Warning: Spidey-based Spoilers Ahead
Next month will see the mother of all Marvel Cinematic Universe crossover events, Avengers: Infinity War, debut on the big screen, and the hype train is unreal.
Naturally, the head honchos at Marvel are keen to keep a lid on any potential spoilers, but in this age of digital information, leaks in Hollywood are as expected as those seeping out of the White House and Westminster at this moment in time.
That being said we’re not cruel people so if you still want to go into this movie with an air of mystery come April 27 then, by all means, close this article now… because we are delving into spoiler territory here.
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This Is Your Last Chance!
So by now, from what we’ve seen from the first Avengers: Infinity War trailer, which I bet you have seen at least 10 times already on YouTube, we know that one of the characters who will feature prominently is Spider-Man/Peter Parker (played by Tom Holland).
We also know that he will be doing the ‘Iron Spider’ suit which was teased towards the end of last year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. While Marvel’s resident wall-crawler rejected the suit, as well as a spot on the main Avenger’s roster, Infinity War has revealed that he will indeed suit up in the Iron Spider suit.
While little has been revealed about its features and capabilities, a leak on Twitter has confirmed what most fans initially believed. The suit is based on the comic’s version which Parker uses as a member of the New Avengers and during the Civil War event.
— Tom Holland Updates (@tomhupdates) March 4, 2018
Taking cues from its source material, Spider-Man’s new suit will come equipped with extra limbs, also just like in the comics the suit has been designed by Tony Stark so it will most likely feature the same innovative tech.
Over the weekend it was revealed the original release date for the highly anticipated film would be bumped up to an earlier worldwide date, April 27 thanks to the efforts of Tony Stark/Iron Man himself Robert Downey Jr who used his skills of persuasion and to convince Marvel executives to push the date ahead of schedule.
2018 has already been a landmark year for Marvel with their latest release Black Panther already breaking box offices records and even outperforming the first Avengers film, which up until then was still their highest grossing film.
Avengers: Infinity War which features an all-star cast including Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Tom Holland, Chadwick Boseman and Robert Downey Jr hits cinemas worldwide on April 27.