The teasing on social media from actors Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon have poked fun at the threequel lacking a title, but Sony Pictures has taken to announcing the film's real name.
Following the trend of the "Homecoming" trilogy, the official title has been declared to be Spider-Man: No Way Home after the buzz around the duped title cards left fans both confused and excited. The reveal broke after Holland was prompted to answer questions regarding his next superhero blockbuster during the press tour for his upcoming film Cherry (2021).
“The film is incredibly ambitious, and I’m delighted to say that we’re succeeding in making it," Holland said in an interview with Yahoo. "It’s going really well. We watched a fight scene that we had shot a few weeks ago, and I’ve never seen a fight scene quite like it in the [Marvel Cinematic Universe.] I’m really excited for audiences to see that.”
The third leg of Holland's Spider-Man trilogy is expected to further the ever-growing multiverse, as it has links to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) and will follow shortly after the nail-biting conclusion of WandaVision (2021-). Rumors have also gambled on the possibility of former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will somehow make their way back to the franchise, though Sony Pictures and Marvel have declined to comment.
Spider-Man: No Way Home swings onto big screens on December 17, 2021.