We have a title.
Tom Holland’s habit of “spoiling” the biggest secrets of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (not to be confused with Mark Ruffalo’s actual spoilers) continued on Saturday night. The Spider-Man: Homecoming star shared the title of his upcoming solo superhero sequel in a short Instagram video.
By accident, of course. No ongoing, admittedly cute Marvel marketing gimmick here.
Anyway. The title of the Homecoming sequel is… Spider-Man: Far From Home. Here’s Holland revealing it while he apologizes for not having anything to reveal, only to flash viewers with the sequel script’s title page on his iPad screen.
And here’s a still photo, just in case that was too fast for you.
In case you need a reminder — and this is where folks that haven’t seen Avengers: Infinity War should peace out — Peter Parker is in a bad way right now. He crumbled away into dust at the end of the April movie after Thanos won his Infinity Gauntlet prize.
Of course, we knew Homecoming had a sequel in the works long before Parker got dusted. And Holland, along with Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman (who also got dusted), are two of the rising stars of the MCU. So no real surprises here.
Plans for the Homecoming sequel have slowly been forming in public view, but under the radar, for months. As recently as May, we heard reports that Jake Gyllenhaal was all but confirmed to play longtime Spider-Man villain, Mysterio. We even heard as far back as last June — almost a year before Infinity War dropped — that the Homecoming sequel would find Parker dealing with the fallout from the latest Avengers movie.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently set to hit theaters on July 5, 2019.
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