“Spider-Man: Homecoming” moved to New York to Finish the Movie


Most of the scenes for the new movie, created by Marvel and Sony, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” have been filmed at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta. However, they have moved a while ago, and the last part of the movie will be filmed in the Big Apple.

Some of the cast of the movie like Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon, along with the director Jon Watts posted on social media that they were moving to New York in order to complete the new Spider-Man movie.


However, Holland will not stay there for long as he needs to go back to Atlanta and start to film “Avengers: Infinity War”. Moreover, Tom Holland will appear in the breath-taking cancer drama “A Monster Calls” by J.A. Bayona.

In that movie, a young boy Conor, played by Lewis MacDougall has problems in school with bullying. Moreover, when he comes home he has to deal with his mother’s illness. The monster in the shape of a yew tree helps the kid cope with the issues by telling him fantasies. According to Bayona, Holland was the stand-in on a set for the monster whose voice is provided by Liam Neeson.

Although Holland doesn’t appear among the cast, his work is recognized and they thanked him. He helped Bayona because he gave him the role in the drama “The Impossible” when Holland was a sixteen-year-old boy.

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is supposed to be released on July 7, 2017.