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"The shot of [Spider-Man and Iron Man] together in Queens, that was never in the movie", Watts revealed.
"Yeah, Chameleon's cool. I wonder is it that cool of an ability nowadays?" Just click Next and let's get started! Like, we'd have to come up with a way to make him to be more than just that.
"The hotel atrium shot was originally created for Comic-Con, for like a sizzle reel before we had really shot anything; we had shot like two weeks of footage or something", Watts explains.
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"I think he has it with or without that suit". And I was like, 'If he's going to be in this movie, who could he be?' So, we're not saying anything specifically, but Aaron Davis having a nephew in New York City. I mean, that was sort of a big showy part of previous versions and we thought that we'd make it more of an internal, sort of second nature thing for him.
I grew to love more heroes and books, and later I would look for specific artists and writers, but my heart has always held a special place for Spider-Man.
The plot is relatively simple: Peter Parker, revelling in his almost-promotion to the Avengers, is exhausted of cooling his heels waiting to make it to the big leagues. This is the beginning of a new era for Peter Parker. The reboot, which arrives just three years after the last Spider-Man incarnation starring Andrew Garfield, is projected to earn at least $100 million domestic in its opening weekend, and $190 million to $200 million worldwide, per Deadline. The Spidey cover, however, featured Spider-Man trapped in a glass tube, seemingly captured by the Fantastic Four.
This weekend, Spider-Man: Homecoming will also sweeten its first weekend sum by opening in about 60 percent of its overseas markets, not including the increasingly important China, Japan, France, Germany, and Spain, Deadline reports. If Homecoming thrives during its theatrical run, it will be the third superhero film to rejuvenate the lagging summer box office, after Wonder Woman and Guardians of the Galaxy 2-which is still one of the most successful films of this season.