Spider-Man: No Way Home could be the end of a trilogy, but the chance of another Spider-Man film in the future appears to be greater than ever.
After producer Amy Pascal’s recent remark, Tom Holland has replied that No Way Home may not be the final Spider-Man film for Marvel.
As the group continues to support No Way Home ahead of its release next month, Tom revealed to French television show Quotidien that some “very, very interesting things” are now being considered behind the curtains.
“Listen, all I will say is we have some very, very exciting stuff that is being discussed,” the Marvel hero remarked after initially attempting to avoid the subject.
In his normal mysterious manner, he said, “I do not know whatever those possibilities are or how they’ll turn out to be, but it appears to be an exceedingly bright future ahead.”
“And, as I have stated before, Spider-Man will live on in me eternally.”
Holland’s remarks follow Amy Pascal’s insistence that No Way Home will not be “the last Spider-Man movie,” which is a very conclusive declaration in and of itself.
“We are getting set to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel,” she said before confirming that the unnamed next venture will also be a trilogy.
“Now, we will move on to the next three,” Pascal said. “This is not the end of our MCU films.”
Tom Holland has announced that No Way Home will signal the “end of a franchise” in certain ways, tying off the tale that began in Homecoming.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is now accessible in DVD, Blu-ray, and digital download formats. Spider-Man: No Way Home will be published in the United Kingdom on December 15 and in the United States on December 17.
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