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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding to an entire different studio!
Our heads were spinning after seeing Spider-Man FINALLY join his fellow Avengers in the trailer for Captain America: Civil War.
Tom Holland is already getting praise for his take on his the superhero in the upcoming film, which establishes a key relationship between Spidey and Iron Man.
And it looks like the bromance is just getting started — because Robert Downey Jr. just signed on to play Tony Stark yet again in Spider-Man: Homecoming!
This is AH-Mazing news! Not only does this mean we get more Iron Man (which is always a good thing) but also means that Sony's latest reboot of the web-slinging hero will be strongly tied to the MCU!
And it looks like Sony is really committed to making it work. RDJ's appearance in Homecoming required another round of negotiations — and we have a feeling he didn't come cheap! LOLz!
The in-demand actor, who will also be appearing in Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2, is the latest star to join the cast of Homecoming, which already includes Marisa Tomei playing Aunt May and Zendaya playing a new female lead named Michelle!
Wow, this Spidey reboot might actually be Amazing — at it makes us even MORE excited to see Holland's debut in Civil War!
Speaking of which, check out the latest TV spot featuring RDJ and Chris Evans fighting over the last donut (below) — and catch the REAL fight in theaters May 6!
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