Spider-Man 4: Marvel Boss Officially Talks About the Movie for the First Time
There is also some info about the production
After "Spider-Man: No Way Home" and its multiverse adventure at the end of 2021 resulted in a huge hit for the MCU, the movie series starring Tom Holland is far from over. Rumor has it that three more movies featuring the MCU's Spider-Man will be released, and now there is some early information about the upcoming "Spider-Man 4".
This was officially announced by Marvel CEO Kevin Feige in an interview with Entertainment Weekly. Those responsible already have a story and big ideas in mind for "Spider-Man 4". Currently, the script is also being written, meaning that a potential start of filming before the end of this year is entirely possible. The film's plot is said to be strongly linked to the upcoming series "Daredevil: Born Again". Daredevil actor Charlie Cox was already seen in a brief appearance in "Spider-Man: No Way Home".
It is also suspected that the upcoming movies with Tom Holland will focus less on other MCU heroes who stand by the sometimes awkward Peter Parker. Instead, the emphasis might be placed on other characters from the gigantic Spider-Man universe, similar to what is already the case with the forthcoming "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse". It would also be beneficial for the character development of the main character not to have to rely on the likes of Doctor Strange all the time.
So far there is no release date for "Spider-Man 4", but we will keep you posted!