Tom Holland’s Spider-Man debuts in Captain America: Civil War and apparently has quite a few scenes (although we’ve only seen two of them so far and heard a description of a third). We also recently learned Robert Downey Jr. has definitely signed a separate contract to show up in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which he hinted at in the past. It’s interesting to note Downey also hinted during the same interview that Chris Evans might make an appearance as Captain America in Spidey’s movie. Now Holland is hinting at it, too.
In the interview with MTV above, Holland speaks about the characters he hopes will appear in his movie, as transcribed by Comics Alliance:
“I really like Iron Man, he’s obviously my favorite. I’d like Cap to show up at some point. I think that would be really cool if he did.”
That’s certainly nothing official, but at least he seems to think adding Captain America to the film is still an option.
Holland — reminding us that this Peter Parker is definitely still a high-school kid — also spoke about what differentiates his Spider-Man from Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s.
“You’re really gonna get to see a kid with superpowers. And one of the nicest things about [Captain America: Civil War] is that you see a real kid reacting to Avengers just how a real kid would.”
By that we assume he means a real kid we’d actually like to see on screen, and not a real kid going through a Captain B*tchface phase…
(Via Comics Alliance)