Tom Holland's MCU boss confirms that he was truly Spider-Man in the scene

Tom Holland's MCU boss confirms that he was truly Spider-Man in the scene ...

Phases 5 and 6 will release more than a dozen new MCU toys in 2021, including some stunning stories in its own right. Tom Holland's efforts inSpider-Man: No Way Home are by far the best-reviewed MCU films in history.

No Way Home was able to deliver some of the most incredible story beats in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man's history, finally revealing some of his iconic scenes from the comics that fans have long wanted to see on film. From his iconic one-on-one battle with Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin to his aunt's tragic death, this was the film where Peter Parker truly became Spider-Man.

When did Tom Holland become Spider-Man?

Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, answered exactly that recently, revealing what he believes to be the most pivotal moment for Tom Holland's portrayal of the character.

Tom Holland's True Spider-Man Origin

During an interview at the back of 'The Amazing Spider-Man Issue #900,' Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige described the moment when Tom Holland truly became Spider-Man within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Feige chatted with editor Nick Lowe about the recent incident in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, where Peter Parker removes a huge pile of rubble from himself after a fight with Michael Keaton's Vulture.

"Tom Holland truly becomes Spider-Man," Feige said, adding that this moment was one he's wanted to do on screen "from the moment (he) joined Marvel Studios:."

"It was, yes, and for years and years, there remains. Its about lifting the rubble. From the moment I joined Marvel Studios, I was like, 'We should do that in the movies.' That's when Torn Holland becomes Spider-Man.

Feige recalled his first Spider-Man moments, which he described as a "some combination of the traditional Spider-Man cartoon opening lines." He vividly remembers the cartoon saying"in color," which spurred on his exploration of the change from old black & white televisions to more modern colored models:

"It is a very hazy memory, one of my finest memories from my entire life, and it was probably some combination of the classic Spider-Man cartoon opening credits, when it used to say "in color." "I remember thinking, 'What else would it be?" And the other was wearing blue-and-red Spidey pajamas. "It's a fuzzy memory between that opening title for the animation and wearing blue-and-red Spidey pajamas."

When asked if his kids still have Spider-Man pajamas, he replied that he does, but that he "does"not currently own Spider-Man pajamas as an adult.

Spider-future Man gets a pivotal moment in Homecoming.

The Marvel boss's most memorable scene for Holland was helped by his last two films to develop into the Spider-Man fans know and love today.

Michael Keaton's Vulture learned that Peter Parker was Spider-Man, and he tried to persuade the young hero to stay out of his way before burying him under the rubble of an abandoned building outside of Queens. While looking at himself in the water and hearing Tony Stark's voice in his head, he used every ounce of strength to remove the rubble from his body and recreate the iconic pose from "Amazing Spider-ManNo. 33," written by Stan Lee and

While No Way Home lent Holland his iconic new outfit, Far From Home revealed his spidey side, this Homecoming scene brought Peter Parker's resilience to the forefront. It demonstrated that he would always find a way to get back on his feet, in the toughest of situations, and that he would always be a hero with or without his classic web-slinger gear.

Holland is planning to reprise his role as Spider-Man in the coming Spider-Man 4, which is in the early stages of development behind Sony and Marvel. While there are no indications as to where it will fit within the newly-named Multiverse Saga, the friendly neighborhood hero will not be too far from the action when it arrives.

Tom Holland's Spider-Man trilogy has three films available for viewing at home.

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