Rather, Spider-Man first showed up as a little kid in Iron Man 2 back in 2010. There’s the theory that all the Pixar movies are in the same universe and a more or less confirmed theory that every Quentin Tarantino movie is in the same universe. “I can confirm that as of today”.
When Blade was released in theaters in 1998, not a lot of people were familiar with the Marvel Comics character, and fans who watched it would know that Wesley Snipes portrayed the role brilliantly.
Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming, starring Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Tyne Daly, Bokeem Woodbine, Robert Downey Jr., Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Michael Chernus, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Martin Starr, Michael Barbieri, Angourie Rice and Abraham Attah, opens on Friday, July 7. Within the MCU, Iron Man 2 takes place in early 2011, while Civil War is set in the middle of 2016, which matches up with the ages of Peter Parker.
It’s worth noting that although Holland and president of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige have confirmed Peter Parker’s placement in the timeline, this revelation is most likely a clever way of confirming a long-held fan theory (which speculated that the young boy was actually Peter Parker), as opposed to being planned out from the beginning. “In the meantime, I think Miles has a big animation project from Sony”. He said: “There’s a pretty big crew already in those movies, but you might keep an eye out. I think Blade is a legacy character now, and I think it would be fun to do something with him one day”. And he loves Tony Stark.