The Marvel Cinematic Universe will end 2020 by releasing no new movies. This will be the first year in a decade where that has happened, and yet, the MCU carries on. In this article, we will be discussing the interesting stunt sequence in the Spider-Man 3.
The next entry in the Spider-Man film franchise is currently filming, and while we know very little about what to expect from the new movie, thanks to a new video that was able to sneak a peek at production, we know Spidey’s next adventure will have its share of action, no shock there, I guess.
Although we have zero context for how that action will fit into the story, a user on Twitter posted a video which shows, at a distance, a stunt sequence being filmed for the as-yet-untitled Spider-Man movie.
We see Spider-Man, and somebody who appears to be Zendaya’s MJ, involved in a conversation for a few seconds before Spidey grabs her and leaps into the open air.
Spider-Man 3 | Interesting Stunt Sequence
But either way, this is precisely the sort of thing we have come to expect from a Spider-Man movie, and it’s just good to see the production in full swing right now. And hey, Spider-Man is always wearing a mask, so that’s putting safety first.
Of course, the crazy thing about this scene is that considering how much can be done with digital effects, we have no idea what we’re seeing—the pair standing on top of a shipping container that has been elevated into the air.
Will that be the stunt location, or will computers be used to change everything around them completely? They could be jumping off the top of a building for all we know. We don’t know much of anything about the new Spider-Man movie’s actual story, so we’re all guessing at this point.
The only thing we know with certainty beyond the fact that the movie is happening is that Jamie Foxx will play Electro, a casting choice that was certainly influenced by the fact that he played the role previously in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, but whether or not Foxx will actually be connecting the two franchises more directly is unclear.