After Spider-Man: No Way Home’s enormous achievement, fans are now enthusiastically looking out for any fresh insight about a fourth film in the series. Luckily for them, Sony Pictures Chairman Tom Rothman knows and has a promising Spider-Man 4 update.

Rothman was gotten some information about the eventual fate of the Spider-Man series and said that he trusts that work on a fourth film starts in the near future. Even better, he additionally said that he has trust that the whole cast of the establishment will return, including Tom Holland.

“We desire to get chipping away at the following Spider-Man film,” expressed Rothman to Deadline, prior to affirming that he trusts the full cast returns. “That entire gathering, we trust. Then there are films I would call assistant to the Spider-Man universe. That is Kraven, which we’re shooting now, and Madame Web, which we’ll begin in the spring with S.J. Clarkson coordinating. And afterward there are many Marvel characters that are independent.”

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Following the arrival of No Way Home, many fans accepted that would be the last time that they saw Tom Holland and the latest Spider-Man cast, particularly because of remarks from Holland that appeared to propose he was prepared to resign from the web-throwing job. Notwithstanding, it appears as though that is not the case now, and another film could begin being arranged significantly earlier than fans recently suspected
The film as of now holds an overall gross of more than $1.8 billion in the cinema world.

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