This year, there will be three Marvel Comics movies thanks to the fact that the company regained partial rights to the Spider-Man franchise. The first thing that Marvel did was hire 20-year-old Tom Holland to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man and then threw him into "Captain America" Civil War." Now that the first Marvel-produced Spider-Man movie is coming. Actor Tom Holland told MTV News that he thinks he knows how the movie's sequels will flow.

The possible Spider-Man formula

Tom Holland pointed to the "Harry Potter" franchise as an example of what he believes Marvel Comics has planned for the Spider-Man franchise.

For those who are not aware of the Potter movies, each film followed a year of Harry Potter in wizarding school. This means that Peter Parker, who is in high school in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" could move up one grade for the next movie. Then, if Holland is right, each movie will take place until Peter graduates and moves on to college and then the movies will follow him through college. It is an interesting idea and would allow Holland to age and grow along with the character. The original "Spider-Man" movies followed a younger Peter Parker but he was already out of high school and Marvel made it clear they wanted the high school Peter Parker to play with in their movies.

"Spider-Man: Homecoming"

The new movie all starts out with Spider-Man following the events of "Captain America: Civil War." He wants to impress Tony Stark/Iron Man and would love to become a member of The Avengers one day. However, he also has to deal with being an outcast in school and finds himself fighting an actual super villain in Michael Keaton's Vulture, despite Tony Stark trying to convince him not to.

The new Spider-Man film series will not only present Tom Holland as a high school aged superhero but will be the first from Marvel Comics to present a young, inexperienced street level hero in a world that, so far, has been all about larger-than-life Gods and Monsters. It will be a nice change and should provide Marvel with a new series to last as the original Marvel hero's stories come to a close.