The highly anticipated third Spider-Man movie will be released on December 17. The crew announced this via social media through a funny stunt. The print will be called ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, although there was initially ‘some confusion’ about it.
Yesterday, both Tom Holland (Spider-Man) and his opponents Zendaya and Jacob Batalon announced the title of the film on Instagram. The only problem: all three shared different titles, and none of them were correct.
The actors can be seen again in the video that appeared later in the day. They argue fiercely about the new film. The running joke is that the makers of the Marvel prints never give them the real title, given that Holland has the annoying habit of passing spoilers to the viewing public.
Fortunately, at the end of the video, they pass a sign with the real title on it: ‘No Way Home’.
Who can be seen in the new film, besides the three protagonists, has not yet been announced. However, there are rumors that some actors from previous films will return anyway.
Alfred Molina plays Doctor Octopus’s role, Jamie Foxx plays Electro, and Benedict Cumberbatch is said to play Doctor Strange. Previous Spider-Mans Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will not be back, Holland previously confirmed.
‘No Way Home’ has been delayed for a while, partly due to the coronavirus. Predecessor’ Spider-Man: Far From Home’ dates back to the summer of 2019.