The little bit of press that we have seen from the young cast of Spider-Man Homecoming has shown us an energetic group of actors with a positive attitude and excitement over what they are creating. After the clips were shown in Hall H of San Diego Comic-Con this past weekend, Tom Holland, Spider-Man himself, was as excited as any of the audience members. According to Zendaya, in an interview with Collider immediately following the event, the characters that we will see in the feature film are a lot like their real-life counterparts.

What’s really cool is that it’s so real and it’s so funny and it’s so honest and I think the funny comes out of the realness and awkward moments. And what’s even cooler is that I think everyone is very much like their character. The casting is crazy. I was just talking to someone and they were like, “Tell us about your cast,” and I said, “Look right over there. My cast members are running up and down the press line and they’re jumping. That’s us. We get to be the kids.”

The actress went on to say that she isn’t around for what they are filming this week, and doesn’t know what action is in store for the cast as they move along in development. We don’t know much about Zendaya’s role, except that her character’s name is “Michelle.” You can see the full video of her interview, below. We’ll be able to see the final product of this enthusiastic cast when it premiers July 7, 2016. Let us know what you think of the youthful nature of the cast that’s been put together for Spider-Man: Homecoming, in the comments.

Source: Collider