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Spider-Man: Homecoming has no less than 100 people in it. OK, alright, maybe that’s an over exaggeration….but it’s a really large cast. You got  Tom Holland reprising his role from Captain America: Civil War as Peter Parker alongside an ensemble cast that includes Logan Marshall-Green, Donald Glover, Tony Revolori, Bokeem Woodbine, Michael Keaton, Robert Downey Jr, Marissa Tomei, and Zendaya (who’s playing *gasp* an ethnic Mary Jane Watson) to name a few. Looking over the IMBD page, at least 40 people are credited to star in this film. Why not another?

A familiar face from the Marvel Cinematic Universe is set to cameo in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Here’s a hint: he’s a character who got his head in between Black Widows legs (and the actor/director probably loved every ever minute of it) and was taken down with a hurricanrana move like straight outta the WWE. If that was too much a sexual charged and possibly misogynistic reference, then try this… he’s the guy that brought the “briefcase suit”.

If the photo header and the teases were not enough of a giveaway, we’re talking about Jon Favreau, who played Tony Stark’s bodyguard, Happy Hogan in the Iron Man films. Big reveal, huh? OK, so Nerd Bastards sucks at this whole Click Bait thing. So, uh, yeah… what the deuce is Happy Hogan doing in Spider-Man?

It is known that Robert Downey Jr will be appearing in the film as Tony Stark aka Iron Man, so it’s not that much of a jump in picturing how Favreau’s character Hogan might fit in.  Like, for speculation purposes, Tony Stark trying to bang Aunt May, and throws himself over Tony the way he did in Iron Man 3.

Happy Hogan returns! We almost lost him in Iron Man 3 (along with a few Iron Man fans. It was not, to some, a strong film). This appearance will be the first non-Iron Man appearance of the character on the big screen. That’s the one thing about the MCU that is the best, you never know when an where a character might turn up.

Iron Man: Homecoming!… er, scratch that…. Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

Source: Variety

 

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