"Captain America: Civil War" will be released only in 2016, but it looks like fans have fresh speculations to suffice their curiosity. According to the latest reports, details of Spider-Man's new costume in the Marvel film have been revealed and it's apparently based on the first comic books.

Well, we all know that ever since Tom Holland's debut as Spider-Man in Marvel Cinematic Universe has been confirmed, there have been various speculations about how the web-slinger's new costume will look like in "Captain America: Civil War."

Just a few months ago, when reports of Tom Holland having finished shooting for his role in the film came out, there were also a series of stories suggesting that Spidey will be sporting two costumes in the film. Apart from these, rumoured concept art and descriptions of the costume too have been running wild on the Internet.

While some suggested that Peter Parker will first be introduced in a home-made version of the suit and will later get an upgrade from Tony Stark towards the end of the film (red and gold costume), others claimed that the film will feature Spider-Man in the classic blue and red colour Spider-suit at least once.

And now, the latest description has been revealed by Heroic Hollywood, which teases that the new Spider-Man costume will be inspired by the design featured in the 60's original comic book — "The Ultimate Spider-Man Animated Cartoon."

The report said that the description is unconfirmed, but has hinted that the Spidey costume will have the infamous red spider logo, which is similar to the one in the original comics, dated back to 1962. According to the report, this information has come from a theatre staff who was present during a special 15-minute screening hosted by Marvel. The footage, reportedly showed the first-look at Spider-Man's new costume.

Now, what the costume will exactly look like is something we will know only when "Captain America: Civil War" hits theatres on 6 May, 2016, in the US and on 29 April, 2016, in the UK.