Tom Holland’s MCU future in Spider-Man 4 and beyond is being teased in new updates from certain insiders.
Aside from one unidentified MCU movie, Holland is currently not officially confirmed to play Spider-Man in any more projects.
Although arrangements are in place for more of the wallcrawler to appear on screen, insider Jeff Sneider said in July of this year that he “doesn’t honestly believe he has officially signed a deal yet.”
Tom Rothman, president of Sony Pictures, stated in May 2022 that he “hope[s] to commence working” on Tom Holland’s upcoming Spider-Man film.
Nevertheless, nothing has been made official despite all the chatter. However, there are reports that the fourth film is aiming for a July 2024 release; some rumours even suggest Daredevil may be featured.
While there is still no official announcement on a new movie, several recent changes may provide some encouraging information.
Coming Spider-Man Contract Deals:
Tom Holland’s next Marvel Cinematic Universe role may be right around the corner, at least if some recent comments from a few industry insiders are to be believed.
Lizzie Hill of The Cosmic Circus drew attention to an earlier post from November 8 that had a gif of Tom Holland declaring, “That’s right, I’m Spider-Man!” in a new tweet.
Hill cited the tweet and expressed her hope that Tom Holland was enjoying his day. Most notably, she added an emoji wink at the end of the statement to indicate that something wasn’t right.
Lizzie Hill received praise from insider @Culture Spider, who noted that she “was the first to hint at it:”
“Lizzie was the first to make a hint at it because she anticipated it. You all are aware of her brilliance.”
But to what specifically were these two alluding? A subsequent tweet from @Culture Spider stated that a “new Tom Holland contract is comin’ right up,” which was quite clear.
With contracts signed and all, might Spider-Man 4 and other upcoming adventures for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man now actually be in the works? What initiatives would be covered by such a deal?
The Cosmic Circus’ Alex Perez scratched out at least one potential explanation, clearly stating how he learned that “Holland’s contract does not involve Disney+ appearances:”
“I’ve been informed that Disney+ appearances are not part of Holland’s contract. The likelihood that any “contract” out there is fake increases if it calls for making an appearance in a Disney+ programme.”
How Spider-Man 4 Rumors Are Affecting Fans
These rumours thrilled the crowd. Despite the fact that some people have taken this rumour to be true, it’s crucial to understand that Holland’s signing of a new Spider-Man deal is still pending confirmation and has not yet been reported by a major publication.
@gilmour34 greeted everyone with an image collage and a “good morning”:
“Good morning to Tom Holland and everyone who is thrilled for him, as well as his brand-new contract.”
One Twitter user, @RS Art2420, was especially ecstatic and shouted in full caps to the world wide web:
TOM HOLLAND SIGNED THE DEAL, holy sh*t.
@syembiotic also wanted to celebrate by shouting into space:
Let’s get moving on a new contract.
Holland was expected to “squeeze for a number of Spider-Man movies” before retiring as the webhead, according to @Bolt Tweets:
“I predict that he will sign on for several Spider-Man films at once before quitting the role. Again, his own film trilogy, Madame Web, and some Avengers material will be shown before someone else takes over.”
In response to a meme showing Holland pleading with Marvel Studios to reinstate him in the MCU, @ConquerorChuck tweeted that he was relieved to finally be able to remove the meme off his images:
I’m happy that I can remove this from my images.
According to @spideysarchive, they “hope for another trilogy:”
“Although there is no formal word as of yet, it appears like Tom Holland has signed the contract. I’m hoping for a second trilogy! What wonderful news to awaken to!”
What Will Tom Holland Do Next in the MCU?
Although Tom Holland kept hinting that he might be done with the part after No Way Home, it seems that was never the case.
If the aforementioned allegations are accurate, they aren’t very shocking given that the film concluded the hero’s origin trilogy. But it was obvious that Jon Watts’ third film was by no means the final time the public would see his now-famous webhead.
But what comes after? Well, Spider-Man 4 is obviously the best option. Fans might be treated to one of the most comically true portrayals of the character ever with the character now living alone in New York City and trying to make ends meet.
The Scorpion and Kingpin are two excellent candidates as opponents for him. Then there’s the Venom symbiote that’s been seen wandering across the MCU.
Additionally, the Web-Slinger is required by contract to appear in the untitled Marvel Studios film.
In Captain America: New World Order, Spidey might work with Anthony Mackie, and in Deadpool 3, Spidey might accompany Ryan Reynolds. Alternately, the space might be reserved for a future project like Fantastic Four or Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.
Tom Holland will be active for a very long time if the character receives a second trilogy. Perhaps Marvel Studios will begin to lay the groundwork for Miles Morales to make his screen debut.
Speculation now suggests that the studios are aiming for a July 12, 2024 launch for Spider-Man 4’s release.