It wasn't long ago that Spider-Man: Homecoming wrapped production. The highly anticipated film finished shooting after several months in Atlanta and New York City, and fans are already wondering when they may get some updates on the film. Well, it looks like that question has been answered, so fans better be paying attention to an upcoming Comic-Con in Brazil.
Comic Con Experience posted a tweet that teases Spider-Man: Homecoming's presence at their annual event. The translated message says that Song Pictures (Brazil) will be bringing updates about the film to its panel on December 2nd.
Obviously, fans are more than interested to hear what the studio has to say about their web-slinging hero. Moviegoers were thrilled to learn that Sony Pictures had teamed up with Marvel Studios to reboot their Spider-Man franchise, and fans have only grown more excited since the character debuted in Captain America: Civil War. Tom Holland inherited the superhero's suit and donned it for the film. Fans will see the actor wear the spandex costume next in Spider-Man: Homecoming and perhaps Avengers: Infinity War if they are lucky.
It is very possible the hero will appear in the third Avengers flick. After all, the relationship between Marvel and Sony continues to grow stronger by the day, and the former could probably convince the latter to borrow out the hero for another rendezvous.
Earlier this year, The Hollywood Reporter spoke with Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman Tom Rothman about the studio's partnership with Marvel - and he had nothing but praise to give.
"It's been fantastic, our relationship with Marvel," he said. "Sony has the ultimate authority," Rothman clarified. "But we have deferred the creative lead to Marvel, because they know what they're doing."
Clearly, the two studios are better off than how Marvel is with 20th Century Fox. Both companies have been at odds over their superhero franchises for years, but fans wondered earlier this year whether Fox would be willing to loan the X-Men to Marvel for a special Marvel Cinematic Universe appearance.
However, fans shouldn't get their hopes up about that.
The president of Marvel Studios recently spoke with Collider and talked about the company's relationship with 20th Century Fox. When he was asked whether Marvel and Fox were playing nice these days, Feige said their relationship is, "the same as it has always been."
"We all get along, and I see them occasionally," Feige continued. "There's no change in any dynamic."
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Marvel Studios' Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging superhero in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released on July 7, 2017.