Release dates: 6 July 2017 (Germany, Russia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Israel, Netherlands) 7 July 2017 (USA, Sweden) 27 July 2017 (Brazil) 28 July 2017 (UK, Norway) More details coming soon.
Characters: (Actors in brackets) Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland) Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) Michelle (Zendaya) Manuel (Tony Revolori) Unknown (Laura Harrier) Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) Unknown Villain (Michael Keaton (In final negotiations))
Title is a little cheesy but it gets the point across in both ways, being that the movie could be based around his 'homecoming' and the 'homecoming' could also refer to Spider-man's rights returning to Marvel.
Either way, I'm cautiously optimistic about this. I liked a lot of aspects in the Raimi films and even found small ideas in the Webb series that i liked. Always being a fan of the idea of progression in terms of him developing the suit, so hopefully they have a form of progression throughout the film. Kind of like how Iron Man has progressively changing suits and occasional focus on him upgrading them.
Though i do desire to see an ongoing story this time, no more reboots, no more trilogy's then ending - just have us see an ongoing series of Spider-man films. He has a large amount of villains who he has not faced and by casting a young actor we could see him grow and age for a bunch of films. Honestly, i know it might be expecting too much, but I'd like to see a Spider-man flick every 2 years, hopefully with six films at least - developing the character to the point where we could see him face off against a fully developed Sinister Six.
Would honestly make a lot of sense, given they've already introduced 'Falcon' into the MCU and if they wanted to have the Vulture they could just have him use a similar technology. Could even develop the idea that Oscorp made the flight system used by Falcon and simply have Vulture steal it.
Also the good thing is with Spider-man, chances are that his villains wont be killed off, given he's not particularly viewed as someone who would kill off a villain. So we could see the same villain turn up later, in presumably a version of the 'Sinister Six' when they attempt that.
(Ignore the "New Avenger" thing, I just mean the look of the name)
This logo looks extremely unfitting with the rest of the title line-ups, I mean good on them for capturing the young and fresh aspect of Spider-Man's character, but it just looks poorly laid out.
In terms of the movie in general, I am hopefully optimistic about Tom Holland's performance, but that may change after I see how he does in Civil War. I am also interested in seeing an even more comic accurate suit in this film versus Civil War (maybe throw in the underarm webs, eh?).
I commend Marvel for doing something different and creating this new "Michelle" character, but I dislike the acting choice completely, right now it's hard for me to see Zendaya's casting as anything more than a ploy to get people around this totally different version.
Actually "Michelle" could be a code name for Exist Spider-Man's One of many crushes than a New Character, And the logo is based on the Classic "The Amazing Spider-Man" logo, but without "The Amazing" in the title.