Marvel Studios May Be Planning To Create 9 Spider-Man Films with Tom Holland. You read that right. Nine.
With the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home just around the sunny corner, it’s no surprise more details about the future of the franchise has come to light. What IS surprising is that Marvel doesn’t just plan on creating the standard trilogy for the friendly neighborhood hero, they want to make 3.
We Got This Covered claims Marvel Studios plans on making 9 Spider-Man films for the MCU.
The basic structure of the films would have the first trilogy take place while Peter Parker is still in high school, the second trilogy occurring during Peter’s time in college, and then the third trilogy with Peter as a full fledged adult. Undoubtably, the idea of getting to watch Peter grow up on screen is a great concept and would be fun to watch as a fan. This also means as Peter matures and grows we may see him transition into a leading position within The Avengers, fighter stronger villains, and quite possibly could mean the introduction of the Young Avengers is to come in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Marvel would include Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home in the first trilogy, meaning there would be another 7 Spider-Man led films. This does not include the appearance of Spider-Man/Peter Parker in other Marvel films, such as the Avengers based films.
Though we may not know what is exactly in store for Spider-Man in the MCU, it’s rather fun to guess at what is to come for the web slinger and his friends. One likely, and highly favored, outcome would be the introduction of Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (YES, Please!!!)
While we wait with bated breath for confirmations from Marvel Studios and Sony about the fate of our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, we also wanted to share some fun photos from the new film, Spider-Man: Far From Home coming to theaters July 2, 2019.
You can purchase tickets for Spider-Man: Far From Home now via Fandango, or check with your local theater or favored theater app. Enjoy the photos below!
Photo Credit: Marvel/Marvel Studios/Sony
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