Spider-Man Swings into Action on Set of ‘Homecoming’

New photos are now available from the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming which show Spider-Man and Mary Jane (probably) hanging from a helicopter, according to DarkHorizons.

Photos surfaced yesterday through twitter account “@abouttomholland“, in which Holland’s stunt double works with someone who looks suspiciously red-headed. But what more can we learn from the photos?

Our Spidey Senses are Tingling

In all the shots from the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Peter is in his spider suit. However, the woman he’s carrying wears several different costumes, always holding some kind of device in one hand.

Outside of the costumes, the shots all look relatively similar. Spider-Man has rescued someone we’re assuming is Mary Jane, and they swing together through the air. In some shots it’s clear the helicopter will feature in the final scene. Others may just use the helicopter to hold the actors in the air without the constraints of a crane or other land-bound machine.

Practical Magic

The stunt work in these photos does tell us one thing for sure: there will be plenty of practical work in Homecoming. AboutTomHolland posted a short video in which the stunt doubles swing rather dramatically from the helicopter, in classic Spider-Man style.

Details on the storyline of Homecoming are scarce, though we know Vulture will feature as a villain.

Based on characters from Marvel comics, Spider-Man: Homecoming is directed by Jon Watts. Homecoming stars Tom Holland (Peter Parker), Robert Downy Jr. (Tony Stark), Zendaya (Michelle???) and Marisa Tomei (Aunt May).

Homecoming‘s current release date is July 7th, 2017.

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