Tom Holland also previously stated that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the end of the Homecoming trilogy. He then made it clear that a fourth film featuring the webhead isn’t impossible. Holland further added that Marvel would build something different with a possible fourth film.
It was also previously reported that Spider-Man: No Way Home will mark the beginning of the shared universe with Sony and Marvel. Holland even admitted that he didn’t think the script would work at first.
The second trailer for the upcoming film was finally released recently and gave fans a much better look at Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock and him working with Tom Holland and the crew. It also showed off several of Spiderman’s villains from various universes. Despite that, the lack of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield led to an outrage.
While speaking to Screen Rant during the post-trailer discussion, Tom Holland stated that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be the “most cinematic, theatrical superhero movie that has ever been made.”
“This movie exceeds expectations in every way possible. This is the most cinematic, theatrical superhero movie that has ever been made and I’m proud to say that Sony & Marvel have pulled off the impossible.”
Holland also recently stated that the film will be very dark and sad and not fun at all. With Spider-Man: No Way Home promising to be one of the most ambitious films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is likely they will be bringing in many characters from the previous Spider-Man films. We will have to see how the film will become the bridge between the MCU and Sony’s universes.
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