Kevin Feige authenticate’s Spiderman as High School Boy
The next edition of Spider Man would have ‘Peter Parker’ as the high school superhero, as per Marvel Studios president ‘Kevin Feige’ in one of a interview. He shared his thoughts that action hero could travel around the multiplicity and greater value in high school age as stories say.
Marvel Studios president ‘Kevin Feige’, who, after the revelation Sony Marvel deal earlier this year, is now serving to oversee creative direction of the SpiderMan movies, reported The Verge. Feige said that Some of his favourite SpiderMan arcs & SpiderMan stories. He is in high school for the lot of it. We want to investigate that. He further added That also makes him very, very different from any of our other characters in Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is something else we want to explore: how distinctive he is when now put against all these other characters,” he added.
He added further that the high school aged Parker opens doors to seraching story lines from many of comics that have so far to be developed on silver screen. There are so many things from this comics that have not been done so far. Not just characters or villains or following characters, but sides to his character. The most observable being the young, does not quite fit in the kid before his powers, & then the fella that puts on the mask & swings around and combats bad guys.
The young age ‘Parker’ would have the greater time to search the dynamics of superhero at that age, the movie is set to hit theatres on July 28, 2017.