It’s almost a Marvel cliché that in every new movie their heroes will have something new and different about how they look, whether it’s Black Widow’s hair changes or all of the different iterations of Iron’s armor. Man.
This is certainly in part so that the big heads of Disney can make money selling different versions of the same collectibles, but the creative minds behind the MCU have also seized this as a chance to innovate with technology and the gadgets of the world.
One of the more unconventional superhero costumes that Marvel’s costume and prop departments have come up with in recent years is certainly the homemade Spider-Man costume, which Tom Holland wore in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
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It’s part of Spider-Man’s lore that his first costume has to be something the hero put together himself.
Compared to Tobey Maguire’s wrestling costume or Miles Morales’ ill-fitting disguise, Dutchman Peter Parker did pretty well. His first costume already had some of his most iconic features, like mechanical lids and web shooters.
And it was this latest gadget that Holland particularly liked in the costume prototype.
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“The old-fashioned web shooters are so cool. They’re really big and bulky, they’re really mechanical, and if you push the button, everything moves …” the star explains in the next book. Marvel Studios Cinema Magic: Spider-Man (Going through Marvel.com).
However, the one thing Holland particularly liked about his own web shooters was exactly what he didn’t like about Andrew Garfield’s version: “What I like about his original web shooters. , is that they are as real as they could be.
“I know it’s like impossible to do something that pulls a web out of your hand, but the only thing with [the web-shooters in] André [Garfield]The movie is that they were so small and so compact, it didn’t really make sense to me.
“But it’s a big, awkward thing a kid would do in their bedroom,” he added.
Next time we see these web-shooters and the web-slinger attached to them will be in Spider-Man: No Path Home – and hopefully in a trailer soon.
The new collector’s book Marvel Studios Cinema Magic: Spider-Man has been written by Eleni Roussos and will take readers behind the scenes at all Marvel Studios Spider Man movie theater.
Along with diagrams, photographs, concept sketches and more, the book will also explore some of the movies’ most memorable moments, characters, heroes, and villains using interactive elements.
The book will be released on November 30, 2021 and is available for pre-order now.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is available now on DVD, Blu ray and digital download. Spider-Man: No Path Home has a December 17, 2021 release date.
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