Spider-Man: Will Iron Man and Captain America Be a Part of the Film? Tom Holland Talks of His Experience, And More

Marvel saw that Spider-Man films have always depicted that same old plot line and hence they decided to focus on a younger version of the character. All the films of Spider-Man start with the superhero who has graduated from high school and hence Marvel decided to go ahead with the plot that will place Spider-Man in the helm of high school life where he has to struggle with the identity of a dorky geek and web-swinging superhero.

With the new image of Spider-man in their mind, Marvel was on the lookout for an actor who was young enough to play the role of a high school student while at the same time being an actor mature enough to carry out the complexities of the superhero. They finally zeroed down on Tom Holland.

Spider-Man will foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Captain America: Civil War and will then have a standalone film. However, with rumors that Iron Man and Captain America slated to make an appearance, there are doubts about the plot line for the story.

Tom Holland has already started working on the film and he spoke about his experience on the set, gushing how amazing it was to work with brilliant actors like Robert Downey Jr., Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson. Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is set to be the youngest member of the Avengers.

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