Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Spiderman Actor Tom Holland Has Shot His Peter Parker Cameo For Civil War

        Superhero movies usually end up ditching the mask in the climactic scenes so they can see the face of the star behind. But after the success of Iron Man where we don’t see the face in the costume most of the time, it has become the norm for other superhero movies to do the same. After all, they wouldn't want their lead to do the stunts all the time and get hurt. It can also save them some time where the star wouldn't be needed on the filming location, with the scenes being filmed by a stuntman instead. And now that stars are signed up for multi-picture deals, this method will help them keep their stars from getting tired of playing the role.

This is what happened with Spider-man, who has apparently shot his scenes on Marvel's Captain America: Civil War even before they found an actor to play as Peter Parker. In an interview with the Vulture, Spectacular Spider-Man writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein told that the cameo is already done. Goldstein talks about going to Marvel to look at the footage of Tom Holland's came as Peter Parker in the upcoming film. "We hear good things," he said. "We might even get to look at the Spidey suit, which is exciting."

Even though Tom Holland has just finished his Peter Parker cameo in the filming location, this doesn't mean that he is yet to film the Spider-Man scenes. Spider-Man has been on the filming location for a while now, being played by stunt men. Tom Holland is only needed for the Peter Parker scenes, and can simply record his dialogue over the scene in a studio somewhere.

  With all this talk of a costume, one photo of the outfit is yet to appear online. There were some rumors of a fanart that became the basis of the home-made costume, but those are simply speculation for now. Another rumor that appeared was the cast list that was leaked online earlier. Daley was quick to dismiss this, saying that "We've discussed the characters, but nothing is certain yet, for sure".

Whether Spider-Man will be in the movie for an extended time or just a small cameo, we have yet to confirm. But fans definitely hope that he has more scenes than a cameo. Essentially fighting alongside the Avengers and such. What we've heard from Birth Movies Death however, is that whether a small cameo or not, his fight scene will get the fans excited, not because of how epic it is, but because of how dorky and unlikely the superhero fight will be. If it's true, then the battle will surely be one of the most anticipated scenes in Captain America: Civil War when it opens to theaters on May 6th, 2016.


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