SPOILERS: Marvel Studios President On The Final Scene In 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Saturday, 08 Jul, 2017

Warning: spoilers ahead for Spider-Man: Homecoming, in theaters now.

After encountering The Shocker and other arms dealers working for The Vulture and The Tinkerer, Davis tells Spider-Man that he is a petty criminal, and doesn't want that kind of potentially world-altering tech floating around this neighborhood - after all, he has a nephew here.

Tom Holland recently confirmed that there will be a new Spider-Man trilogy, with each movie believed to take place during one year of his high school career, since Spider-Man: Homecoming takes place during Peter's sophomore year. And seriously, the girl Peter likes, Liz (Laura Harrier) has a crush on Spider-Man... how do you NOT run up to her and show off your powers???

In that story, Spider-Man battles the mysterious Master Planner (later revealed as Doc Oc), a fight that leaves the wall-crawler trapped under a pile of heavy machinery.

"It wasn't too hard for me to play a 15-year-old because I genuinely feel like I'm 15", he told Travers.

You can check it out from the Microsoft Store here. Basically, prior films suggest that Parker could take someone under his wing (or web) - and it would make sense for that person to be Morales. But at the time, audiences still needed to superhero films to hit beats that now seem overly familiar; a big chunk of the first Spider-Man focused on Peter Parker's origin story.

SPOILERS: Marvel Studios President On The Final Scene In 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'
SPOILERS: Marvel Studios President On The Final Scene In 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Critics had high hopes for Tom Holland's Spider-Man after an appearance in last year's Captain America: Civil War.

With this new film, Holland said, the action starts right away and people don't need to see what they already know.

Thanks to a quick opening prologue, we know an embittered contractor named Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) has been hoarding and honing the alien technology ever since the aftermath of the Avengers' battle in NY. Along the way, Parker stumbles across a bigger villain to catch: Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes, a blue collar dad who's just trying to feed his family by moonlighting as Vulture and selling alien weapons to thieves. Tom Holland played the part to perfection. She was bitten by the same spider that bit Peter Parker. He's just an excited kid who filmed the whole adventure and ever since has been thirsting for more Avengers action.

For this list we've ranked the 30 best characters in the MCU, dead or alive, from "Iron Man" to "Spider-Man: Homecoming".

They both also mess up from time to time, so that's an interesting dynamic to watch. He embodies the character in the same way Hugh Jackman just IS Wolverine and, more close to home, RDJ just IS Tony Stark. Spider-Man's feel-good NY moment is stolen from him.

They are set at the Washington Monument and on the Staten Island Ferry, with hundreds of lives at stake each time and Spider-Man making things worse before he makes them better.