After the company founded by Martin Goodman and presided by Stan Lee bought back the image rights, they chose to integrate Spider-Man into the Avengers universe.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has had an elaborate plan for each character they present. As the Vulture, he's willing to do whatever it takes to get Spider-Man out of the picture, but Spider-Man won't go down without a fight. Interestingly enough, two of the dirt worst superhero movies since then also featured the webslinger: Raimi's terrible Spider-Man 3 in 2007, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014, which killed the rebooted franchise before it could even make the planned Sinister Six film it spent 2 hours setting up.
"Just because you get superpowers, doesn't mean you become an adult or sophisticated or can get the girl", Goldstein said in the interview. In Civil War, Spider-Man played a huge role in the epic Avengers battle in Berlin.
"I think how we explore it in a cinematic sense will change". And now, like all obedient franchises, they're trying to start all over again, this time with the much more age-appropriate Tom Holland in "Spider-Man: Homecoming". So, you know what, maybe it's even better than my buddy and I could have dreamed. "But my gymnastics background has been so helpful with this role because we were able to do things with Peter Parker that they probably haven't ever been able to do in the past". And now, same thing. Blended with the pratfalls of his day-to-day teen life, dealing with his nosy best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon), his high school crush Liz (Laura Harrier) and his still-in-the-dark guardian Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), "Homecoming" puts together a fun perspective on the comic book genre that feels fresh, even if technically we've already seen it a couple of times.
This year has seen an unlikely alliance forged between superheroes and one of their longtime foes: movie critics.
Sam Raimi first brought Spider-Man to the big screen with 2002's blockbuster. When I bring that moment up to Watts, he is reticent about who first came up with the idea-nor is he exactly sure where this moment will lead for Peter other than instant, mega grounding. "That, more than anything else, is what I was looking forward to, and I got to have a lot of fun shooting that stuff". Now he's back in the Marvel fold, fresh from his scene-stealing introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War a year ago, with a brand-new solo movie that has the hard task of introducing an entirely new version of a character most people aren't just familiar with, but are now exhausted of seeing rebooted. Sort of. It's complicated, and the aforementioned Venom spinoff is apparently back on the table, but won't be an MCU film, but any movie starring Spider-Man will be, and they'll be produced by Marvel but marketed by Sony, who will also reap all the profits, except for when Spider-Man appears in a Disney-produced MCU film (like next year's Infinity War).