This week on Instagram, Tom Holland posted a video revealing that his third Spider-Man film will be entitled Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The video, which is posted below, shows Holland leaving Jon Watts’ office. After complaining to fellow actors Zendaya (MJ) and Jacob Batalon (Ned) about director giving him yet another fake movie title, the pair point out that Holland has a habit of spoiling his movies.
As the trio leave the building, they walk by a whiteboard featuring the film’s long awaited title.
So besides ending my string of increasingly lame title speculation jokes, what does Spider-Man: No Way Home mean? It certainly keeps with the franchise’s “home” theme, but also sounds surprisingly ominous.
A freeze frame of the whiteboard appears to reveal nothing more than a bunch of amusing/inside references. If you look a bit more closely, however, you’ll noticed a hexagonal shape in the top lefthand corner with lines branching away from it.
Whatever the case, we’ll all get to find out on Christmas (December 25) 2021 when the movie is released in theaters.
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