With Spider-Man Homecoming finishing up production, more and more set photos have been steadily released. Previously we covered photos when shooting was completed in NYC, you can catch that here. Now it seems production has moved to Germany, and while we still don’t know exactly how the scenes pictured below will fit into the story for Spider-Man Homecoming, but it’s highly unlikely that the scenes will be set in Germany. (Previously Spider-Man was seen in Germany for Captain America: Civil War during the huge airport scene in Leipzig). Revisiting Germany likely won’t mix with The first solo outing for Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man.

Based on the photos below Spider-Man will find himself atop a double decker bus, probably for a major action sequence. One can’t help but reminisce on our favorite neighborhood spider saving civilians on a runaway train while fighting Doctor Octopus in Spider-Man 2, or riding on top of a cab, and an ambulance during the Amazing Spider-Man series. I am sure there are more since it’s an iconic concept that fits a character who swings around the streets on New York. Director John Watts isn’t about to move away from this, and who knows, perhaps we will get a huge fight scene involving Vulture while Spider-Man saves the bus riders. Check out the photos below.

Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters on July 7, 2017

Source: ScreenRant