Tom Holland confirms a long-standing Peter Parker fan theory

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The news comes after Robert revealed he is delighted with the result of his latest outing as Iron Man and having seen "early screenings" of the movie, he gives it "10 out of 10". But Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man alter ego Peter Parker in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming", revealed Monday that a theory about his character is indeed true. Eventually, a big threat arrives in the form of The Vulture and Peter takes it upon himself to stop him and prove to Tony Stark that he's not just a kid and he can do more than just prevent petty crimes around NY. The Expo is being held in Queens, which Civil War establishes as the home of Peter Parker, and there's a brief gag where a young boy in a toy Iron Man mask pretends to fight off some of the bad robots.

For years, fans speculated that the kid in question was actually little Peter Parker. Tom Holland has confirmed that he has signed up for a trilogy of Spider-Man films. During a press luncheon, she said, "I would say the inspiration for it was reality".

In the film, Peter Parker is mentored by none other than Iron Man himself, Tony Stark.

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In spite of the complete casting of Spider-Man Homecoming and all its info is much talk about it. We don't know, but we chose to ask the team behind Spider-Man: Homecoming if we'd ever find out. It's also hard to argue with Holland's point that his web-slinger should face villains that have never been seen in films.

He said: "Being back with Tom Holland and [Happy Hogan actor] Jon Favreau, it's just insane". "I literally had a conversation with [Marvel Studios president] Kevin Feige only 20 minutes ago". "In the meantime, I think Miles has a big animation project from Sony".

So it sounds like he got an okay from Kevin Feige to say that, but that's it.

But new Spidey star Tom Holland already has an idea of which Marvel hero he wants to pair up with in the Homecoming sequel, which is set to open July 5, 2019.

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