A woman flies a kite depicting comic book superhero Spider-Man kite during the annual Singapore Kite Festival at the central business district area of Marina Bay in Singapore August 23, 2014. Reuters/Edgar Su

“Spider-Man” reboot movie director Jon Watts talked about what has been shared with him about the plans for the character and how he is preparing for it, in a recent interview. The character will first appear in “Captain America: Civil War,” before the solo movie.

In an interview with Den of Geeks, Watts discussed some his past projects and also talked about his forthcoming superhero movie. The director revealed that since the filming of “Captain America: Civil War” is done, he will now have to focus on his own solo movie.

The director did not reveal whether any “big plans” for Peter Parker were discussed, but said that he is now “in the trenches now” and he is trying to figure out his approach to the movie. Watts also revealed that he is drawing inspiration from comics like “Ultimate Spider-Man,” “Archies” and “Spider-Man Loves Mary-Jane.”

Watts apparently has been given the “freedom to pull from anything” for the movie and he said that he really likes the stories where Peter Parker is dealing with the problems of high school, while dealing with the challenges of being a superhero. Incidentally, the Spider-Man (Tom Holland) in “Captain America: Civil War” is also a high school student.

According to a report by HeroicHollywood, Holland’s first role as the wall-crawling superhero will be “big.” The movie will show the character to be 15 years old, who has been saving people for some time now. An unconfirmed tip from a supposed 15 minute screening of the movie gives some hints about the costume of the superhero.

The costume is said to have the same symbol on the back, as the one seen in “The Ultimate Spider-Man” animated series. The report points out that Marvel is now making the best use of the source material of the character and is now going back to “its roots.”

“Captain America: Civil War” is currently in the post-production phase of the development and is slated to be released on April. 29, 2016 in Australia. The untitled “Spider-Man” reboot is slated to be released in the year 2017, with Holland reprising his role as the superhero.

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