In the role of Peter Parker, Tom Holland might be wrapping up a series of Spider-Man films, but please be cautious that you haven''t seen the last of the actor in the titular role as the web-slinger. That news comes courtesy of Spider-Man producer Amy Pascal.
Pascal discussed Fandango, claiming that while Spider-Man: No Way Home is the end of the actual "Homecoming" trilogy, there''s still more in store for Peter, as well as actor Tom Holland. "We''re now thinking about this as three films, and now we''ll go on the next three." She added that Sony will continue on with Marvel as part of the ongoing partnership.
Pascal has joined forces with Spider-Man films throughout the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield periods, and claims the future release has marked the end of the "Homecoming" trilogy while bringing back some of the previously featured characters.
"I''d say there''s so many things we''ll be able to investigate," the producer said, "I''d say that there''s so many things we''ll be able to explore," but what we always have to do before we decide who the villain is, and who Spidey goes against is, what is the story we''re telling? "It''s good to think about these movies as the canvas they are, and they''re always about a kid."
Pascal asked if she ever imagined a Spider-Man film with Holland not connected to the Marvel Comics Universe, and said, "We all want to keep making movies together. What''s the purpose of that?"
Spider-Man: No Way Home gets its theaters on December 17, and tickets are on sale now. Check it out below to see more of the trailer.