Tom Holland’s New Spider-Man Movie Officially Made at Marvel
Marvel is actively developing a sequel to Spider-Man: No Way Home, said Marvel president Kevin Feige. The trilogy is a huge bargain for Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, which released the film in December 2021 with $1.9 billion in worldwide sales. And while the star Dutch Tom may have questioned the future at the time, Feige said that Marvel had every intention of bringing the character back to the MCU.
“All I will say is we have the story,” Feige said EW in the press rounds for the upcoming Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. “We have big ideas for that, and our authors are just putting pen to paper.”
“We are all in treatment [No Way Home] at the end of the franchise, say, Holland Holland said before the trilogy was released, noting that if Marvel and Sony end up casting him back as Peter Parker, the team “will take their time and try to build something different and completely change the movie.” At the time, Holland even suggested that studios try something completely different — maybe even a live action movie by Miles Morales Accompanying Sony’s success Spiderman cartoon franchise. Maybe that’s because Holland had a hard time imagining herself wearing the suit again.
“If I played Spider-Man after 30, I did something wrong,” he’s joking.
But Sony and Marvel don’t seem to mind letting their young star go so easily. Even on the red carpet for No Way Homeproducer and former Sony president Amy Pascal was adamant that Holland’s Peter Parker would return.
“This isn’t the last movie we’ll be doing with Marvel — [this is not] the last Spider-Man movie,” Pascal said at the premiere. “We consider these three movies, and now we’re going to move on to the next three. This isn’t the last movie in our MCU.”
Over a year later, Feige and Pascal seem to be on the same wavelength, even after the Marvel-Sony deal Almost soluble in lead No Way Home. Feige confirmed this week that in addition to everything else going on in Phase 5 and Phase 6 of the “Multiverse Saga,” there will be more Spider-Man appearances. Whether it is Spiderman 4 or a new twist on the character is yet to be seen, but as usual Feige is keeping the plot details secret and offering endless possibilities.
“I’m about to have 23 years at Marvel,” he said in an interview with EW. “Many of us have been together for a decade or more. And we’re only doing it because we’re so excited and love the potential for what we can do ahead. The storylines come together through Stages 5 and 6 into [Avengers: Secret Wars] and the opportunities that the multiverse presents in terms of storytelling wise, it’s a whole new dimension to the MCU.”