Spider-Man: No Way Home Announced As Official Title For Upcoming Marvel Movie

The title of the third Spider-Man movie has been revealed by Marvel.

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The third Spider-Man movie finally has a title, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Coming to theaters on December 17, 2021, the movie will feature Tom Holland back in the role as Peter Parker one more time.

Prior to the title revealed, there were a series of fake titles posted online by stars Jacob Batalon, Zendaya, and Holland. However, the real title was revealed in a video that shows the Holland leaving director Jon Watts' office and talking to his fellow costars about how he spoils everything. The camera then moves to a whiteboard, where the actual name is written. Check it out below:

Plot details Spider-Man: No Way Home are currently under wraps, but there are rumors that it might involve the multiverse concept, with former Spider-Man actors Andrew Garfield and Toby McGuire returning to their previous roles. Charlie Cox, who starred as Daredevil on the Marvel Netflix show, was also seen on set, and Zendaya seemingly confirmed that Alfred Molina, who played Doctor Octopus in 2002's Spider-Man 2, is also part of the cast.

The last Spider-Man movie, 2019's Far From Home, was the last film released in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date. The film ended with a number of big events that presumably the next movie will have to deal with, including the reveal of Peter's identity to the world and the twist that the Nick Fury we'd been watching is in fact Talos. And, of course, JK Simmons returned as J. Jonah Jameson.

The next movie in the MCU is Black Widow, which is currently scheduled for May. Beyond that, The Eternals is set to arrive in November this year, with Thor: Love and Thunder following in February 2022. In addition, it's been confirmed that the Disney+ Loki will premiere on June 11.

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