This article particularly talks about the excitement that surrounds the upcoming "Spider Man" game.
Despite serious reservations about the potential delivery of The Vulture in the film, Spider-Man: Homecoming has turned out to be one of the big successes of the summer blockbuster season. That's very impressive by any measure, but even more so when you consider that audiences have already seen plenty of Spider-Mans this decade, and that other surefire properties- Transformers and Pirates of the Caribbean in particular- are underperforming this year. During the interview, Holland discussed the future of his version of the iconic superhero and revealed the character he hopes will appear in follow-up films: namely Peter Parker's dear old (and unfortunately doomed) Uncle Ben.
Do you want to see Tobey Maguire play Uncle Ben in the MCU?
"I kinda want Tobey Maguire to play Uncle Ben. I don't think he'll do it though", Tom told BBC Radio 1 recently. Holland's Peter is 15 in the film, and if Maguire were to play Uncle Ben his age would work well with that idea.
Insomniac's Spider-Man is set for release on PlayStation 4 in 2018. Additionally, it's assumed that Uncle Ben already died prior to when Holland's Spider-Man was introduced in Captain America: Civil War past year, and he's hardly mentioned in Spider-Man: Homecoming at all. They reiterated how the story is completely original and while there will be familiar character and villains, Insomniac and Marvel Games are working to create something unique with more than a few twists on the expectations.
There are a lot of scenes and moments within the film that stand out as great whether they are comedic, action-oriented or dramatic.