Tom Holland revealed the title for Spider-Man: Far From Home in an Instagram post, hilariously playing on the running joke of his impressive ability to share insider Marvel details he is not supposed to. Anyway, we've got a title that seemingly confirms that Aunt May's heroic nephew will be venturing way beyond Forest Hills, Queens. Tonight on his Instagram (spotted by Nerdist contributor Rosie Knight), he doesn't even say anything spoilery, so much as show what is apparently his copy of the next Spider-Man film's script, and, well...
Holland, who was in Seattle to attend Ace Comic-Con, took to social media to update his fans.
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That's when he held it up on an iPad, revealing the title. "I wanted to apologise because there's no real revelation coming out this weekend about Spiderman 2". They explore if Tiffany Espensen who played her in Homecoming and Infinity War will be reprising the role for this standalone film.
"I just got sent the new script for a film I might do this summer, and I might have accidentally revealed the title of the movie", the actor said. I'm super excited to read it and it's going to be great.
As for the cast, Tom Holland and Marissa Tomei will return as Peter Parker and Aunt May. Now the Spider-Man: Homecoming star is back with his goof-up and it's related to his own movie itself. It will be released on July 5, 2019. What's most exciting for fans though is the fact that Jake Gyllenhaal will be playing the villainous Mysterio.