Untitled Spider-Man 3, no more! After literal years of speculation, Tom Holland’s next adventure as Peter Parker is finally revealed with a title in place…
… or is it? Late Tuesday night, Holland and his colleague Jacob Batalon announced conflicting titles for the upcoming Spider-Man movie, sending Marvel fans into an online multiverse of madness Here’s What You Need To Know
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What Happened – On Tuesday night, Tom Holland revealed the name of the upcoming Spider-Man movie, and it follows the tradition of coming home and away from home before it does. According to Holland, the film was call Spider-Man: Phone Home ET, call your lawyer
“Excited to announce the new Spider-Man title,” Holland wrote in an Instagram post, “Can’t wait for you to see what we’ve done Love Atlanta”
The post was accompanied by an image of Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Balaton reprising their roles as Peter, MJ and Ned
Holland also released a logo for Spider-Man: Phone Home And with that, speculation surrounding Spider-flick’s upcoming title has officially ended
What Happened Next – To not be outdone, Jacob Batalon used his own Instagram account with a different photo of Peter, MJ and Ned Additionally, Batalon posted a completely different headline and logo : Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker Who knows about the movie, but Batalon certainly lived up to the title, demolishing the many people who have rushed online to tell their friends all about Phone Booth’s new title
So what’s going on now? – Which give? How can a single Spider-Man movie have two titles at once? And what will happen when Zendaya inevitably releases Spider-Man: Homerun logo treatments? (Update: fairly close)
Does Batalon steal the thunder of Holland from an actual ad? A coordinated campaign designed to make everyone laugh, even if she has a little head? If nothing else, it’s a carpet rolling exercise, as the powers that be at Marvel are clearly about to confirm a movie that’s been untitled for a long, long time.
Of course the title Phone Home makes a lot of sense, if it’s the actual movie title unlike the well-kept secret of the third title in the MCU Spider-Man movie, the city’s least kept secret is the film’s likely involvement of Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx, and other Spider-Man movie veterans (Even Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are probably bets for the next Spider-Man adventure, if they haven’t been confirmed yet) Phone Home has a strong ‘get me out of this multiverse of madness’ vibe, and so there is a deep desire on my part to keep the title intact The needling of Batalon makes this a little improbable, but for now, one can dream
Then there’s the other provocative possibility: The Skrulls At the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home, the escape of Captain Marvel Talos and his partner Soren were revealed as the Presidents of Earth, respectively. , Nick Fury and Maria Hill Talos will return in Secret Invasion, but will the Skrulls return even sooner than that in the upcoming Spider-Man movie? The Skrull-green title treatment raises a few eyebrows, and the phrase “phone home” evokes even more of a certain alien who should, again, really be a lawyer (Matt Murdock may be around, if you are to believe other Spider-Man rumors)
The reverse analysis – Everything about the new Spider-Man seems more and more odd, and this spinning thread on the Marvel movie title by notorious pranksters Holland and Batalon is certainly no different Phone Home is the most likely name compared to Home-Wrecker, but the fact that the two actors are trotting different titles makes it all the less likely that either one is the real title (At press time, Macaulay Culkin has yet to ring the bell with a logo for Spider-Man: Home Alone Stay tuned, True Believers)
So what’s the name of the next Spider-Man movie? For now, it’s still pending – but the hype counters are higher than ever, and an announcement should come in anytime now
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