Numerous rumors about Marvel's "Spider-Man 3" have been circulating in the movie community for some time now. There is talk of a gigantic multiverse with appearances by Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire as Spider-Men and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange. Marvel now seems to be taking the counteroffensive given the potentially leaked information, deliberately throwing up images with fake movie titles across the cast's social media accounts. On Tom Holland's Instagram, for example, you get to see a picture of him with his co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon and the title "Spider-Man: Phone Home". On Zendaya's Instagram page, it's the same thing: a picture of the three actors with the caption "Spider-Man: Home Slice". On Jacob Batalon's site - you can probably guess - an image and a title are also "revealed", here with the name "Spider-Man: Home Wrecker". While the images are most likely indeed from the film, the titles are, of course, fictional. So Marvel is cleverly diverting the focus from possible initial clues regarding Doc Ock or Electro to the already confirmed appearances of the three main characters. This probably also goes hand in hand with Tom Holland's confusing statement that he knew nothing about Garfield or Maguire's involvement, as we already reported in our news a few weeks ago. On Wednesday, though, the whole thing was solved to the delight of many fans. In a short clip, after jokingly taking aim at Tom Holland's tendency for spoilers, the correct title has been revealed: "Spider-Man: No Way Home". The third "Spider-Man" part is expected to be released on December 17, 2021.