Built by Tony Stark, this is easily the best of Spidey suit every presented to movie audiences and this strategy helps creates some freshness this this third interpretation of Spider-man. Spidey fans have always been in love with the costume and enhancing it with tech just makes fans become more and more interested in it. The suit gives Tom Holland’s Spidey an edge over all the Spider-men before and makes the character seem more intimidating and resourceful.
2) The Vulture/Michael Keaton:
The Vulture in a lot of regards can easily be considered a B-Villain in the comics, just a boring old man who refuses to accept with his mortality, but Keaton’s version of the character looks strong and intimidating. The design of the character looks fantastic and almost mimics an archangel with its menacing wing span and robotic talons. The villain possesses what seems to be Avenger-level tech and will easily be match for Spidey and even Iron Man it seems.
1) Different Settings/Scale:
This Spider-man movie looks as if they will put Spidey in unique situations, realizing that audiences have already seen the wall-crawler duke it out with villains on skyscrapers and trains. The scenes of Spidey attempting to save a freight ship and even an airplane are definitely new to the character’s movie genre. This film seems to promise unique action sequences and not just the same old stuff audiences saw in the other five web head films.