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Because family means more to him and Spider-Man saved his daughter, something he said he will never forget. Overhearing, Herman Schultz showed Toomes a news report on Spider-Man saving Toomes' daughter. Source: Vulture > Biography > Vulture's Campaign > Hijacking Damage Control Truck (4th Paragraph) Toomes: Peter, nothing is more important than family....


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Adrian Toomes is not a straight-up evil villain bent on world domination or revenge. He becomes a criminal as a means to support his family. His beef with Spider-Man is not personal; he doesn't try to kill Spider-Man because he hates him, but because Spider-Man got in the way of him running his business. At the end, Toomes is in jail. His plans have failed; ...


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Officially... NO In March last year, Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts explicitly said that Venom was “not connected to the Marvel world”. Marvel visionary Kevin Feige gave a similar response three months later, but added an important qualification: “For now, there is no plan for Venom in the MCU. It’s a Sony project.” Source but... Only ...


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We don't know. The last we saw in the MCU of Captain America was in Captain America: Civil War with Steve Rogers apparently escaping/being broken out of prison [the Raft] and going underground. It's possible that Cap has continued crime fighting without a shield and Tony is making a new one just in case Steve comes back into the fold. We don't even know ...


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There is indeed a LEGO Death Star available in the official LEGO Shop. I'm not sure if it's the same one as in the movie, though (but it seems so). (source: official LEGO website)


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UPDATED: Based on recent interviews with Kevin Feige (president of Marvel Studios) and Joe Russo (one of the Infinity Wars directors), it seems safe to assume that the 8 year date was incorrect. Russo, in an interview with Ashish Chanchlani, described the time gap between Avengers and Homecoming as: “It was eight years, I believe,” Russo responded. “It ...


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I'm going to offer an alternate answer based on the facts the movie presents. It's not because Peter saved his daughter: Toomes: Peter, nothing is more important than family. You saved my daughter’s life. I could never forget something like that. So I’m gonna give you one chance. Are you ready? You walk through those doors, you forget any of this ...


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They're not fake lockers. It's a row of real lockers that Peter has somehow detached from whatever holds it in place, and is lifting up in the air. In Peter's school, the lockers are inset into the walls in between the classroom doors, as are the ones in this photo: Note that this is a single piece of metal: the lockers have been welded together and there's ...


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Any number of reasons. Iron Man and War Machine. The suits have cameras as seen in IM3 remote control flight. Spider suit has mechanical lenses. Likely a camera, thanks to Stark Tech. Airport security cameras. Any number of spy satellites monitoring the fight, including Stark satellites. Parker set up cameras. <-- once the movie released, we found the ...


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There's not even remotely enough information from this single line of dialogue to ascertain the relationship between Cap and Iron Man. At the end of Civil War we see that Tony at least still cares somewhat for Steve, and he might even be supplying him with new tech. However, since Steve and his gang are now criminals he is probably doing it under the table....


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It's not explicity stated but the indications are that it is. We see the suit arrive (by jetpack) and as it deploys on Spider-man it does so by flowing across his body as does the Iron Man armour for Stark. In addition, the Spider-armour deploys legs, effectively from nowhere (certainly there is no space on Spider-Man's back for them to be stored) a ...


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Is there any in-universe explanation for this change from the way the universe seemed to be in Civil War? No... We just don't have any information as to why Pepper and Tony are back together. They just appear to be happy again. All we know is that they were "on a break" during Civil War because the the producers/directors wanted Tony to be "off balance" ...


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Yes (kind of) as per director, from screencrush Did Tom Holland’s Peter Parker have an Uncle Ben? This time, Watts gave me a much more concrete, much more detailed answer. “Yes. Definitely. Did you notice his initials on Peter’s suitcase?” He continued; “Yes, Uncle Ben did exist in the MCU,” he replied “Yeah. I mean, we don’t know,” and ...


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As far as we know, Damage Control is still stuck in developmental limbo. No word on it has come out since it failed to make the 2016 pilot season last year, and it also missed again this year. It is increasingly looking like the show's not going to happen. There has not been any official cancellation announcement from ABC. The last official statement I can ...


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Spider-Man: Homecoming is following the Captain America: Civil War. I've seen the same trailer - and the clip with Spidey holding Cap's shield seems to be lifted straight from the CA:CW movie during the airport fight. Later in the trailer (or in another trailer), Peter is boasting to his friend about meeting Iron Man and the Avengers, and how he stole ...


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You're probably describing Captain America: Civil War scene. Spider-Man was in the movie and fought (Kinda) Captain America. Probably part of the scene was in one of the trailers (Official or fan made, I don't know)


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Airports do have copious amounts of security cameras, as DForck42 suggests. Also, Peter Parker (in previous movies and the comics) has an established habit of setting up (photographic) cameras to capture pictures of himself as Spiderman that he can sell to his newspaper. In fact, in some Spiderman continuities, this is how he first earns his position as a ...


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In the comics, Spider-man has always been very strong and had great resistance to Blunt force. In the previous movies, this aspect was explained (but arguably not used as much), but just like most of the backstory (Radioactive spider bite, Death of uncle ben, etc), Homecoming has barely referenced it at all, mostly because there were already lots of people ...


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Ferris Bueller's Day Off had a run sequence: Spider-Man Homecoming did the similar sequence. From looper.com: Speaking with CinemaBlend during a set visit, Homecoming co-producer Eric Carroll revealed that there's a sequence in the film that pays homage to Ferris Bueller's high-stakes race to get home. "[The ...


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It was revealed in Spider-man Homecoming's first scene of Peter: Peter himself shown obsession with vloging and recording it himself, he must have edited it and uploaded it on YouTube. Note: But Peter was unaware that his suit had ability to record everything too which he got to know about later.


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In the comics, way before he could naturally shoot webs; in the movies, he always uses them, or never uses them - it depends what movie your watching. In the original Amazing Spider-Man comics, web shooters were a device Peter Parker created, in order to compliment his new-found abilities; his ability to shoot webs are almost always a result of this device. ...


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There is little in universe to explain this yet He's definitely Mac Gargan...he was specifically identified on the Staten Island Ferry. He's injured during the fight on the ferry when he's hit by a car. It seems likely that the brace is "fixing" the broken bones he sustained by that impact. Note the bandages / cast on the arm Here's a better look at it.


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When he's chasing down the first Shocker (after the house party), and he's running through all the yards, there's a pool party with a TV playing the aforementioned "Race Home" scene. You can see it right before Spiderman crashes into the pool.


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He was bitten by a (radioactive?) spider ...we just don't see it onscreen, This Q&A on Science Fiction & Fantasy covers it fully but the reasoning for not including it in the movie was.. "We never talked about showing it, because the MO was always to not show anything we've seen before," Watts said. "If anything ever felt slightly ...


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Here's a partial answer to your first question "Are the scenes we see in the movie from any comics": Spider-Man remembers how Tony Stark scolded him for relying too much on his suit, and dramatically wills himself to lift the concrete over his head and escape. This tableau evokes a famous 1965 story arc called “If This Be My Destiny,” in which Aunt ...


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There is nothing at all to suggest so in any of the cinematic incarnations so far, as while Peter clearly has a 'spider sense' I do not believe that he or any other humans have a 'natural instinct' to kill spiders (notwithstanding arachnophobes). Although many people do kill small harmless animals for no reason, I do not believe (or perhaps hope?) that it is ...


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There is no factual answer in the movie, there can only be speculation. The best answer I can give is that Peter declined to become an avenger because he wanted to focus on his community, but when the universe was at risk, he chose to step up. To be allowed to take that responsibility as one of the team by someone he admires is incredibly validating. To ...


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The movie never goes into detail, but most likely Toomes had a "front" business that he claimed as the source of his income. This problem isn't really very new or unusual -- anyone involved in illegal activities as their primary source of income has to figure it out, and there's certainly plenty of those people. There are, in deed, entire underground ...


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This graphic explains it: You just have to assume that the Civil War and Homecoming references to 8 years are approximate. They mean anywhere between 9 years and 7 years.


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