The upcoming reboot of Spider-Man has been titled Spider-Man Homecoming. Sony unveiled the title at the ongoing CinemaCon, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The studio also brought Tom Holland, who will star as the young Peter Parker, as the surprise guest to the jamboree. The 19-year-old actor was flown to Las Vegas straight from the premiere of Captain America: Civil War in Hollywood.
A new slice of footage shown on stage featured the teenage Parker literally coming home to find his Aunt May — played by Marisa Tomei — speaking with Tony Stark, a combination possible since Sony and Marvel made a deal to allow Spidey into the comic company’s current cinematic universe. Spider-Man also plays a prominent role in Civil War.
In a short interview with Entertainment Weekly, Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige was quick to confirm that there will be some other big superheroes showing up in the Spider-Man movie, simply stating that’s the appeal of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the first place.
Tom Holland is the third actor to play the role since Tobey Maguire donned the suit in 2002. The film, directed by Jon Watts, is set to hit US theatres July 7, 2017.
Here’s the official logo for the movie