The real story behind Peter Parker's Iron Man 2 cameo

Emilio Banks
June 28, 2017

Setting that story arc aside for Homecoming, Jon now says there's an opportunity to explore more Spider-Man villains and more about Peter Parker's evolution as a teenager and as a superhero.

Watts was also asked about his involvement, confirming that he's contracted to return: "I don't like talking about anything until the movie comes out..."

"I mean, I remember watching that with Kevin Feige and everyone and being like, 'Does the math work on that?' He was like, 'It might, maybe.' Then I found out that was Jon Favreau's kid". "In the meantime, I think Miles has a big animation project from Sony". "It's cool. I like the idea that Peter Parker has been in the universe since the beginning".

Not only is his portrayal true to the comic books' outline of Spider-Man but he also adapts to make it seem like just another teenager in today's world, as he uses social media to spread awareness about himself and acts just like any regular teen would in 2017. In the Iron Man mask.' Like, he'd be about the right age for that. I kid ... I kid. Rectons, crossovers, and amendments have been a mainstay of that medium for decades.

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Marvel fans are sure to enjoy to the crossover of the Marvel universe with Tony Stark/ Iron Man being Peter Parker/ Spider-Man's mentor and occasionally hitting on Aunt May played by Marisa Tomei.

In a recent interview with Screen Crush, Feige addressed how, during Spider-Man: Homecoming, Donald Glover's character Aaron Davis casually mentions his nephew-who, in Marvel's comics, is Miles Morales. But where we go ... we definitely want you to go "He's there".

A young Peter Parker / Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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