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Tom Holland Talks Future Spider-Man Movies

Credit: Marvel Studios Viewers are still enjoying Spider-Man: No Way Home. When we know that it is the biggest financial success of Sony Pictures, it is not surprising that the feature film is still squatting in dark rooms. And we imagine that video exploitation will bring in even more. If so many fans are jostling to discover the film, it is for a very specific reason. Spider-Man: No Way Home brings back the actors of old adaptations of the first Spider-Man to 720 to The Amazing Spider-Man 2

in 2014. This beautiful little world crosses paths with Peter Parker played by Tom Holland in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

And if this trilogy ends with a big show, the actor is ready for the films to come.

Credit: Marvel Studios During an interview for Rotten Tomatoes (via ComicBook), the actor talks about future productions on the Spinner.

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” We’ll see each other soon”

Tom Holland is not ready to let go of the role of Peter Parker. After Spider-Man: No Way Home, the young man prepares the future. It must be said that in the post-credits scene of the film, we discover Tom Hardy in a bar. The actor interprets Eddie Brock, the host of Venom, and his presence in the universe of Spider-Man was already confirmed at the end ofe Venom: Let There Be Carnage

.352284 352284 Same thing for Morbius since in the last trailer of the eponymous film, the character played by Jared Leto refers to Venom. All these beautiful people form the Spider-Verse and it is hard to imagine Tom Holland hanging up.

During In an interview for Rotten Tomatoes, the actor spoke about upcoming Spinner movies: ” Just wanted to say a huge thank you on behalf of everyone at Sony and Marvel, the critics, the fans who have shown so much love, respect and support. It means a lot and I hope we can do it again and again and again. Thanks thanks thanks. We’ll see each other soon”.

According to Tom Rothman, president of Sony Pictures, the partnership with Marvel Studios is win-win. The two giants both take advantage of the character to advance the MCU.