After some speculation, Tom Holland will remain the Spider-Man of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Producer Amy Pascal has explained that, even with Spider-Man: No Way Home still to come, Sony is already “gearing up to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel.”.
Holland caused a lot of confusion among fans earlier this month when he said he wasn’t sure he would continue as Peter Parker after the premiere of Sin Camino a Casa. However, in an interview with Fandango, longtime Spider-Man producer Amy Pascal, confirmed that Holland would continue in the role.
“This is not the last movie we’re going to make with Marvel – [esta no es] the latest Spider-Man movie. “he explained. “We are preparing to make the next Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Marvel., […] we’re thinking of this as three movies, and now let’s move on to the next three. This is not the last of our films within the MCU. “said the producer.
While it is not a specific confirmation that Holland is hired for another trilogy, it is clear that Sony is thinking long term for the character. With abundant speculation that the MCU and Sony’s own separate universe of Spider-Man characters are about to intersect, Pascal said: “Yes, Marvel and Sony will remain together as partners.”. More enigmatically, when asked if Holland could appear in a non-MCU movie, he said: “We all want to keep making movies together. What do you think of the answer?”.
However, Pascal also made it clear that Sony’s approach to superhero movies is not solely focused on the multiverse introduced by the MCU, or in his own Spider-Verse movies: “Parallel universes make for interesting stories, but I I don’t think all movies will end up taking place in the multiverse. I think it’s really exciting, and this movie certainly does. “.
It’s not a big surprise that Sony wants to continue working with Holland. His stint as Spider-Man has been a great success, and Sin Camino a Casa will become one of the most important films of the year. Or at least this suggests the high demand for tickets on multiple web pages.