It was in 2016 that spider-man became the part of MCU comic book movie franchise after an agreement between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. The Marvel fans have good news as MCU is planning to release a sequel of the film Spider-Man: Far From Home. The first movie in the series after spider man and Marvel merge was a huge success and earned more than 880 million dollars worldwide was sixth highest-grossing movies of 2017.
Spider-Man 3 Release Date:
The movie was scheduled to begin its shooting in July 2020 in Atlanta, Los Angeles, New York, and Iceland and was to be released next year, on July 16, 2021. The movie was to be released between movies Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder which are scheduled to be released in May and November next year.
But we know that COVID-19 has affected the release of most of the movies and same is the case with Marvel movies like Black Widow whose release date has been moved to November from May 2020 and Eternals moving to February 2021 from November 2020. The MCU movies stories are generally interconnected so the rescheduling of the other movies can affect the release date of Spider-Man 3.
Spider-Man 3 Cast:
Just like previous movies, Tom Holland will be seen as Peter Parker with Zendaya as MJ. The movie will feature two villains Kraven and Scorpion, Kraven will be played by Henry Cavill. Who will play the Scorpion role is still not clear but if we believe rumours it will be played by Michael Mando. The rumours came after he uploaded on his Twitter account an emoji of a scorpion. Joe Keery and Jane Lynch will also be in lead roles.
About Its Plot:
The movie will start its story exactly from where it left. At the end of the movie, Far From Home J. Jonah Jameson released footage that showed spider man conducting the drone attack in London and also revealed his identity. Thus in the new movie, he has become a villain in the eyes of public. The movie will show spider man being accused as a public enemy and he is trying to save himself from these accusations.