Published: Sun, June 24, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Tom Holland reveals the next Spider-Man movie's title

Tom Holland reveals the next Spider-Man movie's title

Tom Holland revealed the title for the latest Spider-Man film in the most cheeky, Tom Holland-sort of way earlier this week.

He said he knew nothing about the "Spider-Man." sequel but had received the script for the movie.

Prior to Thanos' fatal click of his fingers, we already knew that Spider-Man would be returning for his own standalone film and he's about to swing into action in Spider-Man: Far From Home. The actor who's known for leaking some crucial details of a film's plot leaked the title of his next superhero movie this time.

That was of course until Holland held up his iPad with his script that showed the title of sequel to 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Holland was at Ace Comic-Con in Seattle this weekend.

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The accidental name slip for the new title was similar to his "accidental" Infinity War poster reveal. I don't know much about it, I'm a little confused because I died. "I'm super excited to read it", Holland said in the video.

Although Deadline does not specify any connection to either universe, The Wrap reports Silk would connect to Sony's other Spider-Man related films such as Venom or the in-development Silver and Black. "So yeah, Spider-Man 2, let's do this". Written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, Spider-Man Far From Home also casts Jake Gyllenhaal as the classic Spider-Man villain Mysterio, according to a report by Hollywood Reporter.

Maybe Marvel is allowing him to play the "friendly neighboorhood spoiler" as long as he keeps things within certain boundaries.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is scheduled to premiere July 5, 2019.

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