Spider-Man: Homecoming is painfully predictable and can not stand out from the rest of the MCU films, thanks to its aversion for creative risks.
It stumbles a bit when bringing in pieces of the larger Marvel Comics Universe; Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark/Iron Man, and the flip attitude that once defined Downey's characterization of the billionaire playboy has given way to something resembling parody.
The film is overflowing with stellar talent, even in the smallest of roles and not counting the Marvel loaners in Robert Downey Jr.
Marvel's cinematic history also suggests that Morales could very well appear in a future film as a sidekick to Peter Parker.
During the promotional tour of Spider Man: Homecoming, the protagonist of The Impossible has explained to the BBC that he had to record certain scenes several times simply because he wasn't able to get the accent just right. His best friend Ned is the only non-superhero who knows his secret, and while he tries to help keep Peter grounded, he also can't help geeking out about his friend's alter-ego, which can be less than helpful at times.
But Spider-Man: Homecoming belongs to Tom Holland.
Toomes and his crew want one more big score of weapons tech and this comes together in the final act just as Peter is preparing for, you guessed it, Homecoming.
That salary of $155,000 a year seems a little cheap to me - especially considering that Steve Rogers was frozen for 60 years and has saved the world on at least four occasions. That is largely because the movie was co-written by John Francis Daley, who starred on Feig's series as a baby-faced freshman - and who now echoes some of his character's aspects for Tom Holland's 15-year-old Peter Parker. Another sign, along with the Miles shoutouts above, that Spider-Man: Homecoming draws more on Ultimate Marvel than anything else.
"Can't you just be a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man?!"
But while Holland will pop up in "Infinity War", don't expect to see the rest of May's reaction in that film. Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: Homecoming focuses on Peter Parker trying to balance surviving high school with surviving a life of being a spandex-clad superhero. With Homecoming expanding to 4,341 locations today, it could hit $100 million domestically. That's why I love movies. "I feel like our generation is moving past this whole [idea] that you can't cast someone who's not of the right race for a character, and I really think we're breaking through and changing that, and Z is ideal for it". When events led to Spider-Man and his family being homeless (house burned down by a dang villain), Tony let them stay in Stark Tower and even built him a new costume dubbed the Iron Spider armor.