If there is a Spider-Man 4 without Tom Holland, the six-time Spidey star wants to continue with the franchise – as a producer. This was confirmed by the president of Sony Pictures, Tom Rothman Comic book The studio has committed to at least one more Spider-Man appearance in a Disney-Marvel movie, but Holland says he is not contractually required to return to the role after Spider-Man: No Way Home. As the 25-year-old actor plans his next steps – he will star and become an executive producer of Sony Uncharted before reuniting with Spiderman Producer Amy Pascal for one Biography of Fred Astaire Holland faces an uncertain future in the Marvel Cinema Universe.
“I do not know the answer, to be honest [my Spider-Man future]. There has been talk of Spider-Man’s future. “I’m not sure if he will be with me yet.” The Hollywood Reporter. “Maybe I should be a producer or something, I do not know. But I know I love this character and I would be sad to say goodbye to him, but basically I have achieved everything I wanted to achieve as this character.”
“I really think I’m going to win an Oscar for this film, so it’s great,” Holland said. “I’m ready. I’m ready to say goodbye.”
Not ready to say goodbye: Pascal and Marvel Studios’s Creative Director Kevin Feige, who confirmed that Sony and Disney are staying together for a chance Spider-Man 4.
“Amy and I and Disney and Sony are talking – yes, we are actively moving towards where the story goes,” Feige said. The New York Times of a There is no way home continue, “which I say clearly because I do not want fans to go through a separation trauma like what happened after Away from home. That’s not going to happen this time. ”
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As Spiderman The director of the trilogy Jon Watts is restarting the Fantastic Four for Disney-Marvel, the Netherlands is taking a break from web-swinging.
“It simply came to our notice then [Spider-Man] must take a break. We must allow the audience to let it breathe and understand tonically how we will restore this character, if we restore this character. I think he appears for a cameo [in Fantastic Four] “It would defeat the purpose,” Hollande said in a previous interview. “While I would love to be in this movie [because] I love Jon and I would be really excited to see what he does with Fantastic Four, I think what we need to do with Spider-Man is let him breathe and almost let the audience tell us what he wants. ”
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