Although Spider-Man has been the subject of many movies before, the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming" will be a brand new uptake on the character of the wall crawler. This upcoming movie will strip the hero back to his basic core. There will also be some modern twists on what fans have been fed before.
The Movie Is A Brand New Uptake On Spider-Man
For instance, Spidey will have a new suit complete with web wings, and his Aunt May will look a lot younger than the previous ones. More importantly, it appears that in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," the hero will have some sort of a mentor - in the person of Tony Stark. So, the fans will see the Iron Man with Spider-Man.
Spidey and Iron Man interacting with each other had been teased in a few scenes in "Captain America: Civil War." This time, in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," they will be working together. But in what way? Since this will be a brand new uptake on Spider-Man which shows a much younger Peter Parker, it seems that Stark will teach Parker how to be a hero.
Robert Downey has been prominently shown in the recent previews of "Spider-Man: Homecoming." He is pictured giving out advice to Tom Holland, who plays Parker. Downey having a part in the movie has been known for the past several months. But just how he is involved in the life of the young hero is not certain until now.
Downey's Participation Has Been Known Months Back
Downey was interviewed in April 2014 about his probable inclusion in "Spider-Man: Homecoming." When asked if he will be included in the movie, he answered: "Perhaps I will. But then he added: "We don't have a contract yet." Downey added that he loved Spider-Man since he was a kid. With the trailers released recently, fans now know that Downey is really a part of the movie, and his role in Parker's life is now more certain.