Spider-Man: No Way Home, the rumored final installment in Tom Holland's trilogy, is set to hit theaters on December 17, 2021.
The film had the second-highest domestic opening of all time, grossing more than $260 million in its first weekend, and has since made more over $600 million at the box office in the United States.
It's been nearly two years since the film's debut, so fans have been clamoring for more information on whether — and when — we might expect a fourth entry in the Spider-Man franchise. Will Tom and Zendaya reunite on the big screen?
No Way Home was supposed to be Tom's final film as Peter Parker, but Spider-Man producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal have hinted that his tale may continue. Here, we lay down everything we know about Spider-Man 4.
Yes! The Spider-Man 4 script is in the works, according to a February 2023 interview with Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige in Entertainment Weekly.
"All I will say is that we have the story," he claimed. "We have big plans for that, and our writers are just getting started."
But that wasn't the first time someone mentioned a sequel trilogy. Pascal opened the subject in an interview with Fandango on November 29, 2021.
"Are we going to make another film?" "Of course we are," she replied. "We're in the process,
but the writers are on strike, and nobody is working during the strike." We're all supporters, and once they get their act together, we'll get started."