As many fans are aware Spider-Man will make his entry into the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe in a cameo in Captain America: Civil War. However, it seems from recent whisperings that Peter Parker will have more than just one cameo in the third Captain America instalment. According to Birth.Movies.Death Tom Holland has filmed his cameo, though that may not be Spidey’s only appearance. The convenient thing about Spider-Man having a full face mask is that Holland doesn’t necessarily have to be on-set for the Superhero to film scenes.

The site reported: “Spider-Man doesn’t just swing by and say hi – gets his hands dirty in this Civil War. He fights. And his fight scene might be the one that really gets fandom excited – not because of how top tier the face-off will be, but because of how profoundly dorky and unlike any other big screen superhero fight it will be” I don’t know about you, reader, but I am getting excited for this already. I want to watch it now, dammit! LET’S GO!

The-Amazing-Spider-ManFor fans of Spider-Man specifically but also just Marvel Studios fans in general this is very exciting news. For people that are invested in the character having grown up with it, hearing that he will finally be joining Cap’ and Iron Man on-screen is amazing. Particularly because in his debut “Spider-Man will have a few scenes and at least one fight that will be jockeying for a spot on the best superhero battles ever list.” I don’t know about you but I am extremely excited.

Oh and while we are on the subject, can everyone please stop shitting on The Amazing Spider-Man movies? I happen to think they are quite good, actually. I think a lot of people were unfairly hard on them after the disaster that was Spider-Man 3. But lest we forget that the team that made those movies were nothing to do with The Amazing Spider-Man movies starring Andrew Garfield. They only real connection between those two series was Sony. It isn’t the fault of the people involved with The Amazing Spider-Man 1&2. I’m not saying they didn’t have their faults, the second one was a bit all over the place. I just happen to think they are both pretty decent when all is said and done.

Credit goes to Birth.Movies.Death for the info.