The effort to make Spider-Man: Homecoming a teen superhero movie is quite interesting, and it is also a wise move to talk about Hughes due to his hits like Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Pretty in Pink and The Breakfast Club.
When it comes to this genre, Hughes is very much respected. However, it Homecoming wants to be influenced by Hughes; the movie will need to deal with class. For that, Peter Parker is an ideal character who shows how lives of modern teenagers can be affected by money.
It is clear that Peter Parker by Tom Holland cannot start playing American Football which shows a lack of power, in the high-school setting. According to his appearance in Civil War, money problems will play a major role in the life of Peter Parker.
It will be interesting to see Peter Parker deal with high school politics and dealing with the lack of money at the same time.
It will also be interesting to see him fight a bald villain. You will recollect that Garfield’s Peter Parker was never as relatable as that of Toby Maguire’s. Sure, Aunt May had to work at two jobs to keep the family from falling apart, but it never seemed like it.
There is a lot riding on Spider-Man: Homecoming and fans are seriously expecting this movie to deliver accordingly.
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