Spider-Man weaves a web of lies.
Tom Holland, the star of Marvel Studios’ web-sling franchise, on Wednesday revealed the original title of the next, much-awaited film sequel: “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. He announced In a sneaky video On social media that implicated director John Watts, he did not trust Holland to keep the actual title a secret.
On Tuesday, the 24-year-old action hero and co-star Jacob Batalon (who plays Ned Leeds) and Zendaya (MJ) suggested that other titles were actual titles, including “Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker, “”Spider Man: Home Slice“And”Spider-Man: Phone Home. “
But they were fake news, apparently provided by Watts as an argument.
“He gave us a fake name again,” Holland told Butlan and Zendaya, both also 24, in Wednesday’s reveal, which shows them walking and talking outside the Watts Atlanta office, adding, “I don’t understand Why he does it. ”
This is why when Batalon solves the problem. “I think it’s pretty obvious: you screw things up,” he tells a seemingly disgraced Hollande, as the video was rejected in a dry-erase board listing scattered around the real Were the title.
New film – expected to be released In December, Despite potential COVID-19 blockages – will be the third installment in the series, including 2019’s “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. Holland’s iteration of the web-slinger also appeared in the “Avengers” franchise films “Infinity War” (2018) and “Endgame” (2019).