Rumors of news Spiderman movie for 2024 have already started swirling. Many Spider-Man fans are anxious to hear if there will be a sequel to No Way Home. Webhead fans are dying to know if Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire or a brand new actor will be hitting theaters next year. Here are the details you need to know about Spider-Man 2024.
Is there a new Spider-Man movie in 2024?
A new Spider-Man movie is coming out in 2024. It’s Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse and it’s an animated release that continues the story of Miles Morales. It is set to be released on March 29, 2024.
Aside from the animated release, the future of the Spider-Man movies is currently unknown. It’s not clear what will happen with the live-action version. If Tom Holland is indeed out, a new actor could play the role of the red-and-blue superhero.
Will there be a sequel to Spider-Man: No Way Home?
No, there will not be a direct sequel to Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The three Tom Holland Spider-Man films were a trilogy of films. Any new films are likely to be treated as separate from this original trilogy.
At the end of No Way Home, Tom Holland’s Peter Parker was left alone, with his friends, family and everyone else forgetting who he is. His Spider-Man secret identity was patched up and the final scene showed him back in action as the friendly neighborhood web.
When is the next live-action Spider-Man movie coming out?
It’s unclear when the next live-action Spider-Man movie will be released. It’s also unclear who will play Spider-Man in the next live-action release.
With Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire all appearing as Spider-Man in the previous film, there’s a chance any (or all?) of them could reprise the role. Of course, there could also be a new actor to star as the sticky-fingered hero.
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