Civil War Involves Family & More Spider-Man?

Looks like Spider-Man’s role in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” may be bigger than many are expecting.


A new report at says that actor Tom Holland has reported to the Berlin set of the film following work he already did on the project back in Atlanta a few weeks ago.

Much of the filming in Germany has involved the characters of Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) who have both been captured in photos by the paparazzi like the one below:

Holland himself has been spotted and photographed in civilian clothing on the streets around Leipzig where the cast is shooting key scenes in the film. Holland himself confirmed he’s filming scenes rather than just visiting the set with an Instagram posting saying “it’s back to work”.

With Holland’s casting and the so far very positive reaction, it would come as little surprise if the filmmakers aren’t beefing up his involvement in the new film. As previously reported, the character will apparently get two costumes in the film – a home-made one and one that Tony Stark designs for him.

Another report at 11 Alive suggests that we’ll also see Peter Parker’s bedroom in the film as they’ve confirmed props were rented for such a set while the production was in Atlanta.

Meanwhile two of Holland’s co-stars Chris Evans and Anthony Mackie have talked with IGN about the character dynamics of the new film and how it compares to more of a family squabble than a serious divide.

Mackie says: “It’s more of a family dispute. That’s what’s so great about this movie and the characters and how they work together. It’s more so when you have a sibling rivalry. The reason people can relate to these characters so much is because they can relate to what they’re going through; everybody’s fought with one of their siblings or one of their friends, wanted to make up with them, but couldn’t figure out the best way to do it and that’s kind of how Civil War works.”

Evans adds: “I feel like families… you have more struggles with the people you love because you care about them. You can’t leave them, you have to make this work. It just feels like when you have a family dynamic of people that you may not get along with, but you can’t just cut them out of your life, that’s what makes the stakes so high.”

“Captain America: Civil War” opens early next year.