Future Spider-Man Movie Titles Announced

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BURBANK, CA–After that heartwrenching ending to the masterpiece that was Spider-Man: No Way Home, fans everywhere are speculating about the franchise’s future and where Peter Parker will go from here. Our sources at Marvel gave us the inside scoop about Tom Holland’s next several Spider-Man installments!

Spider-Man: Home Alone. When robbers try to invade his new apartment, Peter uses his web-swinging prowess and science knowledge to set a series of homemade traps for the bad guys–all in the spirit of the holidays! Look for Spider-Man: Home Alone at Christmas of 2023, and Spider-Man: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York in 2025.

Spider-Man: Homeward Bound. In this heartwarming tale for the whole family, Peter helps two lost dogs and a cat find their way back to their owners over the course of an incredible journey. Introducing Felicia Hardy as Sassy the cat.

Spider-Man: There’s No Place Like Home. After his multiversal adventures with Doctor Strange, Peter finds himself stranded in the magical land of Oz, complete with flying monkeys and other references that we understand! Starring Zendaya as Dorothy, Jacob Batalon as the Cowardly Lion, and Robert Downey Jr. as the Tin Man.

Spider-Man: Extreme Home Makeover. After Peter’s apartment gets trashed by bad guys (again), the other Avengers all chip in to help give him the home of his dreams!

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Spider-Man: Homestar Runner. When Flash Thompson starts making “Flash toons” on the web, Peter and the gang will be partying like it’s 2002! But this movie will also pit Spider-Man against his greatest foe yet: Trogdor the Burninator!

Spider-Man: Home Base. ‘Nuff said!

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