Sep 05, 2016 08:33 PM EDT
'Spider-Man: Homecoming News & Spoilers: Tom Holland Shares A 'Badass' Photo On Instagram; Jon Favreau Has Been Cast For Homecoming. [VIDEO]
Actor Tom Holland, who will portray the iconic Marvel "Web Slinger" in the upcoming Sony-Marvel film, "Spider-Man: Homecoming," has posted a "badass" image of himself in costume and on the set of the upcoming superhero flick on his Instagram account.
In a report done by The Wrap, Holland's Instagram post shows Holland's shadowy image, located in a dark, and dangerous-looking alleyway. The message along with his shared photo says a simple thank you to George Cottle, who is a stunt man in his upcoming movie. He also thanks Cottle's team, saying that he's grateful to Cottle and his team for making him look like a "badass."
A photo posted by ✌️ (@tomholland2013) on Sep 1, 2016 at 1:51pm PDT
Ever since his debut as Spider-Man in Marvel's most recent superhero film, which is the third Captain America more, Marvel fans have become more positive and more at peace about the his upcoming reprisal of the famous "Wall Crawler."
On a much different note, according to Variety, Jon Favreau has been cat to reprise his role as "Happy Hogan." Favreau has directed and first portrayed the role of Tony Stark's bodyguard/chauffeur in the very first "Iron Man" film, which kickstarted the "Marvel Cinematic Universe" back in 2008.
Favreau's continued on and directed "Iron Man 2," but the film received por reviews from critics and was later replaced by "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang" and "Lethal Weapon" director, Shane Black for "Iron Man 3," with Favreau simply continuing his role as Happy Hogan.
Favreau's most recent project was helming the live-action adaptation of the Disney classic, "The Jungle Book," which was released to critical-acclaim, and was also beloved by moviegoers for the incredible use of groundbreaking CGI, and the voice talents that were brought in for the roles.
With Favreau's recent directorial win, can he also be brought in to help out director Jon Watts? Either way, he would be a great addition to the cast as his presence in the movie could add a bit more mature levity to an almost entirely young cast.
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" opens on theaters on July 7, 2017.
Video courtesy of Collider.
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