Spider-Man 3 has finally gone into production.
Fans were thrilled with reports that Tom Holland’s third solo as Peter Parker could bring a live-action spider to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with multiple feedback from across the whole of Spider Man’s live-action films.
We’re not stepping up when we say it could even rival Avengers: Endgame in terms of size.
With previous films, Marvel Studios, co-producing the third film with Sony and Jon Watts, is back, along with writers Chris McKenna and Erick Sommers of Far From Home.
Additionally, the MCU and Spider-Man 3 collide to a significant extent in the upcoming Spider-Man movie.
Let’s take a look at Spider-Man 3 via the movie.
Spider-Man 3: Cast
Of course Tom Holland is supported as Peter Parker, AKA Spider-Man and Holland is supported by Zendaya as MJ.
Jacob Batalon also confirmed he’s back as Peters BFF Ned. In addition, according to the source, Tony Revolori returned as Flash Thompson.
Tony Stark and Nick Fury had mentored roles in the previous films. Benedict Cumberbatch will appear as “Doctor Strange” but it is unclear what role he will play in the upcoming film.
Aside from that, some of the other characters include:
Jamie Foxx as electro
Alfred Molina as Doc Ock. Tibet Maguire and Andrew Garfield will be back in their roles.
Spider-Man 3: Release Date
It’s been postponed a couple of times. Recently launched on November 5, 2021 after Black Widow was delayed for the first time and Avatar 2 was pushed back a year by Disney.
Many 2021 release dates are postponed due to the existing global pandemic situation, and Sony Vinciquerra has already said that Spider-Man 3 will only hit theaters when it comes back.
Filming is now underway, and Holland will be on set in Atlanta in late October after filming of Uncharted is completed.
Spider-Man 3: Trailer
The shooting of the third film has now started. We hope to get some footage in early summer next year.