With "Spider-Man: Homecoming" hitting theaters on July 7th, more and more details are coming to light about the upcoming Tom Holland film thanks to press previews and early screenings for a select few. One interesting spoiler that's set to surprise fans is the fact that Gwyneth Paltrow will make an appearance in the film, Geek Tyrant reported. As evidenced in the cast list that they were able to get their hands on, Paltrow will be in the film to reprise her role as Pepper Potts. It will be interesting to see how Tom Holland's Peter Parker will interact with her if they do get a chance to meet, given Parker's tendency to geek-out when it comes to high- profile individuals such as the Avengers.

Tom Holland wants to work with 'Venom' star Tom Hardy

Speaking of geeking out, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star Tom Holland has repeatedly expressed his admiration for "Mad Max: Fury Road" star Tom Hardy, who is set to have his own Sony flick in the form of "Venom." Screenrant recently spoke with Holland, who said that despite the fact that it's not really up to the actor, he really wants to get to work with Hardy. He explained that as Spider-Man, "I exist in a world with the Avengers. If Venom exists in that world...I don’t think he does. But any opportunity to work with Tom Hardy, I’d jump to it."

'Venom' not part of the MCU

Unfortunately for "Spider-Man: Homecoming" star Tom Holland, "Venom" is not part of the MCU despite the now-blurred lines between the films.

Earlier this week, Sony boss Amy Pascal confused filmgoers when she said that the "Venom" and "Black Cat" films will be "adjuncts" to the MCU.

Fandango's Erik Davis finally cleared the air when he spoke with Pascal recently, taking to Twitter to clarify her statements. He tweeted, "Venom, Black Cat, etc are in the Marvel comics universe but not the MCU."

In another tweet, Erik Davis said: "Pascal said she was itching to clarify that after the story this week.

Those other movies will not take place in the MCU."

Holland celebrates anniversary of casting as 'Spider-Man'

Its been a long wait for "Spider-Man: Homecoming," especially since Tom Holland's Peter Parker first made an appearance in "Captain America: Civil War" last year.

Holland recently took to Twitter to share that it's actually been two years since he was first cast as the wall-crawling teen superhero. He wrote that since then, "My life was flipped upside down. What a ride it's been and what amazing fans I have."

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" opens on July 7.