Spiderman Homecoming

Peter Parker is a high school student in Queens by day and super hero, Spider-man, by night.              

  • Starring: Tom Holland, Michael Keaton
  • Director(s): Jon Watts
  • Producer(s): Kevin Feige, Amy Pascal
  • Screenwriter(s): Johnathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley, Jon Watts
  • Distributor: Columbia Pictures
  • Animal Coordinator: Unknown
  • Release Date: Wednesday, July 05, 2017
  • Rating: Outstanding

Featured Animal Action

In the scene where the actor walks into the deli and pets the cat on the counter, trainers brought the cat inside the deli prior to filming and placed him on the counter. Trainers were off-camera using hand signals to keep the cat in place. On action, the actor walked into the deli, pet the cat and walked out. The cat was rewarded with treats after shooting the scene.

In the scene when Spider-man carries the cat out of the deli, which explodes and hands the owner the cat,  multiple fog machines created smoke inside and outside of the bodega.  The fog was safe to breathe. The cat was given to the actor playing Spider-man prior to shooting the scene, they felt comfortable with each other. On action, the actor jogged with the cat outside the smoking deli. The explosion never occurred near the cat.

In the scene where the dog runs after Spider-man, and he throws the ball over the dog’s head and the dog runs in the other direction to fetch it, filming occurred in the backyard of a suburban home at night.  The backyard was a different yard than the one used last night but will appear to be the same yard in the film. The actor playing Spider-man gave the dog treats provided by the trainers. Two trainers were on point prior to filming. One was located behind the camera, the other was hidden on the other side. On action, one of the trainers threw a tennis ball toward the garage after Spiderman ran by, and the other released the dog.  Spiderman called the dog to him.  The dog ran approximately 25 feet after the ball and then was called to Spiderman.  Everything went smoothly.