Spider-Man: Homecoming” comes out this summer and will be a homecoming of two sorts. The biggest homecoming is the fact that Marvel has brought Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where before he was separated from other heroes while under the Sony banner. At the moment, Spider-Man will appear in two solo movies as well as in “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers 4.”

Second Spider-Man movie first to hit after 'Avengers 4'

What is most interesting is that, after years of growing to love Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor, it is the more grounded superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

That is very important because Marvel President Kevin Feige said that the second solo “Spider-Man” movie will be the first one that fans see after “Avengers 4.” That will be how audiences are led into the new world that is the result of the huge war with Thanos.

Feige points out that “Avengers 4” will bring the total number of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies up to 22 and that will be the conclusion of that specific storyline. Already hinted at is that characters like Captain America, Iron Man, and Thor might not be around anymore after that climactic battle. That means that fans will have to figure out where the story goes from here and they will start that journey in the eyes of Spider-Man.

Kevin Feige basically said that the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe changes after “Avengers 4” and nothing will be the same again.

The good news is that the second Spider-Man movie is coming out just two months after “Avengers 4,” so fans won’t have to wait too long to see how the new world operates.

“Spider-Man: Homecoming”

After five previous Spider-Man movies, three by Sam Raimi and two by Marc Webb, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” sends Peter Parker back to high school and rebrands the series.

This is no origin story because Spider-Man already appeared in “Captain America: Civil War.” One thing that Kevin Feige pointed out was that this movie will see how Spider-Man deals with the changes in his life after he was recruited to help Iron Man battle Captain America in that movie.

Once again, that is the way that Marvel is putting audiences into the world of these bigger-than-life characters – having them watch it through the eyes of a street level teenager.

Feige said that Spider-Man has to deal with how to cope with life knowing that so many big things are out there and he has to go back to school. In the second Spider-Man movie, he will have to deal with life knowing that alien invasions are possible.