Spider-Man: Homecoming has already finished shooting, but we’ve yet to see so much as a single official image from the highly anticipated reboot. That’s probably because Marvel Studios want to keep the focus on Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but it’s still easy enough to imagine us getting some sort of first look before 2016 is over.
For now though, a very interesting new detail may have been revealed via Reddit. Apparently, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige took part in a Q&A on Thursday following a Doctor Strange screening and told fans in attendance that composer Michael Giacchino will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to work on Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Here’s what that Reddit user had to say to about how it went down:
“Kevin Feige accidentally let slip that Michael Giacchino will be composing the music for Spiderman: Homecoming. He then said ‘We announced that right? I really hope we announced that.'”
Both the Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man series had very distinctive scores, so it’s great to hear that the same will likely be the case with Spider-Man: Homecoming. Marvel and Sony haven’t issued an official press release with a synopsis and full cast list for the reboot just yet, but when they do, it definitely sounds like we’ll see Giacchino’s name listed there.