Published On: Mon, Oct 31st, 2016

‘Spider-Man Homecoming’ wraps, but no word on an appearance in ‘Infinity War’

While promoting Doctor Strange, Marvel Studios exec Kevin Feige spoke to Collider about a myriad of their films, characters and projects. One topic of interest is Spider-Man.

“We’re figuring it out,” Feige says of a Spidey appearance in Avengers: Infinity War. “I mean, it was really the specifics for Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming. Spider-Man: Homecoming just wrapped as you know and we’re just getting into cutting that movie, so that’s the primary focus but we are…that iceberg is thawed and is non existent. So we talk to them all the time about what could be fun for the future.”

Tom Holland as Spider-Man Homecoming set photoTo the credit of the interviewer, Feige was asked to confirm the appearance or leave it as a maybe.

“It is I would say that is part of the surprise. I don’t want to spoil anything one way or another.”

Feige at least acknowledges that there are a ton of characters in this film: “I understand, yeah. There are a lot of people in it.”

The production will begin next year and run all summer and into the fall.

“Well without being super specific cameras start rolling in January and will continue rolling in some form or another through October, November,” Feige says.

Check out the Collider talk HERE

The good news is that Tom Holland will be back as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Homecoming battling Michael Keaton’s Vulture. Homecoming opens in theaters next year on July 7, 2017.

Avengers: Infinity War is due in theaters on May 4, 2018 and then an untitled Avengers film is set for May 3, 2019.



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