"Spider-Man Reboot" is slated for release in 2017, but it looks like rumours revolving around the solo Spider-Man film is keeping fans quite interested. And the most recent clue has been dropped by Robert Downey Jr, who sort of teased Iron Man and Captain America's appearance in the Tom Holland-starrer.

Downey Jr and Evans recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night talk show to unveil the first trailer of their upcoming film "Captain America: Civil War". On the show, both actors spoke about their experience while shooting for "Civil War", and during the conversation, also talked about their plans and upcoming projects they would be working together in.

During the actors' discussions with the host, Chris Evans admitted how brutally hot it was working in Atlanta and how his costume made him sweat profusely. In response to this, RDJ's excited remark was: "By the way, we are going to shoot in Atlanta again, you and I."

And Evans immediately replied: "I know, I'm ready, I'm ready."

Now, various websites have read between the lines and rumour mills have started churning out various speculations on whether Downey Jr has let it slip that the two actors will star in another Marvel film.

To this, Comic Book has drawn a list of locations where the future Marvel films will be shot, and has pointed out that the studio has only confirmed to be shooting "Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2" in Atlanta, Georgia. But at the same time, the report has stated that this is unlikely to happen because director James Gunn has already confirmed that Iron Man will not be in the film and since Quill is the only human character in the film, the appearance of Captain America has also been ruled out.

The website further said the only possibility where we can see this reunion happening is in "Spider-Man Reboot" which releases in 2017. According to the report, while promoting "In the Heart of the Sea", Holland revealed Jon Watts and Marvel will be shooting for the new "Spider-Man" in Atlanta in 2016.

Well, it could be possible because as per the Sony-Marvel deal, Spider-Man can appear in Marvel Studios films, and similarly, Marvel Studios characters can appear in "Spider-Man" films.

It looks like Captain America, Iron Man and Spider-Man fans have a big treat coming up.

We will know if this rumour is true only when "Spider-Man Reboot" releases on 28 July, 2017.