Tom Holland's MCU future in Spider-Man 4 and beyond is being teased in new updates from certain insiders.
Aside from one unnamed MCU movie, Holland is currently not officially confirmed to play Spider-Man in any more projects.
Tom Rothman, CEO of Sony Pictures, stated in May 2022 that he "hope[s] to get working]" on Tom Holland's next Spider-Man film.
However, there are reports that the fourth film is aiming for a July 2024 release; some rumors 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.
Tom Holland's next Marvel Cinematic Universe role may be right around the corner, at least if some recent updates 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.
The Cosmic Circus' Alex Perez crossed out at least one potential explanation, clearly stating how he learned that "Holland's contract does not involve Disney+ appearances
Despite the fact that some people have taken this report 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.
Although Tom Holland was suggesting that he might be done with the part after No Way Home, it seems that was never the case.
Tom Holland will be involved for a very long time if the character receives a second trilogy.