Filming to resume in New York City and Jon Favreau appearing in the movie are just among the few recent updates from the Spider-Man: Homecoming cast and crew.
The actor playing Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, posted this photo up on his Instagram with the caption “See you soon Atlanta. It’s been real #spidermanhomecoming.” Spider-Man Homecoming was being filmed in Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, where a number of MCU movies were also filmed.
According to Movie Web, fans of the web-slinger got to see a glimpse of the action when production started in Queens, where a lot of the high school scenes are being done. As the movie is on its last few weeks of filming, they are coming back to New York, which is Peter Parker’s hometown in the comics.
There is a good chance fans and bystanders will be able to see more of what is going on behind the scenes as some parts will be filmed in the open streets of the city.
Meanwhile, everyone was pleased to know that Jon Favreau will be reprising his role as Happy Hogan for Spider-Man: Homecoming. According to Cinema Blend, he stated that it was fun to be back as an actor and that he really enjoyed being in other people’s sets. “…It’s all the fun and much less of the responsibility.” He says.
Being a director himself, he also said that he is fine with taking direction from another director because it just makes his life easier on set.
Other stars that are part of the cast of Spider-Man Homecoming include Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Tony Revolori and Michael Keaton, who is reportedly playing the movie’s villain called The Vulture. Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man will also be making an appearance. There have also been rumors of the other Avengers making a cameo appearance but that has not yet been confirmed.
Spider-Man Homecoming premieres on July 7, 2017.
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