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Tom Holland Wants Tobey Maguire As Uncle Ben In Spider-Man Homecoming Sequel

Tom Holland Wants Tobey Maguire As Uncle Ben In Spider-Man Homecoming Sequel

There were initial comparisons between Spider-Man's combat system and Batman's, but Insomniac's community director James Stevenson has said, "Our goals for this fighting is all about improvisation and acrobatics".

Insomniac's Spider-Man was announced at E3 2016 and we got a proper gameplay reveal at this year's event. Peter Parker's Aunt May has got a major revamp in Spider-Man: Homecoming and is being played by Marisa Tomei, and there's no reason her husband (Uncle Ben is May's husband in the Marvel universe), shouldn't get an upgrade too. That's very impressive by any measure, but even more so when you consider that audiences have already seen plenty of Spider-Mans this decade, and that other surefire properties- Transformers and Pirates of the Caribbean in particular- are underperforming this year. Whoever ends up being cast as the famous Uncle Ben, I'm sure will be for the best, as Jon Watts and Kevin Feige have yet to let us down.

Maguire is definitely not the the first person who comes to mind when you think of Uncle Ben.

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Holland recently spoke to BBC Radio 1 to promote the film.

Spider-Man: Homecoming was released this past weekend to great box office numbers and glowing critical reviews. It certainly aims to have a lot of fun with the character, which it does succeed at but there's more than just that. He manages to make the character menacing but understandable with his motives in what made him the Vulture, it could not be more different from Keaton's iconic role as Batman and he portrayed the villain superbly.

A sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming is scheduled for July 5, 2019.

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