‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Brings Back Memories of Uncle Ben
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" provides some interesting twists into the movie franchise story. Two "Spider-man" movies feature the death of Peter Parker's Uncle Ben. These are the original "Spider-Man" movie in 2002 by Sam Raimi and the "Amazing Spider-Man" movie by Marc Webb in 2012. The heartbreak stops as the newest installment of the webbed superhero is shown this summer.
Spiderman is one superhero that can rival "Batman" or "Superman both in the comics and the movie version. But like the two superheroes, Peter Parker, also known as Spiderman, is motivation by one incident in his life. Fans all over the world know that Uncle Ben's death is the red superhero's real motivation to save people. However, Parker will be spared the agony in "Spider-Man: Homecoming".
No one can, however, deny that it was Uncle Ben's death that urged the young hero to use his power to do good, according to Screenrant. While such scene won't be repeated in the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie, co-producer Eric Carroll said the character will still fit in the movie. Uncle Ben will be spoken about in the movie through conversation among its lead stars but he will not be seen. The goal is to acknowledge that sometime in the beginning of Parker's story, there was a Ben.
Marvel Cinematic Universe will be presenting a new Spiderman in the "Spider-Man: Homecoming". This will be part of the deal between Marvel Studios and Sony. Tom Holland will be the third Spiderman and this is expected to give the new movie a breath of fresh air. The beginnings of the superhero were somehow bypassed when the character was introduced in "Captain America: Civil War". The new movie will also somehow move on to the present but will make mention of Parker's past.
Producers of the movie "Spider-man: Homecoming" made it clear that much of the web slinger's past would not be touched in the present version, according to Comicbook. The mantra of having a greater responsibility when one has so much power will continue to live on with or without Uncle Ben in the movie. The new Spiderman movie will show the funny kid behind the superhero.