Caution: This article comprises of spoilers for Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Of course, Spider-Man: Homecoming is doing very well in silver screens. It has rounded up a considerable measure of extraordinary reviews as it amazes fans with its comedy and its unexpected Easter eggs.
With such a lot of achievement, fans want to learn more about these various Homecoming Easter eggs and what they mean for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
One of these Easter Eggs prods the probable appearance of Miles Morales. He’s an Afro-Hispanic youngster who is the second Spider-Man to show up in the Ultimate Marvel. The character was referred to in Homecoming in a somewhat elusive manner. As it is, Donald Glover’s Aaron Davis, the uncle of Miles, shows up in the film and talks about his nephew. This has made fans anxious to know whether this implies Miles may bounce into the MCU. Nevertheless, it appears like Kevin Feige is still uncertain whether the character may show up.
In an interview with IGN, the Marvel Studios president reacted to questions about the Miles Morales Homage stating the following;
“Just like we referenced Dr. Stephen Strange in The Winter Soldier, we wanted to give that homage that he’s out there in the MCU somewhere. If and when we see him, I don’t know.”
It’s such a disgrace that Marvel won’t make any affirmations about Miles Morales now. However, even though Feige is not considering bringing Miles into the MCU, things could be different later on.