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Is Spider-Man: Homecoming web-swinging by Avengers HQ?

September 17th, 2016 by Phil Robinson Comments

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All MCU fanboy eyes are eagerly awaiting anything Spider-Man: Homecoming news related, and none other than Peter Parker himself Tom Holland keeps dropping the hints via social media of possible things to expect.

His most recent? Dropping a massive clue that the Homecoming crew could be web-slinging by the Avengers base we saw in Captain America: Civil War.

Holland posted the following photo on Instagram recently:

The A team! @hazosterfield @lifeisaloha

A photo posted by ✌️ (@tomholland2013) on

And while it may look like three guys just hanging outside a Porsche sign, this is actually the Porsche Headquarters in Atlanta, which took on the role as the Avengers Facility during the filming of Civil War.

It could be nothing, at the end of the day Holland is more than welcome to visit the HQs of fancy car manufacturers all he wants, but damn it would be cool to see him drop in for a visit to Avengers HQ.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is on the card for a 7th July 2017 release.

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