Fans are currently waiting on the release of the next trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home, but while they wait for the drop, rumor has come out that Sony and Marvel Studios are ready to double down on some more of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
The Cosmic Circus reports that a second Holland-led Spidey trilogy is being planned after No Way Home, and the animated series—starting with Spider-Man: Freshman Year—will take place between the events of Holland’s Spider-Man movies. Here’s a breakdown of what they believe the release order will look like:
Freshman Year (Season 1)
Spider-Man 4 (TBD)
Spider-Man (TBD) Disney+ (Season 2)
Spider-Man 5 (TBD)
Spider-Man (TBD) Disney+ (Season 3)
Spider-Man 6 (TBD)
Some speculate that this release model could actually lead to some speeding up of the story, with us being able to follow Peter Parker out of high school and into college. Though Peter’s coming of age has become integral to the story of the MCU Spider-Man, I’m still interested in watching him tackle more adult things in his life like getting a job or maybe getting married.
Then again, these are just rumors for now, so we should just take this with a grain of salt.
With Spider-Man being in a weird custody battle between Marvel and Sony since he was introduced in the MCU, fans are hopeful that Holland’s Spidey is here to stay for a good long while. Hopefully this partnership could also lead to some more stories for other versions of Spider-Man like Maguire’s or Garfield’s, but that’s just wishful thinking on my part.
Catch Spider-Man: No Way Home when it hits theaters on Dec. 17.