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Tom Holland Wants Tobey Maguire To Play Uncle Ben In The MCU

Tom Holland Wants Tobey Maguire To Play Uncle Ben In The MCU

Spider-Man: Homecoming has well and truly course-corrected the web-slinger's on-screen standing with fans, after a fleet of underwhelming movies and it became clear that Sony just didn't know what to do with the character.

The actor, who plays Spider-Man (and alter ego Peter Parker) in the summer blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming, had his brown coif slickly-styled with a short-sleeved, button-down top with black and ocean blue stripes with black trousers and grey and black Nike sneakers. They reiterated how the story is completely original and while there will be familiar character and villains, Insomniac and Marvel Games are working to create something unique with more than a few twists on the expectations.

Premiere of the new film "spider-Man: coming home" has not passed by Grand Theft Auto V. So the game has a character that looks indistinguishable from Tom Holland (Tom Holland) and also wears a tight red and blue leotard with a well-familiar emblem of a spider on his chest. "The hardest thing is that it's a Spider-Man game".

Like any teen, Peter pushes against the boundaries established by the adults in his life.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming was released this past weekend to great box office numbers and glowing critical reviews. In the MCU, we now have a younger Aunt May, so why can't we have a younger Uncle Ben? Apart from a running joke where every male in Peter's life has the hots for her - and honestly, who can blame them? - she really doesn't serve any goal in the story.

The trailer also reveals the incredible effort that the developer is putting into making this Spider-Man game one to remember. Watts makes every one of the film's 133 minutes count (including the worth-sticking-around-for-post-credits scenes), relying on Holland's relentless enthusiasm to carry the audience through and delivering action sequences worthy of the character.

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" is showing locally at the Claremore Cinema 8.