9 years ago released Spider-Man 3, the last Spidey film directed by Sam Raimi and starring Tobey Maguire. Time went by so quickly... . Last year, Marvel and Sony made an agreement on Spider-Man cinematographic rights and casted a new Peter Parker : Tom Holland. Gosh, when I heard that, I was so devastated that I couldn't go on the Internet for a few days. After Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man disaster, I was expecting a return of Sam Raimi, Tobey Maguire and the whole cast, at least the whole cast without necessarily Sam coming back (although his job was amazing). There were so many ways to do this and include that version in the MCU that we know today. But unfortunately, Marvel guys wanted a younger Peter Parker, who'd still be in high school to "deeply explore this aspect of Peter Parker". Well, I'm not gonna say what they did is a huge mistake because anyway, Spider-Man needed a big change for the silver screen after Andrew Garfield bad performance, but I'm not gonna say either that they did great by casting this young actor for a "restart" of Spidey story. They largely could've taken Tobey to continue his story that he started back in 2002. I believe and I'm not the only one, that Tobey in Captain America Civil War with of course Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson and Rosemary Harris as Aunt May would have been so tremendous and amazingly well-received by fans.
Today, less than 2 months away from Civil War, we know that Spidey will be portrayed by Tom Holland, a 19 year-old Birtish actor. Spider-Man that we knew with Tobey Maguire is unfortunately out of time now, but he will always be the true Spider-Man, and will aways be in our minds.
"With great power comes great responsibility, this is my gift, my curse. Who am I ? I'm Spider-Man."