Tom Holland 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.
As reported earlier, franchise producer Amy Pascal recently revealed that after the end of the original trilogy, Tom Holland will be starring in yet another trilogy that, much to the delight of fans.
While speaking to Screen Rant, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talked about Spider-Man: No Way Home bringing back older villains from previous Spider-Man films such as the Green Goblin and Doc Ock. Feige then explained why they are making a return.
”I think if we’ve learned anything over the years, and particularly just the deal between Disney and Sony to do these movies together, that almost anything is possible if enough people believe in it and have a passion for it. Kicking off with Peter Parker’s identity being revealed at the end of Far From Home immediately set us on a course for things we’d never seen before in a Spider-Man movie. That’s the fun of making movies, is to do things people haven’t seen before, and in the MCU there are ways that lots of amazing things can happen, and that Dr. Strange would be a good conduit to that.”
The film is set to be one of the longest films in Marvel Cinematic Universe history. 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, so it remains to be seen how the film will turn out to be in the end.
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