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Spider-Man Cosplayers Take Over a Plane in Japan

Spider-Man: Homecoming sees Tom Holland and Marisa Tomei reprising their roles from Captain America: Civil War as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Aunt May, alongside Marvel veterans Robert Downey Jr.as Tony Stark, Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper Potts and Chris Evans as Captain America.Sony has lifted the social media embargo on Spider-Man: Homecoming and it seems critics have taken a liking to the wall-crawler’s latest adventure. Lucky readers in Chicago and Milwaukee can get the scoop early, though, because we’re offering free tickets to advance screenings in both cities for next Wednesday, June 28.We also get confirmation that Stan Lee will have his trademark cameo, this time as the classic character, Gary.So what did everyone think of Spider-Man: Homecoming?It’s an interesting idea to build a universe of individual villain films, but in every case, it’s going to feel like Spider-Man is missing. Rather than exclusively looking to Spider-Man as its hero, Sony will likely find that the concerted effort of it and the slew of other highly anticipated exclusives for the system will assist the company in achieving its sales goal. Fast forward 12 months and change and the British rising star is about to headline his own Spider-Man solo movie. If Homecoming can even live up to it, then we’ll be more than satisfied. The Sony exec had nothing but good things to share about the developer, saying, “Insomniac has hit it out the park in realizing that character in a way that finally Spider-Man plays like you want him to play”. She’s no stranger to superhero movies, let alone Marvel tours. Is it the ideal Spider-Man movie that hardcore fans have been wanting since Spider-Man 3’s letdown?