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MCU Spider-Man 4 would be different from the Homecoming trilogy

Tom Holland reveals that if he is reprising his role as Spider-Man for a fourth film after No way home, it would have to be very different from the Back home trilogy. No way home is about to conclude Holland Spider Man trilogy when it releases later this year. The film, which is one of the MCU’s most anticipated upcoming releases, examines the aftermath of Far from home and the implications of Peter Parker’s newfound fame now that his identity as Spider-Man has been shared with the world.

The trailer for No way home, who exceeded Avengers: EndgameThe previous record for most views in a 24-hour period shows that the conclusion of the trilogy does not draw any hits. After Doctor Strange casts a spell to help Peter regain his anonymity and bring back a sense of normalcy in his life, a series of threats emerge that threaten the safety of the entire world, including villains from the past. Spider Man films, including Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus and Electro. For months it was also rumored that former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield would also appear in the film in some capacity.

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Although it seems that No way home will serve as a conclusion for Tom Holland’s standalone Spider Man films, the actor has not completely ruled out appearing in a fourth installment. In a new interview with GE, Holland explains that if a fourth film were ever to come forward, it would have to be noticeably different from what they did with the Back home trilogy. The film should explore new territory and be different from the films they’ve made before, Holland says. Read Holland’s full commentary below:

“I think if we had the chance to dive into these characters again, you would see a very different version. It wouldn’t be the Back home trilogy. We would give it time and try to build something different and change the tone of the films. Whether that happens or not, I don’t know. But we were definitely dealing [No Way Home] like it was coming to an end, and I felt like it. “

MCU Spider-Man 4 would be different from the Homecoming trilogy

It seems like No way home will definitely act as a final payment to the Back home era of Spider Man, but the prospect of a fourth film is not outside the realm of the possible. While many standalone MCU movies stop by the third installment at the latest, there are occasional exceptions. Thor: Love and Thunder, for example, the fourth installment of the standalone version Thorfilms, should be released next year. Even that of Sam Raimi Spider Man trilogy had a fourth installment planned at one point.

If Holland does ever return for a fourth Spider-Man movie, it would be interesting to see a new angle. Holland noting that they “give him some timesuggests that, not only should a fourth film take a while to set up in the real world, it could focus on a more adult version of Peter Parker. Maybe Peter is studying at college or working in the middle of. adulthood at the Daily Bugle as a photographer. Back home the movies were very light and comical in tone, it would be interesting to see a more mature version, or maybe even slightly darker Spider Man. For now, however, it seems that No way home is the last we’ll see of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in quite some time. Spider-Man: No Path Home is slated for release later this year on December 17th.

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Source: GE

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