Spider-Man star Tom Holland says the upcoming threequel No Way Home feels like the end of the franchise, but a “tonally different” sequel story isn’t out of the realm of possibility.
in a new interview with Entertainment WeeklyHolland called Spider-Man: No Way Home the “conclusion” of the story that began with 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. And although the upcoming film marks the end of Holland’s Spidey contract, the actor isn’t completely closing any doors, or at the very least not closing them.
“We were all treated [No Way Home] As a franchise ending, let’s say,” he said. “I think if we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you’d be seeing a very different version. This will no longer be the Homecoming trilogy. We will give it some time and try to make something different and change films in today’s era. Whether this happens or not, I don’t know. But we were definitely treating [No Way Home] Like it was ending, and it felt like that.”
To a large extent, judging by the film, its literal title is No Way Home. It’s also set to feature a multiverse that brings back Alfred Molina as Doctor OK from the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man trilogy, Jamie Foxx’s Electro from the Andrew Garfield Spidey films, and potentially the aforementioned Spider-Men himself, Although both Holland and Garfield have denied the report making such a claim.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is due to hit theaters on December 17th. Until then, make sure you have all current MCUs running with our guide. Marvel Phase 4.