Oct 13, 2016 11:53 PM EDT
‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ High School Dance Finally Confirmed[VIDEO]
The rumored high school dance, which would be an event in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," was confirmed. The title of the movie is also a hint of this event.
During the "Ghostbusters" Hollywood premiere, IGN interviewed CEO Tom Rothman of Sony Pictures Entertainment, and talked about "Spider-Man: Homecoming," which will be produced by Marvel Studios and to be distributed by Sony. This will be a part of the present deal that produced Spider Man to "Captain America: Civil War."
According to this interview, the details about the next "Spider-Man" movie have only been sourced out from casting announcement and set photos, as well as through its suggestive title. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said that "Spider Man: Homecoming" will be made by John Hughes, who is the man behind "The Breakfast Club," "Pretty in Pink," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and "Beethoven."
This homecoming dance news posted on a wordpress blog is said to be true. According to Rothman, the title is relevant to the story because it takes place in high school and there is a scene - which could give a little thing - at a homecoming dance. According to the Rothman, he has seen the dailies of it because they already did the high school shooting of the movie in the first couple weeks and it turned out to be fantastic.
So, if the homecoming dance is a part of the storyline of the" Spider-Man: Homecoming 2" - then what does it mean. Well, Spider Man is known to be an expert in balancing his date moments along with his superheroic stunts. Maybe a high chance will come for that someone to come in crashing the last dance.
So far, there are three actors that will be playing as villains. They are Michaek Keaton, Prometheus' Logan Marshmallow Green, and Fargo's Bokeem Woodbine. Rumors are circulating that Keaton will be taking on the role of The Vulture. It is an old-ass man with a winged flight suit.
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