Marvel’s Spider-Man 3 title is Spider-Man: Phone Home, says Tom Holland
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man seems like he’s in problem, if the exposed title for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man 3 is any indicator.
Revealed on Holland’s Instagram, the title for the 3rd installation of the Marvel-Sony franchise is formally Spider-Man: Phone House. The subtitle falls right in line with the high school-themed Homecoming and European getaway follow up Far From House, and develops a lot more range from Peter Parker’s house of New york city City. (Likewise, great E.T. nod.) However where is the webslinging Avenger this time?
Based upon casting reports that neither Marvel Studios nor Sony Pictures have yet to technically verify, Spider-Man: Phone House will see Spidey drew up into the multiverse. The pivot to a real multiverse follows Mysterio pranked the world into believing there were other aircrafts of presence in Far From House … just for audiences to discover through a post-credit scene cameo by J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson that perhaps whatever is linked (which Peter Parker is Spider-Man — however that’s a completely various can of worms). After Evan Peters’ Quicksilver from the Fox X-Men movies appeared on WandaVision a couple of weeks earlier, all cross-franchise shenanigans appear possible with Marvel Studios in control of its residential or commercial properties when again.
Phone House is stated to move Medical professional Strange into the fatherly function Tony Stark filled back in Homecoming, and rope in bad guys from far beyond the MCU — consisting of Jamie Foxx’s Electro from The Incredible Spider-Man 2 and Alfred Molina’s Medical professional Octopus from Spider-Man 2. There’s been no official casting or statement of a crucial bad guy, however reports have actually flowed that series director Jon Watts’ imagine bringing Kraven the Hunter to screen might really occur. (So cross your fingers he’s searching Spideys through the multiverse.)
Whatever doors the film opens to the bigger universe, Phone House assures to be the greatest installation of MCU Spider-Man yet. “The film is incredibly ambitious, and I’m delighted to say that we’re succeeding in making it,” Holland recently told Yahoo. “It’s going really well. We watched a fight scene that we had shot a few weeks ago, and I’ve never seen a fight scene quite like it in the MCU. I’m really excited for audiences to see that.”
Spider-Man: Phone Home, currently filming in Marvel’s home base of Atlanta, Georgia, is once again directed by Watts, who has the rare honor of helming every installment of a single MCU hero franchise (and he’ll step up again for a non Sony Marvel film, Fantastic Four, in the not-so-distant future). Like the entire Marvel movie calendar over the last year, theater availability and state-to-state re-openings amidst the COVID pandemic could change plans in a flash, but for now, Spider-Man: Phone House is set for a Dec. 17, 2021 release date. A minimum of Sony and Disney really handled to strike an offer to make it occur in the very first location.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.