Spider-Man: No Way Home is set to hit theatres next week. The much hyped multiverse superhero movie is first of its kind, which is obviously the reason why it calls for a sequel.

Spider-Man 3 was the third installment for Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man. Now, Spider-Man 4 is reportedly secretly in development as Marvel Studios and Sony look to continue their fruitful collaboration.

The formidable Sony-Disney partnership over Spider-Man in the MCU has proven to be quite fruitful. Spider-Man: Homecoming grossed $880.1 million worldwide, and Far From Home grossed $1.1 billion. Spidey had a huge fanbase of his own in the Avengers movies. No Way Home is expected to be another massive hit for the franchise, with early ticket sales the biggest since Avengers: Endgame even after Covid-19 regulations.

Peter Parker has a few more movies being the face of Marvel before he hangs up the suit and MCU progresses far into Phase 4 with introduce new characters. Holland is supposed to reprise Peter Parker in another MCU team-up movie. In a piece discussing the MCU’s future on Puck, Matthew Belloni mentions a Spider-Man 4 starring Holland is already underway. However, Sony is still in charge when it comes to solo Spidey movies.


With regard to future solo Spider-Man movies, Sony producer Amy Pascal said the studio wants another Spider-Man trilogy starring Holland, but nothing has been officially announced or scheduled yet.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will premiere in Los Angeles on December 13, 2021, and is scheduled to be released in the United States on December 17, as part of Phase Four of the MCU.

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