- 13 Dec 16
Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t due to the cinemas until next year, but a sequel for the movie has already been announced.
The new trailer for the latest Spider-Man iteration just came out on Thursday. And it seems as if the trailer was very well received by the fans – the Marvel Studios and Sony revealed that there will be a sequel centring on the web-hurling superhero.
Spider-Man: Homecoming will star Tom Holland, who made his debut as the young Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War. So far, he can be expected to be back on the screens for the sequel on July 5, 2019. According to Deadline, the date was a response to the success of the trailer, which was launched on Thursday. The new Spider-Man movie will feature a younger Peter Parker than in the previous reboots and will follow him through his sophomore year.
The first joint production between Sony and the Marvel Studios opens doors for Spider-Man to appear on screen along with others of the Marvel heroes. So, along with Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr. will reprise his role as Tony Stark. Homecoming also stars Michael Keaton, who will play Spider-Man’s nemesis the Vulture.
Spider-Man: Homecoming, will hit the theatres on July 7, 2017.