Spider-Man: Homecoming Easter Egg Teases Larger Role For Damage Control

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We tend to overlook some of the little details in our favorite comic book movies. However, these Easter Eggs could actually be hinting at what will happen in the sequels. For instance, one fan has pointed out that Damage Control appeared more often than we thought in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Not surprisingly, this led to speculations that the fictional construction company will appear in more Sony Universe of Marvel Characters (SUMC) films.

A Reddit user recently shared the Easter Egg, pointing out that Damage Control reappeared after Spider-Man's encounter with the "Avengers" in Homecoming. Check out the post below.

A little detail I noticed whilst watching homecoming. The man and woman from damage control who took over from Toomes’ crew at the start of the movie can also be seen at the aftermath of the attack at the atm vestibule.

It's a cool detail that reveals how Damage Control is always on top of supervillain situations. Interestingly, one comment stated that actress Tyne Daly, who played Damage Control head Anne Marie Hoag, was credited before Marisa Tomei in the film's opening credits.

So could this mean that Damage Control will reappear in more SUMC movies? There are speculations that the company will be visible again in Venom although Daly has not yet been confirmed to appear in the Tom Hardy film. Nevertheless, fans should keep an eye out for Damage Control in the future.

The sequel to Homecoming is currently being filmed. Spider-Man: Far From Home will introduce Brokeback Mountain actor Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck, a special effects expert who uses his skill to commit crimes and adopts the moniker Mysterio. Michael Keaton is also set to reprise his role as Adrian Toomes/Vulture next year.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is scheduled for release on July 5, 2019.

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