Tom Holland Wants This 'Spider-Man' Alum To Play Uncle Ben

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There were initial comparisons between Spider-Man's combat system and Batman's, but Insomniac's community director James Stevenson has said, "Our goals for this fighting is all about improvisation and acrobatics".

Tom Holland is getting everything right about this! "I don't think he'll do it though", Tom told BBC Radio 1 recently.

Spider-Man: Homecoming has had strong review scores across the board, and we can only add to them with our own 4.5 star review, which it undoubtedly deserves. During the interview, Holland discussed the future of his version of the iconic superhero and revealed the character he hopes will appear in follow-up films: namely Peter Parker's dear old (and unfortunately doomed) Uncle Ben.

As of the publishing of this article, Maguire is 42 while Tomei is 52. It sets things up for what will hopefully be a great new series of films, but when it comes to Spider-Man the sequels tend to ruin things in the end, so fans will have their fingers crossed for Tom Holland to become the contradiction to the rule. When the Vulture (Michael Keaton, The Founder) emerges as a threat to the neighbourhood, Spider-Man must do what he can in order to stop him. It certainly aims to have a lot of fun with the character, which it does succeed at but there's more than just that. It's a film that showcases Peter Parker in a young and ambitious role within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

"Homecoming" has now sold over 48 billion won ($42.5 million) in Korea alone, and is now the best-performing foreign movie of 2017. Negative, two villains that the wall-crawler will have to take on in the game.



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