UPDATE: Alright. Nothing to see here folks. It’s been confirmed that the shoot is for a Dell commercial.
As is customary with most films, Marvel Studios and Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming has begun doing reshoots on their film. Reshoots are a common practice that happens after the editing of the principle photography of a film. During the editing process, directors often find parts in the film that they feel need to be shot again or think of new scenes that should be added. Last Friday, camera crews were spotted at Disneyland California, on what appeared to be a shoot for Spider-Man: Homecoming. A sign mentioning filming of a film was seen in the park, as well camera crews and an actor dressed as Spider-Man.
Saw Spider-Man filming at Disneyland ? pic.twitter.com/s4Uy5TpKSw
— Andy Newman (@andynewman)
In addition to that, a schoolbus scene was seen being shot outside of Van Nuys High School in Los Angeles, with several students tweeting about the filming. The scene sees Spider-Man on top of a classic yellow school bus, seemingly battling a thug.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is filming at Van Nuys High School!!! pic.twitter.com/MGtAV8PHHa
— Blaine (@wolverblaine)
To add credence to these alleged reshoots, Spider-Man actor Tom Holland hinted that he and co-star Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) were seeing each other soon, mentioning on Twitter that he would be seeing his “favourite Hawaiian” that evening. The same day, Batalon posted a photo of him alongside Holland, and Holland’s assistant Harrison Osterfield, with Osterfield and Holland posting in the comments section about their numerous polaroids. Of course, this shoot could end up being for something else entirely. Production crews shoot in Disneyland most of the time for several different things and this might be one of them.
What do you think of these images? Think they’re for the actual film or for something else? Let us know in the comments below!