Though Peter Parker keeps crime at bay while swinging around the NYC in a spider outfight at night, the Marvel superhero does keep a day job as a photographer for the Daily Bugle. However, now that Tom Holland's taking the role for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, reports have indicated that the publication would be kept out of the young British actor's upcoming superhero solo, Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Luckily, new reports seem to indicate otherwise. Though it seems like Peter won't be working for the Daily Bugle just yet, Japanese media that was able to feature several clips from Homecoming's international trailer reveal that the fictional newspaper publication really does exist in the film.
Photos of a Daily Bugle paper taken from the trailer have surfaced online. The image of the newspaper issue also has a plaque next to it to confirm its place in the upcoming Spider-Man film.
Other images from the film have also made their way online. Check them out down here:
Since The Bugle issue doesn't have any headlines on Spider-Man, it's possible that the paper is seen during the earlier parts of the film before Peter becomes a prominent fixture in the city. There is however a mention of Captain America: Civil War's UN attack and a Washington Monument hoax which sounds absolutely interesting.
Spider-Man: Homecoming comes slinging into theaters on July 7, 2017.
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