Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige has again confirmed that the upcoming Spider-Man solo movie in 2017 will be a part of the MCU, and that there's a chance an Avenger or two could show up in it.

“He is in the universe now, and the fun of the universe is that characters go back and forth,” Feige said in an interview with EW.

When it was first announced last year that Spidey would appear in Captain America: Civil War, Feige intimated that the solo film would also be part of the MCU, and that Marvel's deal with Sony allowed MCU characters to appear in it.

"Well, we're producing it for Sony. It's exciting, and we're treating it like we treat all of our films," Feige said. "To try to make the best version now of Spider-Man and a version of Spider-Man that inhabits this universe that we've created."

If the rumors that the new film will be titled Spider-Man: Homecoming are true, Feige's new remarks might be significant since the 1984 Homecoming story line featured appearances by Iron Man and Captain America. Also, in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel where Chris Evans and Robert Downey, Jr. talked about the struggles of filming in Atlanta, Downey, Jr. let it slip that they would have to return soon to Atlanta, where Spider-Man is set to film. That doesn't necessarily mean the pair will be in the solo film, so we'll have to wait and see what the Iron Man star meant with those comments...

Whether it'll be called Homecoming or not, the latest Spider-Man reboot will star British actor Tom Holland as Peter Parker and Marissa Tomei as Aunt May. Directed by Jon Watts, the movie will focus on the wallcrawler's time in high school and will have a "John Hughes vibe" when it comes out on July 7, 2017.