Tom Holland is excited to work on another Spider-Man film.
The 27-year-old actor has played the legendary character since 2016, and Tom has expressed interest in reprising the part in a future film.
When asked if he would make another Spider-Man film, Tom said 'Entertainment Tonight', "I think as long as we can do Peter Parker justice.
I'll be there as long as we can keep elevating and improving the films and make them more meaningful.
"I'd be lying if I said I wouldn't be the luckiest kid alive if I got to do it again; there's stuff going on, but we'll just have to wait and see what happens."
Tom had expressed uncertainty regarding his future after appearing in 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' in 2021.
The actor admitted that the film may have been "the perfect storybook ending" for his Spider-Man persona.
When asked about the franchise's future, Tom told The Hollywood Reporter, "There are far smarter people than me who have been tasked with writing future movies and coming up with new ideas."
"However, we might not be able to top this film." Perhaps this film is the appropriate storybook finish for this Spider-Man chapter. And if the time comes for me to step down and make way for the next person, I will do it gladly."
The actor, who co-stars in the Spider-Man films with his fiancée Zendaya, stated, "I would love to explore and try out new things with different characters."