How It Should Have Ended names the five states of watching a Spider-Man reboot before Homecoming arrives. Spider-Man: Homecoming does have two after-credits scenes, including a potentially major spoiler in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The massive movie will unite characters from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe - the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Captain Marvel and Spider-Man - to fight the ultimate big bad: Thanos.
And then, we have a capable villain in Michael Keaton's character Adrian Toomes who goes after Spidey as he foils his robbery attempts and attempts at selling alien technology. That said, in the second movie, it makes sense that he becomes more mature.
Spider-Man: Homecoming has been received very well by critics, and was given rave reviews. It may be Peter Parker's movie, but the diverse young cast of characters that oscillate around our awkward, web-slinging hero at Midtown Tech are every bit as captivating. So with all of that history to draw from, it's obvious that we can expect to see parts of this movie that jumped right off of the pages of Spider-Man comic books.
"Vulture chooses not to tell him, but Gargan is still on the warpath to take down Spider-Man. So when Ned finally finds out Peter's secret, it's the greatest thing in the world for him - it's going to be so cool having Spider-Man as his best friend".
Spider-Man: Homecoming also has a current Rotten Tomatoes score of 93%. Bokeem Woodbine from "Fargo" plays a fantastic henchman, and Tony Revolori nails high school bully Flash.
Another bonus is the end-credits scene - definitely worth the wait.
Marvel fans and moviegoers alike have had Friday, July 7 figuratively circled on their calendars thanks to Holland's debut performance in "Captain America: Civil War". Instead, Marvel served up this silly nothingburger, with a knowing wink.
Looking at all the reports and details of the Sony deal with Starz, unfortunately, I don't think Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released on Netflix, unless something has already been worked out between Disney and Sony and Netflix and Starz.style="text-align: center;"