After two reboots, and film live action films, Spider-Man has finally made his way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Played this time around by newcomer Tom Holland, Marvel Studios in a joint venture with Sony Pictures brings us a new #Spiderman solo adventure.
Taking place just after the events of Captain America: Civil War, the 15 year old Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man finds himself trying to desperately prove to Tony Stark/Iron Man that he is worthy to be an Avenger alongside the other heroes.
When a new villain known as the Vulture (Michael Keaton) arises and is stealing high end tech from around NYC and using it for nefarious means Spider-man sets off to stop him and prove his worth. The film does a wonderful job of balancing time between the super heroics and his normal high school life. Tom Holland manages to bring laugh out loud moments to the hilarious character who is constantly trying to figure this whole superhero thing out. Director Jon Watts shows us just what a John Hughes movie would feel like in the modern age of superheroes.
Robert Downey Jr.
Budget: $175 Million