Even if Spider-Man really does leave the Marvel cinematic universe, Tom Holland returns to play the character again in the third movie, following the box office smash Spiderman: Away from Home. Holland showed up at Keystone Comic-Con in Philadelphia this weekend (after his separate appearance on Disney's D23), confirming that there is "definitely more to come" for Spiderman films starring him, according to GameSpot's sister site ComicBook.
In fact, Holland indicated that he and the creative team had already released a third Spiderman movie. Earlier, it was confirmed that Far From Home screenwriters Chris McKenna and Eric Somers would return for the third film, but it is unknown if director John Watts will return as well. For what it's worth, it was recently reported that Marvel is now trying to hire Watts for another movie.
Whatever the case, Holland said the new Spider-Man movie would be "very different", but whether or not this was due to Spider-Man's MCU release is unknown.
"We sat down with some of our creators. We understood Spider-Man 3, which would be something very special, it would be something very different," Holland said.
Holland also talks about his future as Spiderman and he talks about Marvel in the past with Sony as his future.
"I'm just so grateful that Marvel changed my life and allowed my dreams to come true and Sony allowed me to continue living my dream," he said. "It's a crazy week and it's never been done before, so
News broke last week that Disney and Marvel could not agree on terms for the future of Spider-Man movies. Sony owns Spiderman's movie rights, and years ago, Sony and Disney agreed on terms to get Spiderman to join the MCU o starts with Captain America: Civil War This deal was never expected to go on forever, but now it seems to be ending
Sony has a history of making its own Spider-Man movies since the company made original films for Spider-Man starring Tobey Maguire and later the incredible Spider-Man franchise with Andrew Garfield.
In July, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Fage talks about how the next Spider-Man movie "should do something completely different" "Because of Far From Home events. If you've watched the movie, you know what it's talking about.
It's no surprise that Sony wants to make more Spider-Man movies with the Netherlands, as Homecoming and Far From Home have been extremely successful in the box office. Home entry made $ 880 million in the box office, with Far From Home bringing $ 1
Even with Spider -Man leaves the MCU, Disney will continue to take advantage of the hero, as he receives 100% of the money from Spider-Man merchandise. (Disney paid Sony $ 175 million in merchandise lump sums in addition to an annual royalty fee of about $ 30 million)
In addition to Spider-Man, Sony invested in the Netherlands with the movie Uncharted, where Holland plays the younger Nathan Drake. The film recently lost director Dan Trachtenberg, but Holland is still on board and the film is set to begin filming in early 2020.