‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Shooting – CHECK!


In a recent Instagram post Tom Holland, the star of ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, has revealed that shooting on the highly anticipated marvel reboot of Spider-man has wrapped up. The movie has been shot mostly in Atlanta but recently moved to the web crawlers’ signature neighborhood of Queens for the home stretch of the shoot.

Our last day on @spidermanhomecoming and this how we are feeling but we got this hahah 😂

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While fans did get to see some set photos for the production in Atlanta, it wasn’t until the shift to New York a flood of set photos and videos surfaced, much to the delight of fans. Without a doubt Holland’s Spider-man was one of the funniest parts of Captain America Civil War, which made fans of the classic superhero even more excited to the the web-slinger in his own movie.


With the release slated at July 7, 2017 the movie has wrapped up production in more or less scheduled time which is yet another testament to the hit making machine that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At the San Diego Comic-Con 2016, Marvel confirmed the casting of Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Donald Glover, and also revealed Zendaya’s roles as Mary Jane Watson. It was also revealed that the Vulture would be the film’s villain.


While this is the third time a Hollywood has made spider-man it is the first attempt by marvel studios to get the web-slinger right. Previous iterations weren’t disappointing but the prospect that Marvel, with the roll they are on, seemingly can’t make a bad movie is really something to get the fans jumping with joy. With his performance in Captain America Civil War, Tom Holland really established himself as the best and most comic accurate representation of the beloved character.
With this unveil of shooting being wrapped up fans should really start to look forward to a trailer that will likely drop in the weeks to follow, and with much of the plot details still under wraps, the trailer will really give the fans a look into the “homecoming” of one of the oldest characters in the marvel comic universe as he comes back to marvel after a long time away at Sony Pictures.