We know that “Spider-Man: Homecoming” will swing into cinemas this summer. The production house behind this film, LEGO, has officially announced that two other movies are in the final works. It means “ATM Heist Battle” and “Beware the Vulture” are set to release this year. “ATM Heist Battle” features Spider-Man as its main character, while several mini figures will appear in minor roles. On the other hand, “Beware the Vulture” includes both Iron Man and Spider-Man as the main characters, with The Vulture and Shocker playing villains. The production house has completed filming and is currently busy in post-production.

The stories of ‘ATM Heist Battle’ and ‘Beware the Vulture’

In “ATM Heist Battle,” a young man Peter Parker (Tom Holland) observes that the city is in danger. He decides to save the humans from the weird creatures that have started spreading here and there. He wears the Spider-Man costume and hides his identity while helping the innocents. “Beware the Vulture” is a story of a family with several members willing to learn the black magic. The head of the family is an old man, Tony Stark, who tries to stop his juniors from learning black magic. But it seems that they won’t listen to him and continue learning the magic tricks.

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ – the most anticipated project by LEGO

It would not be wrong to say that “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is the most anticipated project of LEGO, which is in the final works.

This film sees Maris Tomei and Tom Holland reprising their characters from “Captain America: Civil War,” while Marvel veteran Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark and Jon Favreau portrays Happy Hogan. New additions to the cast include Zendaya, Michael Keaton, Logan Marshall-Green, Hannibal Buress, and Jorge Lendeborg. LEGO has refused to comment whether Kenneth Choi and Isabella Amara will be a part of the project or not.

This movie is set for release on July 7, and dozens of teaser trailers are already out.

The actor Martin Starr reveals that he was offered the role opposite Tom Holland. He is playing a nerd who doesn’t care for his elders. He is crazy to learn black magic and contacts a magician in this regard. In the mega-budget movie, Martin plays a handsome and smart boy with no money in his pocket.

Basically, he is depending on his parents and fails to find a suitable job. Finally, he decides to get some supernatural powers through magic but things suddenly change when Starr fails in most of his tricks. In March 2017, LEGO's president Rothman Peter announced that a sequel to “Homecoming” is likely hit the theaters next year.