While the recent cast announcements and footage released at Comic-Con suggest a good part of Spider-Man: Homecoming will take part in high school, Tom Holland lets it be known the film will still have a lot of intense scenes.
"We haven't yet. We haven't yet," Holland responded to questioning by MTV if he started to mix it up with the Vulture. "We're waiting for that day to come. And it's fun because we've been shooting all the high school stuff with all the cast who are just wonderful, and I love them to bits, and it's so great to work with them, but all the heavy hitters haven't arrived, yet. That's all to come. It's going to get intense. What you saw today [at Comic-Con] is a part of the movie, but there is a whole other side of this movie we that we haven't seen, yet."
We see mention of "heavy hitters," which may suggest more than just the Vulture for Spider-Man: Homecoming as info out of Comic-Con may have accidently leaked two more villains for the movie.
The Comic-Con footage released saw Peter Parker in high school watching footage of the Captain America: Civil War airport scene; of Peter secretly making web fluid while in class; of girls in gym class playing an Avengers-name game with question of "What about Spider-Man" being asked; of Zenday's Michelle making fun of Peter and a friend for staring at girls; of Peter wanting to leave library, with Zendaya's Michelle questioning, "Where are you going" and "What are you hiding," but then teasing, "I don't care"; other footage showed Spider-Man on the back of a truck, and hiding under a table by sticking to it; with a quick glimpse of the Vulture also shown at the end.
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"Spider-Man: Homecoming" has a July 7, 2017 release directed by Jon Watts also starring Michael Keaton, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Tyne Daly, Bokeem Woodbine, with Marisa Tomei, and Robert Downey Jr.
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Marvel Studios' "Captain: Civil War," begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging superhero in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."