Tom Holland recently let slip that “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is the first solo Spidey film in a trilogy. It seems that Peter Parker is going to have a lot of growing up to do.
Naturally, fans are wondering if the next 2 “Spider-Man” films will continue to feature Iron Man/Tony Stark as Spider-Man’s mentor. Sadly, the answer is no.
The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that although Iron Man won’t be in the 2nd instalment, Sony will be including another Marvel character in it. Who, you ask? It’s anyone’s guess at this point. But we could probably narrow the list after the events of “Avengers: Infinity War”.
It is suggested that Sony may want someone less expansive. Robert Downey Jr. reportedly receives US$5 million per day, for 3 days, while filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. That’s a hefty US$15 million fee in order to draw fans to go watch the fresh reboot.
Another actor that probably won’t show up for “Spider-Man 2” is Michael Keaton, who plays the villainous Vulture in “Homecoming”. Word on the street has it that the 65-year-old actor had only signed a 1-movie contract deal. That could change over time, unless he’s killed off.
In case you’re interested, feel free to check out our “Spider-Man: Homecoming” fun facts feature here.
Source: Movie Web/ Featured image: Marvel.