As Tom Holland and the cast continues to film for the upcoming Marvel Studios/Sony film, the official title for Spider-Man 3 is finally revealed.
Spider-Man 3 is officially titled Spider-Man: No Way Home. Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment's collaboration on the web-slinging hero has come a long way since it first started in 2015. It was followed by Tom Holland's Peter Parker debuting in Captain America: Civil War and since then, he's appeared in an MCU film every year, that includes two solo movies, as well as, two Avengers projects. Now, the character will embark on another standalone adventure.
Not much is known about the plot details for Spider-Man 3 as of now, but it sounds like it's shaping to be one of the most interesting projects in MCU Phase 4. While Holland and other filmmakers have been mum about narrative specifics, they've been hyping the project as they're currently in the middle of production. Several set images have also made their way online, giving an idea about what to expect from the blockbuster. More recently, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures Entertainment have started marketing the film with the release of the first look on the movie, as well as, some fake titles just to troll the public.
Now, however, Spider-Man 3 finally gets an official title: No Way Home!
The video references the fake title reveals shared by the movie's stars, which included Spider-Man: Phone Home, Spider-Man: Home Slice, and Spider-Man: Homewrecker. In addition to being an amusing way to reveal the title, the clip also shows the comedic chemistry amongst the cast, which was on full display in the first two MCU Spider-Man movies. For that reason, it's the perfect vehicle to increase anticipation for Spider-Man: No Way Home.
It's also exciting to finally know the movie's title, especially after the many fake outs. Audiences have been speculating about the sequel's name since it was first announced, with No Way Home even trending on Twitter just ahead of the reveal. Considering most assume the movie will focus on the multiverse, the title makes a lot of sense. It's entirely possible Holland's Spider-Man will find himself on a different world or in a different timeline, perhaps aided by Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield's Spider-Men. With so many rumors and reports already swirling about Spider-Man: No Way Home, the newly revealed title should only increase the speculation. Hopefully, more information will be revealed as the movie nears its release date later this year.