Facts You Didn’t Know About Spider-Man: Homecoming

With a new piece of news, Spider-Man Peter Parker has already graced our screens multiple times and the Marvel Cinematic Universe has got its own version of the web-slinging superhero Spider-Man: Homecoming to justify its existence.

The current version of Spider-Man is by far our favorite. Let’s take a look at 20 facts you didn’t know about Spider-Man: Homecoming. Where the character originated, Holland appeared in “Captain America: Civil War” as Spidey.

Sony decided to film him another Andrew Garfield “Spider-Man”, so he turned his attention to a new actor. Being some old Peter Parker, they wanted someone who was maybe 16.

Logan Lerman included Timothée Chalamet and Liam James. The last two under consideration were Asa Butterfield and Holland with the latter winning. The screenwriters credited for the film are almost as tall as the main cast. Six different people received writing credits on the film.

Quite comprised of two writing teams. One of those teams, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daly, got credit for the story. Jon Watts dips his toe into the world of Spider-Man before getting the job.

Watts called for mood reels that featured Nick Fury as Parker’s mentor. Vats had completed directing the film. Marvel bigwig Kevin Feige says John Hughes films served as an influence for ‘Homecoming’.

Watts cited Cameron Crowe’s “Say Anything and Almost Famous” as a reference to coming-of-age films. UMJ’s character was inspired by Eli Sheedy’s character in The Breakfast Club. Mary Jane Watson aka MJ is Peter Parker’s classic love interest.

Kirsten Dunst played him in the first “Spider-Man” trilogy. Zendaya’s MJ. He’s not MJ. His name is Michelle. Since her character plays the same role in the story, she decided to make her a tribute to MJ.

He was promoted to play Spider-Man. He mentions a nephew in the film which was a nod to the comics. Aaron Miles is Morales’ uncle who split from Spider-Man.

Homecoming Morales appeared in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, which also starred his uncle Aaron. Marvel has many villains like Ultron or Thanos. Watts didn’t want a regular guy as the villain.

It was Peter’s turn to transform from a regular kid into a superhero. This type of villain could potentially be on the radar of the Avengers. Morita, the principal of Peter’s school, may sound familiar as Michael Keaton the Vulture.

He is played by Kenneth Choi who played Jim Morita in Captain America: The First Avenger.

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