Since the announcement that Spider-Man would appear in Captain America: Civil War, many speculated that since he was a late addition, his presence would not be so notable in the movie. I was honestly doubtful about this since the film´s writers was asked if he had a contingency script in case the wall-crawler was added to the storyline; and while his answer was kept vague, he did give indications that such contingencies existed.
Well now, the directors of the Civil War film, Joe and Anthony Russo, had an interiew with Comicbook.com, in which they revealed very important details that will surely please fans of the beloved web-head. Joe Russo said:
"It's a big movie and it includes a lot of characters, I think that a lot of them have really interesting arcs. I think Spider-Man in particular has a really fascinating arc."
His brother, Anthony, elaborated on that:
"Certainly Black Panther, who we introduce. Similarly there, introducing a character gives you a great opportunity to take them on a ride, you know?"
"Vision goes on a journey, as well,"
What do you think of these comments made by the Russo brothers? Being a fan of the Civil War storyline from the comics, I love the idea of Spider-Man having an important role and not just a cameo.
Let´s just hope "Vision´s Journey", "Spider-Man´s arc" and "Black Panther´s introduction" are not as forced as Hawkeye´s storyline in Avengers: Age of Ultron.