There is little doubt that people are missing Tony Stark especially since Peter Parker will be mentored by a different Avenger in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Luckily, fans can see Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. together again! The Spider-Man: Homecoming stars have just reunited for the first time since Avengers: Endgame and they're doing it for a good cause!
It's no secret that Peter Parker looks up to Tony Stark especially since Tony was the one who recruited Peter to help the Avengers. Unfortunately, Tony was killed off in Endgame, putting an end to possibilities that he would appear in future Spider-Man movies. Nevertheless, that doesn't mean we won't get to see Holland and Downey together again for a different project.
Holland recently took part in the Venture Into Cures EB Research Fundraiser event when his phone began to chime. Realizing who was calling, the Uncharted actor answered and told Downey what he was doing. Interestingly, Downey revealed that he knows all about Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) and was happy to help Holland out.
It's a brief reunion but it was also great to see that the two still have the same chemistry that made watching Tony and Peter so enjoyable. It's unclear if we'll get to see the two characters together again but we're hoping that Holland and Downey will work on another project soon.
With Tony's passing, Peter is undoubtedly unsure of what he should be doing in Spider-Man: no Way Home. With his identity revealed, Peter needs help and the only one he could turn to is Doctor Strange. But will the Sorceror Supreme's actions only make things worse? We'll find out later this month when Spider-Man: No Way Home is finally released.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will premiere exclusively in theaters on December 17, 2021.