Buckle up for a full-fledged Spider-Man Trilogy!
Spider-Man filmmakers have more to show for the marvel universe and that is exactly why there are ‘atleast’ three more spider man movies on their way after No Way Home.
No Way Home Is Not The End
No Way Home is not going to be the last collaboration between Sony and Marvel, as confirmed by No Way Home movie producer Amy Pascal, the lead role in negotiating terms between the two for the reprising.
This is an end to all of the speculations that claimed that the relationship between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios would terminate after No Way Home. Sony has officially announced that there is more to the Spider-Man Universe and to the events that are still taking part in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
There Is So Much More..
In an interview with Fandango, Pascal says: “This is not the last Spider-Man movie we are doing. There are plans for at least three more in line.” She further added that Tom Holland would make an integral part of the next Spider-Man movies while the scriptwriters will contribute to the stories of the other two movies on their way. “This is not the last of our MCU movies.”
Pascal also reiterated the importance of two major companies agreeing to a collaboration that is ‘very special and different from anything else.’ Smiles and excitement among spider man fans.
..And There Is Also Tom Holland
Although fans believed that Spider-Man: No Way Home was the end to the legendary cinematic experience, there were subtle hints that there was more. One of the biggest clues, for example, was the post-credit scene in Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
It hinted towards the retune of Tom Holland and a more tightly and closely packed Spider-Man universe. Onto the more specific and nuanced details, No way Home is a multiverse adventure, which is to say that the new movies could be liquid enough to take on any form, making them even more exciting.
Bigger And Better
No way Home is all set to make it ‘bigger and better’ as hints direct towards the introduction of the multiverse to the MCU films and return of villains from past Spidey iterations.
It goes without saying that Tom Holland is all the rage right now. Even though he suggested an exit from the Spider-Man adventures by saying: “If I am playing Spider-Man after 30, I have done something wrong,”, it’s pretty clear that fans would see whole lot of him in Marvel movies to come.
Contrary to what he said, Holland is now all set to be the second marvel hero to exceed a solo trilogy, joining Chris Hemsworth who will return for the fourth movie as Thor, which is all set to be released on July 8, 2022.