Updated 05:22 PM EST, Wed, Feb 19, 2020

'Spider-Man' 2017 Reboot Cast, Trailer & Spoilers: Is This How Peter Parker Gets His Web Shooters? [Rumors]

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New rumors about Marvel's "Spider-Man" reboot has surfaced yet again, revealing just how faithful the studio's version of the wall-crawler's story to its comic book origins.

Spider-Man would soon be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would also be given his still-untitled stand-alone film in 2017 as a result of a joint venture of Marvel and Sony.

And, as the introduction of Spider-Man to the MCU via "Captain America: Civil War" continues to rake the headlines, more rumors surface involving the web-slinging superhero.

A "hot rumor" from Latino Review revealed just how close Tom Holland's "Spider-Man" is to the comics particularly in terms of how he acquires his web-slingers.

In the comics Amazing Spider-Man #529: The Road to Civil War, Peter Parker receives a special spider suit from Tony Stark a.k.a. Iron Man, incorporating his own suit's technology to the young superhero.

This, says the outlet, is the suit Spider-Man uses while fighting on the side of the billionaire genius during the Civil War that rooted from a disagreement between Stark and Steve Rogers a.k.a. Captain America on whether or not heroes should abide by the government's Superhuman Registration Act.

On the later part of the comic book, the story then proceeds to when Spider-Man switches sides and ditches the suit.

While this storyline may be exciting to see in the big screen, the site's sources claimed that "Captain America: Civil War" would deviate from it a little bit particularly on the part of Spider-Man sporting a Stark-made suit.

According to the outlet, he would instead wield a web shooters made by Iron Man himself.

Past movie adaptations of Spider-Man gave varying origins for his web shooting capabilities, making it a pertinent detail which Yahoo Movies consider something that many fans are eager to learn.

In Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man" trilogy starring Toby MaGuire, the hero's web-slinging feat comes naturally after he was bitten by a radioactive spider that is.

The more recent "The Amazing Spider-Man" from Marc Webb featuring Andrew Garfield, on the other hand, portrayed Peter Parker as someone smart enough to be able to improvise a web-slinging device for himself.

According to Screen Crush, Raimi's version of the origin of the web shooters, something the outlet dubbed as "organic" because it was portrayed as a result of Parker's DNA mutation, sparked outrage among Marvel comics fans.

This, however, was immediately reversed after his next installments delivered a very satisfactory story and overall presentation of the friendly neighborhood superhero.

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