Every Marvel Cinematic Universe fan is probably aware of the joke regarding actor Tom Holland, the latest to play Spider-Man, and his inability to keep secrets. This joke also played out quite brilliantly when the actor himself “accidentally” revealed the title of the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel. It will reportedly be called Spider-Man: Far From Home. This highly-anticipated reveal took place through a clever Instagram post from Ace Seattle Comic-Con. In a short video, Holland could be seen apologizing to the fans about not having any real reveals. He did however say that he just got the script and the movie is going to be amazing.
The “accidental” reveal comes right as he is apologizing to the fans. Holland is “accidentally” showing an iPad with the new title on it. It was indeed a very clever way of making this big announcement and playing on the very popular joke about Tom Holland not being able to keep anything secret. The Marvel team along with his co-stars also made fun of him for this while the promotional tour for Avengers: Infinity War was taking place.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, the official title of the Homecoming sequel
The official title for the Spider-Man sequel is just the latest in a series of exciting news regarding this very popular superhero. Recently, a reveal indicated that actor Jake Gyllenhaal will portray the main villain of the movie. Rumor has it that it might be Mysterio. Apart from this, Michael Keaton’s Vulture might also be making a return in this movie.
Moreover, according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, the new movie will take place around the world. Also, it will reportedly mark the official beginning of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase 4. The upcoming Far From Home is scheduled for release just two months after Avengers 4. It will reportedly see Peter Parker returning to a normal life after the catastrophic events of these two movies.
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