Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Rating Is Very High On Rotten Tomatoes

Personally, we think Spider-Man could get on just fine without things like traffic jam pilot, considering he, you know, has spidey senses and all. “The notion that Tom could do it and not only be such an unbelievable Peter Parker but also the best Spider-Man stunt person ever… he’d be giving tips to the stuntmen on how to pose and land!”We finally have an answer regarding Sony’s new Venom movie, and whether or not Spider-Man will appear alongside Tom Hardy’s Eddie Brock.The stars of Spider-Man: Homecoming took to the red carpet for the film’s Hollywood premiere Wednesday night, or at least someone who looked like a star. “It’s purely Spider-Man, but also has the right amount of high tech and a lot more bells and whistles”, says Feige.Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released in the U.S. on 6 July, and 7 July in the UK.First Gal Gadot delivered the wow factor as Wonder Woman; then the high speed shenanigans of Baby Driver screeched onto screens and next week we have Tom Holland’s star-making turn as the Webbed Wonder.”Peter goes from having the time of his life battling with the Avengers in Civil War to suddenly feeling like he’s got nothing to do”, explains Holland.Now that many critics have seen the film, it currently holds a 92 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.Meanwhile, Tom previously revealed both Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr. – who too play Marvel superheroes – were on hand to give him advice about fame.Unfortunately, it seems that much like most of MCU antagonists, Keaton’s Vulture will be just a one and done character.After the failure of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, Sony and Marvel should be happy with this third iteration of the character going forward in the future. Because Spider-Man: Homecoming is being made for Sony, that means they’re also putting up all the costs and as such, all profits from the box office go to them. “But then Spider-Man stumbles across high-tech weapons, which leads him down a path of learning and mastering his new abilities and powers”. “He’s as excited to be playing Peter Parker as Peter Parker is about getting to be Spider-Man”, said director Jon Watts.