CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Said To Be Moving Ahead Without SPIDER-MAN
While there's still every chance that Spider-Man could end up joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a new report claims that the ship has sailed and work is now moving ahead on a Captain America: Civil War which will not include Peter Parker. Hit the jump for details on that and more!
Badass Digest have apparently reached out to their Marvel sources about the chances of Spider-Man appearing in Captain America: Civil War, and the answer they received might just disappoint you! As of right now, it's said that the "ship has sailed" and Peter Parker is not factored into the current iteration of this movie. They add that the chances of a cameo or after-credits appearance is still there, but a major role seems extremely unlikely. After all, Marvel need a completed story and script before shooting begins and can't change the whole thing at the last minute if a deal is reached with Sony Pictures at some point in the New Year! The site also reports that, "One of my sources reiterates that Winter Soldier will be central to the story, and that there have been hints planted through the Marvel movies as to how that works." Is Tony Stark about to discover that Steve Rogers' best friend murdered his parents? For now, we'll have to wait and see...
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