Spider-man confirmed for Captain America Civil War

Comicbook.com had the story that Spider-Man will appear in Captain America Civil War.

Marvel Studios has officially confirmed that Tom Holland’s Spider-Man will appear in Captain America: Civil War.

During their interview Marvel Studios executive Kevin Feige, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Tom Holland, who was just announced as Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures’ new Spider-Man, is heading to Captain America: Civil War’s set.

“Holland will report immediately to the set of the currently shooting Captain America: Civil War, which Marvel has scheduled for a May 6, 2016, release and in which the newest Spider-Man will make his first onscreen appearance,” The Reporter’s Gregg Kilday wrote.

An interesting comment also appears in the article:

However, this latest report confirms that Captain America won’t be the only superhero in a red and blue costume during Captain America: Civil War.

To me this reads like someone else picks up the Captain America costume, so the death of Cap could still be on.

13 thoughts on “Spider-man confirmed for Captain America Civil War”

  1. They’ve said the movie is going to character defining for Bucky, and considering the number of movies the actor playing him is contractually obligated for, it seems like a strroonnngggg hint that first Bucky Cap is going to see some heeeaaaattttt.

      1. Plus, it fits the larger drama surrounding Chris Evans. First he was done, now he wouldn’t necessarily say no to being Captain America, but he’d like to focus more on Directing and play Steve from a smaller role. It seems like an oportunity, especially when you’re already mining a series of stories penned with a cowl transfer, to make a new Captain America. That’s regardless of if Steve dies or just becomes more of a bit player.

    1. That’s what I have been trying to find too. I have Captain America #25 for the Death of Cap, But I want Bucky’s first appearance as Cap.

  2. captain america 34 the brubaker run
    there was a alex ross cover and steve epting cover and for collectors there was a directors cut.
    beyond that im not sure

    1. Yup and all still pretty affordable. I’ve even seen these at Half Price Books in the $1.00 bin.. that’s if they haven’t been shuffled and beaten to hell.

      1. Even the “marked up” copies can usually be had for a dollar over cover. It’s a super low risk investment for a really good part of a critically acclaimed, and historically relevant story.

  3. It’s a pretty high dollar investment even at mid grad but Avengers vol 1 #11 is the first time Spider-Man meets Captain America and the other Avengers of course. That book hasn’t been in the dollar bins since before I was born but it will probably see and increase as the Cap movie gets closer ans well as the next Avengers film.

    1. That is a good call. I was just thinking the same thing as I read this. I was fortunate to pick up a copy two years back. It is solid mid-grade, nothing to write home about. Now it might have been a lucky choice.

      – Craig Coffman

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