Spider-Man: No Way Home smashed blockbusters during the pandemic, showing both the power of the MCU and giving the halls a glimmer of hope. After the third solo Spidey film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the fate of our neighborhood’s adorable neighbor on the big screen has also been uncertain. The deal between Sony and Disney will probably turn into a long union after these blockbusters, but will the MCU’s Spider-Man be Tom Holland? It’s a bit of a mystery. In a recent interview, the accomplished actor shed light on his career plans and spider-man future.
Handing over the Spider-Man flag to someone with diversity was a heated debate that began in comic books. A lot of Spidey fans, including me, have a big connection with Peter Parker, so he can’t look too mild on other Spidey characters. Of course, Miles also contributed greatly to breaking those judgments. But why not Peter and Miles at the same time? We’re going to play two beautiful characters in the new Spider-Man game, and even if mcu and Sony think about a similar situation, Tom Holland doesn’t seem to be thinking about it.
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Tom Holland, who is only 25, has at least one more Spider-Man role ahead of him before the age of 30, perhaps leaving the flag to another Peter Parker in the next film, with so many multiverse events in play after No Way Home? I’d also like to remind you that voices are starting to rise for the return of Andrew Garfield. There are plenty of sensations waiting for us in Spidey’s cinematic future.