Spider-Man will appear in Captain America Civil War as a teenager, but there's nothing to worry when he has Iron-Man, aka the tech-genius-billionaire, by his side. In the Civil War comics Tony Stark was like a mentor to the young Avengers and even went on to build a new armoured suit for Spidey.
Even as fans wonder how their relationship will play out in the Captain America 3 movie, a new report in Latino Review claims that Iron Man will help Parker with his superhero suit in Civil War. However, the report adds that the original comic book plot will not be part of Civil War, even though Stark will be responsible for creating Spidey's web shooters.
When we first meet young Spider-Man, Peter Parker will be a hero using only things a teenager has access, to while Stark is capable of making more "hero ready" suits, says the report. However, there has been no official confirmation from Marvel and fans should take the news with a pinch of salt.
Previously, a Twitter post by Jeremy Runner shared a concept art which reveals two superhero teams in Civil War.
On Captain America's side we see Hawkeye, Bucky Barnes (the Winter Soldier), Ant-Man, Falcon and former agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. Sharon Carter (aka Agent 13). On the other side, Iron Man has recruited Black Widow, Black Panther, the Vision and War Machine.
The third Captain America movie picks up after the events of Avengers: Age Of Ultron and will follow the Civil War storyline. After the devastation in Sokovia due to Ultron's plans in Avengers 2, the government plans to have a superhero registration act, which will divide the Avengers into two groups, one that advocates the registration, and another that will stand against it. The movie is scheduled for release on May 2016.