New York, one of the busiest spots on planet Earth and the city that never sleeps, is currently playing host to Spider-Man: Homecoming. That makes it a little difficult (read: practically impossible) for Marvel and director Jon Watts to keep the 2017 tentpole under wraps, particularly when any given daily schedule would typically involve scores of exterior shots and stunts.
And so, excited fans have been bombarded with numerous videos and photos captured from the set, each offering up some morsels of details regarding the core story underpinning Watts’ hotly-anticipated reboot. The latest media dumps hails from Twitter, where a handful of eagle-eyed fans and outlets unveiled images of Tom Holland in action both as a dressed-down Peter Parker and the Wall-Crawler we know and love.
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We’ve included a small handful of them here for you to peruse. Some images may be seen as spoiler-sensitive, so if you’re out to chew through each and every tidbit that surfaces from Spider-Man: Homecoming, you can continue through the links below to locate even more content.
— about tom holland (@abouttomholland) September 27, 2016
— Jon Marrero (@xJaywalkinx) September 27, 2016
hire me to be director look at this excellent HD footage pic.twitter.com/i8XnIuhC2w
— Captain Ahmedica (@thatguyahmed) September 26, 2016
— JustJared.com (@JustJared) September 26, 2016
Across many of the photos, Parker can be seen dressed in civvies and exploring the Big Apple at night. How exactly this filters into the plot is up for question – perhaps Holland’s character was given a rude awakening after Michael Keaton’s Vulture attacked a group of citizens? Time will tell.
Spider-Man: Homecoming, also starring Civil War‘s Robert Downey Jr., Logan Marshall-Green, Donald Glover and Michael Keaton as The Vulture, is earmarked for theatrical release on July 7, 2017.