Actually, it has been clear for some time that Tom Holland and his version of Spider-Man will leave the MCU after the upcoming "No Way Home". The emphasis is on "actually", because "No Way Home"-producer Amy Pascal unexpectedly announced that Tom Holland will remain in the MCU. Pascal, also the former co-chairwoman of Sony Pictures, stated in all clarity that they are already making preparations for the next "Spider-Man" film with Tom Holland behind the scenes. As if that wasn't enough, she specified her statement, saying that this movie will be part of a new MCU trilogy. This news came more or less out of nowhere and caused great anticipation throughout the fan community. Of course, Tom Holland also could not help but comment on the whole thing. Holland, who is at present on a worldwide promotional tour for "No Way Home", was immediately interviewed about the upcoming trilogy during an appearance on the French TV program "Quotidien", but as expected he had to maintain a low profile. According to him, there are some very exciting things to be discussed, but he has no idea where exactly that will lead. The most important question will probably be how Sony and Marvel will deal with the rights to "Spider-Man" in the future, since a return to the Sony universe was being planned soon. It's conceivable that Spider-Man might switch back and forth between the two universes, or that both companies could release their films independently of each other, although that would admittedly be a bit confusing. So what are your thoughts? What could another trilogy in the MCU look like, or how could the two universes be made consistent with each other? Feel free to let us know in the comments! "Spider-Man: No Way Home" is scheduled for release on December 17, 2021. You should also keep your eyes open for news about "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2", because Amy Pascal revealed that they will be showing something new about the animated spectacle very soon.