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Discussion in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' started by Thread Manager, Jun 28, 2016.
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I'm pretty sure that was only for the specific scene they were shooting since all Spidey suits so far have been one-pieces. The separation between the mask and rest of the suit would look too awkward.
Yes. But you be you, Harry.
I just can't see them doing feathers and green spandex. A green suit with nods to the classic version, but not the actual thing itself. Something more like the Falcon's costume, but green. I don't see how anyone could take that seriously in a live action film.
It was separate in CW so it'll probably appear in a few scenes
No thanks. I don't want Vulture to look like a boring tactical military suit (no offense to Falcon). Spidey's suit is classic, why can't Vulture be as well? And it's not like i'm asking for exactly THAT but something similar to it.
I never understood why Spidey always had a comic-accurate suit in the movies but the villains always had to be grounded in reality.
Could always go the Blackie Drago approach in terms of suit design.
Way better than the classic suit when it comes to live-action translation.
Edit Hopefully Goblin they make Goblin look closer to his comic design too.
Hey guys! Not sure if I'm posting this though to the right thread and if I'm not, I apologize but I'm curious to see if everyone is keen on seeing Flash Thompson in this movie.
A friend of mine and I were discussing this, and we both kinda agreed that - despite the fact that we didn't like much in the TASM movies - seeing the beginnings of Flash's character arc was super fun and super-interesting.
From super a**hole, to kinda-sympathetic guy, to Spidey-lover...
Point being, I want more Flash...and if that eventually (in 3-4 movies) means Agent Venom too, then awesome.
That said, we know Peter's going to be attending some "nerd school" in this movie, and so my friend and I took the time to kind of guess how each of Spidey's real supporting cast could still fit into the movie without seeming extremely forced, this is what we came up with:
Harry Osborn - Doesn't have to be smart, but could be one of few students who "bought" his way into school, it's not an uncommon trope nor an uncommon practice for such a thing to occur.
Gwen Stacey - They could stick with the "smart Gwen" thing and have her be a student there
Marry Jane - Blind date set up by Aunt May, she doesn't have to attend the same school.
Flash Thompson - Since Peter now lives in an apartment complex...what if Flash ALSO lives there and bullies Peter "at home" (in the complex).
Point being, do you guys want to see more Flash? And would you be opposed to him being someone who bullies Peter in the apartment complex as opposed to a school bully?
If I can throw in my opinion, one of the few things I liked about TASM/TASM2 was actually the Vulture wing design we never got to see...if you look at it, it looks like mech-wings that are organically shaped.
I'd love to see that design come to fruition.
That and Ock's metal arms were really great designs actually, too bad they ended jushst being stingers and set up to a movie that shall never come (as far as we know)
It could work.
I do like the that the wings are a harness like so....
Combined with the razor sharpness of the wings of this....
The patches on the blue; i assume they're for cgi referencing for post-production.
Nah, it's just the regular design pattern on the suit. They were there in Civil War.
They're part of the pattern on the blues, they were on the suit in Civil War:
I'm fine with them. I just wish they weren't darker than the webbing.
AtlantaFilming says they'll be filming through October.
I don't remember much about Flash in the other movies but did they do much with his Fanboyism of Spider-Man? If not I'd like that to be a bigger deal that Spider-Man has his own fanboy.
Flash, Kong, & Randy Robertson should be a crew of friends.