After leaving Captain America: Civil War, maybe the one thing that everyone was talking about was Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, who while only limited to being in about twenty minutes of the film, left one of the biggest lasting impressions, particularly with his interactions with the other characters during the battle. Preparing to be next seen onscreen in Spider-Man: Homecoming as well, one of the biggest questions fans have about the film is which Marvel characters they might get to see pop up.
We already know that the film will feature Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man, as it continues the characters’ mentor/protege relationship introduced in Civil War, but what about the other heroes and Avengers in the MCU? I know I’m not the only one hoping for more interactions between Peter and Paul Rudd’s Scott Lange/Ant-Man.
However, it looks like none other than Captain America himself, Chris Evans, is interested in appearing in the film as well, he revealed while speaking with MTV News:
“Guardians would be fun wouldn’t it? I mean, but that’s very outer spacey. Cap’s more of an earthbound guy. Maybe the next Spider-Man’s. You know those are going to be fantastic and I think Tom’s such a great actor so that might be a fun one to pop up in.”
While their interactions in the film were limited, the small, New York exchange between Cap and Spidey was without a doubt, one of the best and most memorable moments in all of Civil War, and getting to see Cap slowly become impressed with Peter’s skills and powers was something that I know as a Spider-Man fan personally, I was waiting my entire life to see realized onscreen.
I personally believe that Cap might show up at some point in Homecoming, though I don’t know how well that would work with the current continuity and storyline happening in the MCU, especially after the precarious, fugitive-on-the-run position that Cap and the rest of his team members have been left in. Nonetheless, I’m gonna hold out hope for something, at the very least.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to hit theatres on July 7th, 2017.
Make sure to keep checking back for more updates — right here on GeekNation.
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