It's an interesting idea to build a universe of individual villain films, but in every case, it's going to feel like Spider-Man is missing.
For the moment nothing concrete but just ideas barely evoked by Tom Rothman, the president of Sony.
Spider-Man: Homecoming - which also finds Chris Evans reprising his role as Captain America - opens in theaters on July 7. So of course, if he's imagined what a Spidey movie should look like for years, it's a fair question as to whether he and his colleagues have ever discussed how the Fantastic Four might be incorporated into the MCU. The film also stars Robert Downey Jr.as Iron Man, Michael Keaton as Vulture, Marisa Tomei as May Parker, Laura Harrier as Liz Allan, Bokeem Woodbine as Shocker and more.
"That's why I'm so happy that I got to be a part of it, because it lives on, it's amusing", Tomei said. Will Spider-Man actually appear in the Venom movie?
And Holland himself weighed in on his adventures making the film.
"So much of what we do comes about from conversations like that". "I think everybody is also very distinct characters and it's fun to see how everybody works with each other, and I love the awkwardness and the amusing that comes out of those real moments in high school..."
ComicBook.com and reporter Brandon Davis are reporting details on the number of credit scenes for Spider-Man: Homecoming based off of an early screening for the film. "So it's nice that I'm not the love interest, which means I'm not that girl".
"The one thing about this is that it's the job that keeps on giving, just when I feel like I'm getting used to it, something else happens, and it's a insane, crazy thing to get used to but I'm really enjoying myself and I just hope that this journey continues and I love doing what I do".
All eyes will be on "Homecoming" to see how audiences respond, but it's safe to assume preliminary discussions about "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2" are already taking place.