The question has been asked over and over again, but here we go with it anyway: What happens to the Spider-Man franchise after No Way Home? Will it continue forward with star Tom Holland, Sony and Marvel Studios working hand-in-hand? We know that both studios want Holland suited up for a long time, but this is a business and he’s an actor with a lot of options.
Well, according to a report from Puck (judge accordingly), Marvel Studios is already developing the fourth Marvel film to star Tom Holland. This suggests that a deal between Disney and Sony is either close to being worked out or already has been.
I don’t know how much stock I put into this, but let’s assume it’s true. The report doesn’t explicitly call it a fourth Spider-Man movie, and honestly, I think they’ll hand that solo franchise over to another actor. Instead, we could see Holland continue as Spidey in crossovers with Sony characters, such as Venom or Morbius, or appearing in MCU teamups as part of The Avengers. There’s a lot that could happen.
But this is all premature. First things first, and that’s Spider-Man: No Way Home which arrives on December 17th.