Marvel to retire all stops for Spider-Man: No Path Home. The Green Goblin and Doc Ock are back on screen for the first time since Sam Raimi’s 2000s trilogy, and Andrew Garfield would reprise his role as Spider-Man, despite being tried his best to deny it so he didn’t piss off the Marvel gods. with sThere’s a lot going on in Tom Holland’s third solo Spider-Man movie, there must be some big reason, right?
In a new interview with Weekly entertainment, Holland — who is known to say too much about what’s to come in his Marvel Studios movies – told writer Devan Coggan he believed No way home is a ” conclusion » sort of to Spider-Man movies.
“We all treated [No Way Home] like the end of a franchise, let’s say, ”he reveals. “I think if we had the chance to dive into these characters again, you would see a very different version. It would no longer 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.
Like he says it could just be a wrap on the Back home trilogy, opening up plenty of opportunities to explore Spider-Man’s history in different ways.
The actor confirmed earlier this year this his contract expires after No way home. However, he also offer the clarification that if Marvel Studios were to get it back, it would be “there in the blink of an eye.”
It seems doubtful that Marvel Studios is getting rid of one of its most popular actors who plays one of comic book’s greatest heroes. But then again, Holland is the third Spider-Man (not counting Into the Spider-Verse‘s Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore), so it’s unclear what the future holds for the MCU for the beloved character.