If you’re a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you’ve likely gotten used to each new film in the neverending series containing a number of Easter eggs that reference not only past installments, but pop culture as a whole. Spider-Man: Homecoming is no different in this regard, but compared to a film like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, which actually didn’t have all that many Easter eggs, the new Spidey film is a treasure trove of cool little details and nods to past films. Here are some of the best hidden details you may have missed!
27. Department of Damage Control (DODC) Woman
Spider-Man: Homecoming opens with two flashback scenes, the first of which is set in the immediate aftermath of Loki’s attack on New York City from The Avengers. We’re introduced to Adrien Toomes (Michael Keaton), who has been contracted to clean up wreckage from the Battle of New York. Then some representatives from the Department of Damage Control (DODC) show up and take over everything, putting Toomes out of a job (and on the path to becoming the Vulture). The DODC is led by a woman in green played by Tyne Daly. This is Anne Marie Hoag, director of the DODC in the Marvel Comics. With Marvel currently developing a comedy television series based on the DODC, we’ll likely be seeing more of Hoag in the future.