Spider-Man: No Way Home, the third entry in the Spider-Man MCU trilogy starring Tom Holland, was released about a year ago. Since then, the Marvel universe has advanced in many ways, but Peter Parker hasn’t even made a little cameo.
Because he was the protagonist of the last movie, several fans were concerned that they wouldn’t see him again. They may now rest comfortably, nevertheless.
In the most recent episode with Jeff Sneider and John Rocha podcast, Insider Jeff Sneider stated that Holland had “struck a deal” for an unnamed Spider-Man 4.
Sneider stated that the deal calls for a new Spider-Man Trilogy and at least three further appearances; however, this still needs to be formally verified. It must be clarified if this refers to Sony’s Spider-Man Universe or the MCU.
These rumors support what Sony Pictures producer and capo Amy Pascal had said in an interview with Fandango before No Way Home arrived at theaters.
This is not the last movie we will do with Marvel; this is different from the previous Spider-Man movie. We are preparing to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel.
We are thinking of this as a trilogy, and now we will move on to the next one. This isn’t the last of our MCU movies. Yes, Marvel and Sony will continue to move forward together as partners
This information was released a few months after Tom Holland’s comments in which he said he was no longer sure he wanted to be an actor.
I don’t even know if I want to be an actor – he told Sky News when asked what his future would be like. I started acting when I was 11 and didn’t do anything else, so I’d like to go and do other things.
Honestly, I’m having a midlife crisis – at 25, I’m having a pre-midlife problem. Others may refer to this as a “quarter of life crisis,” which happens to some people in their mid-twenties.