Tom Holland first appeared as Peter Parker in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War before starring in his character’s movie series, starting with Spider-Man: Homecoming. The movie was the second reboot of the Spider-Man franchise and was directed by Jon Watts. Holland as Spider-Man was highly appreciated, after which he starred in the sequels Spider-Man: Far From Home and No Way Home.

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Tom Holland as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home | Marvel Studios

Upon its release, the third installment of the series received positive responses from critics and the audience. It also managed to surpass its predecessor and become the highest-grossing movie released by Sony Pictures. A recent update from the fourth installment of the movie brings smiles to the faces of fans of Spider-Man and Venom.

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man 4’s plot connects Spider-Man to Tom Hardy’s Venom

According to recent reports by an X account (@holyfieldM5), Spider-Man 4 is in the works and is set to add the Venom symbiote, who will be a major part of the story. Screenwriters Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley will return to pen down the script, and no director has been announced as of now.

The recent rumors remind fans of the end credits scene of No Way Home, where a piece of the alien symbiote is left. Sony Motion Pictures Group CEO Tom Rothman shared with ScreenRant

Let me tell you, when the last of the Spider-Verse movies comes with Phil Lord and Chris Miller, it’s going to be a significant event, as we will see against Tom Holland.

Tom Holland to star opposite Tom Hardy for Spider-Man 4
Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock | Sony Pictures Releasing

Towards the end of Venom: Let There Be Carnage, Eddie Brock, played by Tom Hardy, is transported to the MCU and learns about Spider-Man but doesn’t come face-to-face with him. Since Venom: The Last Dance or Venom 3 trailer does not give away much about the two superheroes’ universe clashing, fans are waiting to see how the makers can pull this off in the upcoming Spider-Man 4.

According to ComicBook, Sony’s Tom Rothman and Marvel’s Kevin Feige are reportedly having some disagreements over the script for the fourth Spider-Man. As Feige hopes to scale the Multiverse elements back for smaller stories, Rothman wants to capitalize on the success of No Way Home.

In HolyfieldM5’s comment section, a user asked if they had any idea what’s going to be the title of Spider-Man 4, to which the user replied, ‘Feige wants it to be titled ‘The Spectacular Spider-Man.’ In another comment, the user was asked if they knew how long Tom Holland had the symbiote, and the X account of the insider replied that towards the back half of the movie, adding that he’d mostly fight crime in a classic red-blue suit.

Tom Holland to say goodbye to Pete Parker with Spider-Man 4?

In an interview with GQ, Tom Holland, who has received massive appreciation and love from critics and the audience for portraying Spider-Man flawlessly, shared that he feels he’s ready to say goodbye to Spider-Man. He said,

Maybe it is time for me to move on. Maybe what’s best for Spider-Man is that they do a Miles Morales film. I have to take Peter Parker into account as well because he is an important part of my life. If I’m playing Spider-Man after I’m 30, I’ve done something wrong.

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Tom Holland says he wants to say goodbye to Spider-Man proudly | Marvel Studios

Tom Holland clarifies that he does not know the future of Spider-Man, adding that he does not know if he is going to be a part of it. The British actor claims that he knows that the producer and the studios are keen to figure out what the next steps for Spider-Man should be.

Holland noted that if the upcoming movie happens with him, he’ll be very excited, adding that he’ll know when it’s time for him to walk away, and he’ll do it proudly. But producer Amy Pascal is not ready for Holland’s exit. She shared that she spoke to him about doing 100 movies. She said that she’s never going to make Spider-Man movies without him.

Spider-Man: No Way Home and Venom: Let There be Carnage are available to stream on Prime Video and Apple TV+ on VOD.

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