New details are emerging for the Marvel blockbuster as Englishmen Tom Hardy and Tom Holland prepare to engage for 2018.
Wanting to champion her own run in the franchise until Sony and Marvel changed plans again, the latest Peter Parker has reacted to Dunst's criticism.
Tom Holland has explained that he is just at the beginning of a three-part journey in the MCU as a famous director takes a swipe at the MCU.
As Kirsten Dunst takes a swipe at Sony and Marvel for the reboot, Tom Holland said his Peter Parker will be trading on classic 80s nostalgia.
The young Englishman has clearly read up on the comic books as he tells the press which supervillains and superheroes he would prefer for the sequel to Homecoming.
Having been attached to the project for so long, Miller opens up about the movie that finally made it to the big screen as the Spider-Man: Homecoming star has a major role.
While Tom Holland dropped an Empire Strikes Back reference in Civil War, the actor admitted that the first trilogy passed him by.
Despite the obvious contractual Marvel and DC divide in the superhero world, the youngster has admitted to being a huge fan of the Aquaman star.
Walking into a room alongside Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, the 20-year old recalls the craziest day of his life as he attempted to become the new Peter Parker.
Getting into character to play schoolboy Peter Parker, actor Tom Holland took his method acting to the next level by infiltrating an unsuspecting precinct.
The 46-year old is said to be giving away his part as William Brandt to focus on playing Hawkeye for two key blockbusters in the Marvel Universe
Tom Holland decided to discard his precious information in a very public display, as fans get a better glimpse for the villain in the upcoming blockbuster.