Spider-Man: Homecoming

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Spider-Man: Homecoming is a 2017 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man and is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film is about a teenage boy living a double life in New York City as a vigilante using spider-like abilities.

Directed by Jon Watts. Written by Watts, Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley, Christopher Ford, Chris McKenna, and Erik Sommers.
Homework can wait. The city can't. taglines

Peter Parker / Spider-Man[edit]

  • Hey, guys! The illegal weapons deal ferry was at 10:30, ya missed it!

Tony Stark / Iron Man[edit]

  • [to Peter at the Avengers' new base] Sorry I took your suit. I mean, you had it coming. Actually, it turns out it was the perfect sort of tough love moment that you needed, right? To urge you on, right? Wouldn't you think? Don't you think? Let's just say it was. You screwed the pooch hard. Big time. But then you did the right thing. You took the dog to the free clinic, you raised the hybrid puppies. Alright, not my best analogy. I was wrong about you. I think with a little more mentoring, you could be a real asset to the team. Yeah, anyway, there's about 50 reporters behind that door– real ones, not bloggers. When you're ready. [reveals the Iron Spider armor] Why don't you try that on? And I'll introduce the world to the newest official member of the Avengers: Spider-Man.


Cindy: Wait, what's happening?
Girl: Peter's not going to Washington.
Cindy: No, no, no.
Abe: Why not?
Liz: Really, right before Nationals?
Michelle: He already quit marching band and robotics lab. [students stare at her] I'm not obsessed with him, I'm just very observant.

[at gym class, the students watch a video of Captain America]
Steve Rogers: Hi, I'm Captain America. Whether in the classroom, or on the battlefield, physical fitness can be the difference between success or failure. Today, my good friend, your gym teacher, will be conducting the Captain America Fitness Challenge.
Gym Teacher: Thank you, Captain. I'm pretty sure this guy is a war criminal now, but, whatever, I have to show these videos; it's required by the state.

[at shop class, Peter is disassembling a Chitauri power cell with a hammer]
Ned: Oh, what is that?
Peter: I don't know, some guy tried to vaporize me with it.
Ned: Seriously? Awesome! I mean, not awesome... totally uncool of that guy, so scary.
Peter: Yeah, well, look, I think it's a power source.
Ned: Yeah, but it's connected to all these micro-processors. That's an inductive charging plate: that's what I use to charge my toothbrush.
Peter: Whoever's making these weapons is obviously combining alien tech with ours.
Ned: That is literally the coolest sentence anyone has ever said. I just wanna thank you for letting me be a part of your journey.
[Peter rolls his eyes at this]

[Peter and Ned are tracking a homing beacon attached to an arms dealer]
Ned: It stopped.
Peter: Maryland?
Ned: What's there?
Peter: I don't know. Evil lair?
Ned: Evil lair?!
Peter: Dude, a gang with alien guns run by a guy with wings? Yeah, they have a lair.
Ned: ... Badass.

Mr. Delmar: How's your aunt?
Peter: Yeah, she's alright.
Mr. Delmar: (in Spanish) His aunt is a hot Italian woman.
Peter: (replies in Spanish as well) How's your daughter?
Mr. Delmar: (smile drops) Yeah, alright. Ten dollars.
Peter: (laughs) It's five dollars.
Mr. Delmar: For that comment, ten dollars.
Peter: Hey, c'mon, I'm joking, I'm joking. (opens wallet and takes out money) Here's five dollars.

[Peter is trying out the Spider-Man suit given by Tony Stark with the suit's AI, Karen, assisting him]
Peter: Wow, they're in the middle of a heist. I could catch them all red-handed, this is awesome. Okay, I'm gonna get a little closer so I can see what's happening...
Karen: Would you like me to engage Enhanced Combat Mode?
Peter: Enhanced Combat Mode? Yeah!
Karen: Activating Instant-Kill!
Peter: What?! No, no, no, I don't wanna kill anybody!
Karen: Deactivating Instant-Kill.
[Peter leaps off his vantage point, failing to swing and crashing into the ground]
Peter: What the hell just happened? What was that?
Karen: [helpful] You jumped off a sign and landed on your face.

Peter: Should I tell Liz that I'm Spider-Man?
Karen: Who is Liz?
Peter: Who is Liz? She's the best, she's awesome. She's just a girl who goes to my school. And yeah, I really wanna tell her, But, it's kinda weird, you know? "Hey, I'm Spider-Man."
Karen: What's weird about that?
Peter: What if she's expecting someone like Tony Stark? I mean, imagine how disappointed she'd be when she sees me.
Karen: Well, if I were her, I wouldn't be disappointed at all.
Peter: Thanks, Karen. It's really nice to have somebody to talk to.

Peter: Hey, Karen, what's up?
Karen: Hey, Peter, how was your Spanish quiz?
Peter: Listen, I was wondering if you could help me: I'm trying to figure out who the guys under the bridge were that night, but I mean, I can only kinda remember part of the license plate.
Karen: I can run facial recognition on the footage of that encounter.
Peter: Footage?
Karen: Yes, Peter. I record everything you see.
Peter: Everything?
Karen: Everything. It's called the Baby Monitor Protocol.
Peter: Yeah, of course it is. Yeah, just roll it back to last Friday.
Karen: With pleasure.
Peter: [in recording, doing impressions in his bathroom mirror] Hey, everyone, yeah, kickass party! Hey, what's up, Liz? Peter's told me a lot about you...
Peter: No, no, this is just me messing around. Go later in the day.
Peter: [in recording, holding a wooden meat tenderizer] Verily, it is I, Thor, son of Odin! [flexes]
Peter: No, this is definitely not what you want to watch–
Karen: Your impressions are very funny.

[Iron Man has a heart-to-heart with Spider-Man after saving the Staten Island Ferry]
Tony Stark: Previously on Peter "Screws the Pooch", I tell you to stay away from this. Instead, you hacked a multi-million dollar suit so you could sneak around behind my back doing the one thing I told you not to do.
Peter: Is everyone okay?
Stark: No thanks to you.
Peter: No thanks to me? Those weapons were out there and I tried to tell you about it, but you didn't listen. None of this would've happened if you had just listened to me! If you even cared, you'd actually be here.
[Tony Stark steps out of the suit to reveal that he IS in fact there]
Stark: I did listen, kid. Who do you think called the FBI, huh? Do you know that I was the only one who believed in you? Everyone else said I was crazy to recruit a 14-year-old kid.
Peter: I'm 15.
Stark: No, this is where you zip it, alright? The adult is talking! What if somebody had died tonight? Different story, right? 'Cause that's on you. And if you died, I feel like that's on me. I don't need that on my conscience.
Peter: Yes sir. I–
Stark: Yes.
Peter: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Stark: Sorry doesn't cut it.
Peter: I understand. I just–I just wanted to be like you.
Stark: And I wanted you to be better. Okay, it's not working out. I'm gonna need the suit back.
Peter: For how long?
Stark: Forever.
[Peter starts to cry]
Stark: Yeah, that's how it works.
Peter: No, no, no, no! Please, please, please!
Stark: Let's have it.
Peter: You don't understand! Please, this is all I have! I'm nothing without this suit!
Stark: If you're nothing without this suit, then you shouldn't have it, okay? God, I sound like my dad.
Peter: I don't have any other clothes.
Stark: Okay, we'll sort that out.

[Adrian Toomes drives his daughter and Peter Parker to Homecoming]
Toomes: What are you gonna do, Pete?
Peter: What?
Toomes: When you graduate, what do you think you're gonna do?
Peter: Oh, I don't know.
Liz: Don't grill him, Dad.
Toomes: I'm just saying, you know, all you guys who go to that school, you pretty much have your lives planned out, right?
Peter: Yeah, no, I'm just a sophomore.
Liz: Peter has an internship with Tony Stark, so I think he has enough to worry.
Toomes: Really? Stark? What do you do?
Peter: [nervous] Yeah, actually, I don't intern for him anymore.
Liz: Seriously?
Peter: Yeah, it got. um, boring.
Liz: It was boring? You got to hang out with Spider-Man.
Toomes: Really? Spider-Man?! Wow, what's he like?
Peter: Yeah, he's. nice, nice man. Solid dude.
Toomes: I've seen you around, right? I mean... somewhere... We've... Have we ever... 'Cause even the voice.
Liz: Um, he does academic decathlon with me, and he was at my party.
Peter: It was a great party, really great, yeah, beautiful house, a lot of windows.
Liz: You were there for like two seconds.
Peter: That was... I was there longer than two seconds.
Liz: You disappeared.
Peter: No, no, I did not disappear.
Liz: Yes, you did, you disappeared, like you always do, like you did in D.C., too.
Toomes: [considering these details] That's terrible what happened down there in D.C., though. Pretty scary. I'll bet you were glad when your old pal Spider-Man showed up in the elevator, though, huh?
Peter: Yeah, well, I actually didn't go up, I saw it off on the ground. Pretty lucky that he was there that day.
Toomes: Good old Spider-Man.
[they arrive at Homecoming]
Toomes: Here we are, end of the line. You head in there, gumdrop. I'm gonna give Peter the dad talk.
Liz: [to Peter] Don't let him intimidate you. Love you, have a safe flight! [Liz exits the car. As soon as she's out of sight, Toomes grabs a gun from the glovebox]
Toomes: [turning to Peter] Does she know?
Peter: Know what?
Toomes: So she doesn't, good. Close to the vest, I admire that. I've got a few secrets of my own. Of all the reasons I didn't want my daughter to date! Peter, nothing is more important to me than family. You saved my daughter's life, and I could never forget something like that, so I'm gonna give you one chance. You ready? You walk through those doors, you forget any of this happened. And don't you ever, ever interfere with my business again, 'Cause if you do, I will kill you, and everyone that you love. I'll kill you dead. That's what I'll do to protect my family. Pete, you understand? Hey... I just saved your life. Now, what do you say?
Peter: ... Thank you.
Toomes: You're welcome. Now, you go on in there, you show my daughter a good time, okay? Just not too good.


  • Homework can wait. The city can't.