Tom Holland Is The First Spider-Man Actor Who Will Get A Fourth Solo Movie

Tickets for the anticipated superhero movie Spider-Man: No Way Home are now on sale. And from what we see, this movie is about to break some box-office records. And what’s even better, Sony’s Amy Pascal, who co-produced the film with Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige revealed that Sony is already working on a new Spider-Man trilogy set in the MCU, which means we can expect Spider-Man 4, Spider-Man 5, and Spider-Man 6 with Tom Holland.

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Tom Holland debuted as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. Spider-Man: Homecoming was his first solo movie. He later reprised the role in Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: Far From Home. No Way Home will be the sixth movie in which Holland will play the web-slinger, and back when he was cast, it was revealed that Holland’s initial contract covers a six-movie deal.

Even though Holland had some thoughts about moving on from Spider-Man after No Way Home, looks like his adventure in MCU will continue. Pascal revealed that Sony will keep working together with Marvel Studios on all those upcoming films, and she even teased a potential crossover with Tom Hardy’s Venom and a potential debut of Miles Morales in a live-action movie.

Although fans are still arguing who is the best Spider-Man actor ever, it’s a fact that Holland did the most. His Spider-Man is also the first one that had the privilege of teaming up with the Avengers. Tobey Maguire played Spider-Man in Sam Raimi’s original that concluded in 2007. Spider-Man 4 was scheduled to be released in 2011, but it was canceled due to Raimi’s disagreements with the studio. Andrew Garfield filmed two The Amazing Spider-Man movies, and he never got the chance to film the third one.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will premiere in theaters on December 17, 2021.

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