Spider-Man: Homecoming

Trivia: Jennifer Connelly voices the "suit lady", the AI in Spider-Man's suit. In real life she's married to Paul Bettany, who voiced Jarvis, the AI in Iron Man's suit, and who later played Vision.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Trivia: When Spidey sits on a lamp post, behind him on a wall there is graffiti with the name "Bagley" on it - that's a reference to the Ultimate Spider-Man artist Mark Bagley.


Trivia: Principal Morita of the school is a descendent of Jim Morita, seen in action in Captain America: The First Avenger. He also has a photo of him in his office.


Trivia: Longtime actor Michael Keaton seems permanently attached to winged superhero roles. Keaton began the superhero phase of his career in 1989 as "Batman" in the original film and its first sequel. Keaton was nominated for an Academy Award for 2014's "Birdman," playing a washed-up actor who was once a flying superhero movie star. In "Spiderman: Homecoming," Keaton plays the high-flying villain Adrian Toomes (aka "Vulture").

Charles Austin Miller

Trivia: Tony Revolori received death threats after he was cast in the role of Flash Thompson.

Trivia: Stan Lee makes a cameo as the guy who speaks with a lady from building to building.


Trivia: Michelle has the same personality as Gwen Stacy from Marvel's Ultimate Universe.

Trivia: Adrian Toomes is never referred to as "The Vulture" in the movie.

Trivia: While Spidey drives Flash's car, in the background there is graffiti with "McFarlane" on it as reference to Todd McFarlane, another comic artist.


Trivia: In Peter's room there are two flags of the New York Mets. Peter is a huge fan of that baseball team in the comics.


Trivia: When Happy is getting Stark's stuff on the plane, the Mark 42 armor from Iron Man 3 can be seen.


Trivia: The gauntlets used by the shocker are an upgrade of those used by Crossbones in Captain America: Civil War.

Trivia: The license plate on Shocker's van is MAR4667, that's a reference to Amazing Spider-Man #46 from March 1967 which was his first appearance.


Trivia: The license plate on aunt May's car has AMF1562 on it, a reference to Amazing Fantasy #15 from 1962.


Trivia: The homemade suit of Spidey is inspired by the Scarlet Spider suit from the comics.


Trivia: There is a post credit scene with Captain America.


Trivia: There is a mid credit scene with Toomes speaking with another villain.


Trivia: The scene where Peter is trapped under the rubble of Vulture's lair and uses his spider strength to lift the concrete off himself and escape is a recreation of a famous scene from Amazing Spider-Man #33.


Trivia: During an appearance on "The Chef Show," Gwyneth Paltrow revealed to Jon Favreau that she had no idea she appeared in this movie. Given how secretive Marvel is about their film productions, she most likely thought the scene she was filming was for an Avengers movie.

Phaneron Premium member

Trivia: At the school, around the hall there is a Howard Stark mural and also one of Dr. Abraham Erskine from the first Captain America film.


Factual error: After Toomes and his crew lose the cleanup contract and they are back in their shop, on the table is a Coors "stubby" Banquet beer bottle. This bottle was released in 2013 and the scene takes place earlier than that.

wizard_of_gore Premium member
More mistakes in Spider-Man: Homecoming

Peter Parker: I'm sick of Mr. Stark treating me like a kid.
Ned Leeds: But you are a kid.
Peter Parker: Yeah. A kid who can stop a bus with his bare hands.

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Question: After Toomes says to Peter "Really? Stark?" Did Liz say "so cool"?


Answer: Yes, we hear Liz say, "So cool" but since she's sitting behind Adrian we don't actually see her saying it.

Super Grover Premium member
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