Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

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With Sony and Marvel back in business for another Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland, these are the ten best moments in Jon Watts’ franchise.

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Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

While Sam Raimi and Marc Webb’s respective Spider-Man franchise had their many ups and downs, Sony Pictures was still determined to have a working franchise going. After years of fans hoping for the web-slinger to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony and Marvel eventually agreed to a team-up which would allow Spider-Man to appear in the Avengers universe. With Tom Holland taking on the role in the MCU, we have seen a young Peter Parker take part in several Avengers films as well as star in his own franchise. After his recent appearance, there was a bit of drama between the two studios as the collaboration had come to an end, due to negotiations issues.

However, that situation was quickly resolved with Sony and Marvel announcing recently that they have come to a new agreement. This new deal will allow the studios to produce the third Spider-Man movie in the Jon Watts franchise while also have the character appear in one yet-to-be-revealed Marvel Studios picture. With another sequel coming in 2021, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home has already had a lot of spectacular moments. Even though there are too many to choose from, these are the ten best moments from the Holland franchise.

10 A Sinister Tease (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

The first installment in Watts’ franchise had Peter go up against the villainous Adrian Toomes a.k.a. the Vulture (Michael Keaton). While Peter does end up stopping Toomes who figures out that this young teenager is Spider-Man, our big bad has a pretty sinister moment in the post-credits scene.

He ends up running into Mac Gargan (Michael Mando), who is better known as the villainous Scorpion in the comics. Gargan inquires on the rumors that Toomes knows Spider-Man’s identity which he, for some reasons, denies. Even though it wasn’t must of a set-up, could a Sinister Six team-up happen in the third film?

9 M.J. Knew The Whole Time (Spider-Man: Far From Home)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

Throughout the two films, Zendaya portrays Michelle Jones who is slightly based on Peter’s iconic love interest Mary Jane Watson who also goes by M.J. Starting out as one of the supporting players in Spider-Man Homecoming, M.J. becomes the female lead in the sequel where Peter begins to develop feelings towards her.

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One of her best moments in the franchise thus far is when she, hilariously, reveals to Peter that she knows he is Spider-Man. Everything she says is spot-on as it wouldn’t be that difficult to figure it out, especially if you’re within Peter’s circle whether it is at school or not.

8 Adrian Threatens Peter (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

One of Toomes’ best scenes in the first movie is right after he figures out that Peter and Spider-Man is the same person. In this incarnation, Liz Allen (Laura Harrier) is the Vulture’s daughter who is Peter’s first love interest. As they’re on the way to the Homecoming dance, that’s when Adrian figures out Peter’s secret.

But as he forces Peter to stay in the car for a “father-boyfriend” chat, we get one of the best Spider-Man scenes of all time without any action or costumes. Keaton’s performance is chilling as Adrian makes it very clear what he’ll do if Peter interferes with his plans. It’s definitely one of the better hero-villain conversations of all time.

7 Peter Creates His New Spidey Suit (Spider-Man: Far From Home)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

The latest Spider-Man film didn’t make things easy for Peter at all as he had to go up against Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal.) At one point, Peter hits rock bottom after Mysterio messed with him big time. But determined to stop the villain, Peter reunites with Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) in a very moving scene before they take off to go after Mysterio.

During their flight, we have a very nerdy scene where Peter ends up creating his next Spidey suit using Tony Stark’s technology. It may be small, but it was still big to see Peter getting to be involved in constructing his latest costume, with Happy getting moved as he sees a little bit of Tony in Peter.

6 Ned Learns Peter’s Secret (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

Without a doubt, one of the best characters in this new Spidey franchise is Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), who brings a lot of humor and heart as Peter’s best friend. It doesn’t take long before Ned finds out what Peter’s mysterious “Stark Internship” has been this whole time.

As Peter returns home at one point, while still being in costume, he unmasks himself in his bedroom without noticing that Ned saw the whole thing. What follows is a spot-on reaction of how a teenager would really react if they found out their BFF was a superhero.

5 Final Battle versus the Vulture (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

As Tony (Robert Downey Jr.) takes the suit he made for Peter back, our hero is forced to suit up in his homemade suit when the Vulture begins to make his next move. This is where Peter really proves himself to live up to the name of Spider-Man by doing it without any help of Stark tech or Avengers assistance.

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The final showdown between him and Toomes was incredibly fun to follow as it kept getting bigger for every passing second.

4 Mysterio Messes with Spider-Man (Spider-Man: Far From Home)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

In one of the biggest scenes in the film, fans really get to see why Mysterio is one of Spider-Man’s greatest villains. As our big bad is determined to remove our hero out of the equation, Peter is put through a massive series of illusions that truly feels like something you would see in a Spider-Man comic.

The visual work that went into this particular scene is what made the long wait for Mysterio’s live-action debut completely worth it.

3 Final Battle Versus Mysterio (Spider-Man: Far From Home)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

Like any great superhero film, we do get the epic finale showdown between Spider-Man and Mysterio. The big bad puts up a great fight though as he tries with plenty of illusions to defeat Peter who manages to see through Quentin Beck’s smokes and mirrors. It’s, without a doubt, one of the best Spider-Man fights in all of the films that have come.

Mysterio, in a last desperate effort, tries to trick Peter with yet another illusion while attempting at murdering the teenager, but Peter’s Spider-Sense sees through it. Peter defeating Mysterio is 100% satisfying even though the formidable foe seemingly passes away from his injuries.

2 The Trapped Spider (Spider-Man: Homecoming)

Jon Watts SpiderMan 10 Best Moments In The Tom Holland Franchise

While Peter does save the day, it wasn’t an easy one. Especially as he, at one point, gets trapped in rubbles of a building that Toomes destroys. This pivotal moment puts Peter to the true test as he is all alone with no Stark suit or anyone to hear or help him.

With Tony’s words echoing in his mind, Peter finds the motivation to use all of his spider-strength to get himself free. This is is absolutely breathtaking.

1 Mysterio’s Final Surprise & THAT Cameo (Spider-Man: Far From Home)

The mid-credits scene became one of the main reasons why it was absolutely necessary for Sony and Marvel to be back in business for the sequel. Despite being dead, Mysterio had one final trick up his sleeve. This also came with an amazing cameo by J.K. Simmons playing the MCU’s J. Jonah Jameson, after having played the iconic character in the Raimi franchise.

Here, Jameson reveals footage (which was doctored by Mysterio) that paints Spider-Man as the true villain of the story. But it gets worse as Mysterio reveals to the world that Peter Parker is Spider-Man. What will this do for Spider-Man in the MCU? All that is left to be said is that July 16, 2021 can’t get here soon enough.

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