Tom Holland is no doubt basking in the glory of Spider-Man: Homecoming's success, and he totally should. Additionally, it's assumed that Uncle Ben already died prior to when Holland's Spider-Man was introduced in Captain America: Civil War past year, and he's hardly mentioned in Spider-Man: Homecoming at all. Two of these were Uncle Ben and the exact circumstances surrounding his death. 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. "I don't think he'll do it though", Tom told BBC Radio 1 recently.
As teased by creative director Bryan Intihar in an interview with Official PlayStation Magazine, the web-slinger will deal with villains that will "force Spider-Man and the player to mix up how they play: really push and pull them as much as possible".
The ability to switch the head of spider-Man appears as the main feature of the current fashion. It certainly aims to have a lot of fun with the character, which it does succeed at but there's more than just that. Contrast to the first is that the character can remove the mask, then you'll begin to see his true face.
There are a lot of scenes and moments within the film that stand out as great whether they are comedic, action-oriented or dramatic.
Michael Keaton's role as Vulture is definitely one of the best in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, who have mostly been forgettable or not particularly interesting. This list will contain Spoilers.