Shocking Details On A Third Villain In 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' & Cameo By A Classic Character!
Earlier tonight, our good friends over at SchmoesKnow.com ran a new exclusive about the highly anticipated Marvel & Sony film, Spider-Man: Homecoming!
According to the Schmoes, new details are emerging about the new Spider-Man film which indicate that the movie will not only have the villains Shocker and Vulture (which we already knew about), but a third surprise villain. Shockingly, this villain appears to be more of antagonist towards Peter Parker and not Spider-Man. Apparently this character is even going to be romantically involved with Parker's Aunt May during the film, at least at the beginning of the film with him and Peter butting heads. Perhaps a school teacher? A co-worker of Aunt May? No other details are known about the secret character as this time according to the Schmoes.
The Schmoes also report that there will be a surprise classic Spider-Man character cameo in the film that is central to the Spider-Man mythos, one who will play a larger role in upcoming films. Most likely Harry Osborne, Norman Osborne/Green Goblin, Eddie Brock/Venom, or perhaps even J. Jonah Jameson/Peter's future boss at the Daily Bugle.
We've also contacted a few of our sources about this report and believe the so-called third villain is the character Nathan Lubensky, who has ties to Vulture in the comics and is a "normal" dude possibly a school teacher and not a "super villain". We also have it on good authority that actor Logan Marshall Green could be playing this character.
We'd also be willing to put money down, that the secret cameo will be that of Peter Parker's child hood best friend Harry Osborne. They have to start laying that foundation soon, not later.
So what do you guys and gals think? Cool news right? Jump down in the comments section below and let us know your thoughts and your theories! As always, thanks for making EastCoastMovieGuys your place for movie news!
Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to hit theaters on July 7th, 2017.
SOURCE: Schmoes Know