Spider-Man: No Way Home is far from the conclusion of Tom Holland’s role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, it looks like the production start date for Spider-Man 4 has been reportedly revealed.
The ending of Spider-Man: No Way Home teases big things for Tom Holland‘s Peter Parker. The world no longer remembers his secret identity as Spider-Man. Obviously this opens an interesting path to explore for the character. Not to mention he has a brand-new suit and life ahead.
Now, as revealed by insider Daniel Richtman via X, we may know when Spider-Man 4 is finally set to begin production. Of course, as expected, it could be quite awhile before the finished film will ultimately hit theaters. But at least it does seem to be on Marvel’s calendar.
As shared below, it looks like Marvel Studios “is eyeing a late 2024 production start” for the film. Tom Holland is expected to return as Peter Parker alongside Zendaya as M.J.. Additionally, director Jon Watts is also said to be returning for the film. Of course, this information should also be taken with a grain of salt until Marvel Studios makes an official announcement.
The fourth ‘SPIDER-MAN’ film in the MCU is eyeing a late 2024 production start.
As previously reported, Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jon Watts are all expected to return.
— One Take News (@OneTakeNews) October 23, 2023
It’s unknown what exactly the plot for Spider-Man 4 will be. Especially since No Way Home opened up the possibilities of the Multiverse. So far, the MCU has been setting up the return of Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin as a major threat, and it’s possible he could go up against Spider-Man. After all, Kingpin is a notable villain of his in the comics. Likewise, Sony has been developing their own shared universe of spin-offs that could tie in with Tom Holland’s story. Ultimately, we’ll just have to wait and see what happens.
Stay tuned to ScreenGeek for any additional updates on Spider-Man 4 as we have them. For now, there are plenty of other films and shows in the Marvel Cinematic Universe coming on the way.