The last few minutes of Civil War, where we get Stan Lee’s hilarious “Tony Stank” cameo, Tony does still have cuts and bruises on his face as he is helping Rhodes through physical therapy. What remains to be seen is just how big of a role Tony Stark will play in Homecoming. The trailer has shown him in what appears to be various points throughout the film, including Iron Man and Spider-Man heading into battle together. Michael Keaton’s Vulture is set to be a dark and menacing villain that might prove too much for Tom Holland’s new Spider-Man to cut his hero teeth on.
MCU continuity plays a major role in every aspect, from the films to the TV series both on network and Netflix. There’s a funny moment when Spider-Man stops a robbery in progress from a group of men wearing Avengers masks. It seems like Marvel is over the moon to have Spider-Man back in the mix and is using every opportunity to let fans know that this character is connected to the MCU now, hoping to perhaps move away from more recent Spider-Man films. With no S.H.I.E.L.D. and the major heroes still divided over the Sokovia Accords, where would an up-and-coming hero like Spider-Man fall in this new age of galactic threats?
Hopefully Spider-Man: Homecoming remains a solo film and not a buddy-cop team up between two of Marvel’s most recognizable characters.
Source: Reddit (via Heroic Hollywood)