in production.

Much of the success of the movie is likely due to the superb casting and exciting action set-pieces, crafts that Marvel has perfected during their many years spend producing #MCU features.

Tom Holland made his debut as the popular superhero in 2016's box office juggernaut Captain America: Civil War, but it's a little unclear what is left on his contract in regards to the MCU after his upcoming Avengers: Infinity War appearances (Marvel had said that Avengers 4 was as far as it goes for now, although the star did recently suggest he was contracted for two Homecoming sequels).

Realistically speaking, the business partnership is a lucrative one for both Sony and Marvel, so I really doubt there is any reason to worry.

Tom Holland, who plays Peter Parker/Spider Man, shared the details of his awkward first meeting with Marvel Cinematic Universe's Iron Man Robert Downey Jr, who plays his onscreen mentor in the new movie.

In a recent interview, she said that the filming of the movies may take place in different locations but these movies will "still all be in the same world and they will be connected to each other". Therefore, it's fantastic to hear that lightning is likely to have struck twice for the young actor.

Are you looking forward to seeing Spider-Man's homecoming?