Any guess took about the fate of Spider-Man 3 (2021) is not one too small to become a possibility for the enigmatic untitled third installation of actor Tom Holland's Spider-Man movies. A new image surfaced might be a tie into Miles Morales' involvement within the film.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is rapidly expanding as its Phase 4 comes packed with surprises through both big and small screens as characters from Marvel Disney+ shows will influence the trajectory of Marvel's new era. Operating on a larger scale, the Multiverse will act as the center point of Phase 4.
There has been an intense interest swelling around the likelihood that Miles Morales will make his live-action debut in Spider-Man 3. Morales was first introduced through Sony Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018). Donald Glover was seen as Morales' Uncle Aaron in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), who in a deleted scene, apologized for not meeting up with his nephew who had been webbed to his car by Spider-Man.
Now, a recent set photo from Spider-Man 3, first surfaced on Reddit may point directly to another connection to Morales. The logo for F.E.A.S.T., a soup kitchen and homeless shelter created by the villainous Mr. Negative in the comics, has been spotted. There is even more significance around F.E.A.S.T. being on set for the yet-to-be-released movie after Spider-Man: Miles Morales video game featured it prominently.
It isn't hard to estimate how F.E.A.S.T. might play into Spider-Man 3, as it can be noted that through both the comics and Spider-Man: Miles Morales that May Parker was very involved with charity work throughout the Burroughs of New York. It's reasonable to assume that Marisa Tomei's May Parker should share the same attitudes, from how she has been presented on-screen so far.
Evidence is piling upon itself that Spider-Man 3 will not just feature Tom Holland as the titular web-slinger, but that there will be multiple iterations of the character. Fans are hopeful that past Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are to somehow become involved, and that the film will follow the lead of Dan Slott's 2014 Spider-Verse comics event.
F.E.A.S.T.'s namedrop could pull at another string waiting to be unraveled, and that somehow, Morales could enter the scene, reminding Peter Parker that he's not the only Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man around town - or in the MCU.