New Spider-Man PS4 Concept Art Shows Wilson Fisk, Peter Parker's Bedroom

New Spider-Man PS4 Concept Art Shows Wilson Fisk, Peter Parker's Bedroom

Director of photography Salvatore Totino captures the aerial fluidity of Spider-Man as he swings through NY with a lot of skill and understanding.

One of the many aspects that made Spider-Man: Homecoming so refreshing was that it strayed away from the origin story millions of fans have already seen portrayed on the big screen twice.

Kingpin and Mr. Negative, who are Spider-Man villains in the comics but the latter being lesser known, are only a couple of the foes that gamers will have to take on in the "Spider-Man" PS4 game.

There are a lot of scenes and moments within the film that stand out as great whether they are comedic, action-oriented or dramatic.

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Though Homecoming is for the most part an agreeably lightweight outing for Spidey, the movie's six (!) screenwriters did manage to introduce a number of tantalising characters and dangling plot threads that may well pay off in Homecoming's sequel planned for 2019, or even in Infinity War itself.

For anyone who is concerned that Tony Stark will over shine Spider-Man in his own film, don't worry! But that doesn't necessarily mean Uncle Ben can't show up in the future, and Holland knows just the guy to play the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of him.

We're not sure if Kevin Feige or Tobey Maguire would be up for it, but it certainly wouldn't be the first time that we got to see famous Marvel actors make cameos in various Marvel films. He's as equally nerdy and fanboyish as Peter is but he also provides the moral support for his best friend and always stole the scene whenever he was featured.