Just a few days after it was revealed that the Spider-Man sequel for the MCU will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home, Keving Feige – head of Marvel Studios – revealed in an interview with ComicBook that the production start date for this film is set in two weeks. It was during a press conference for the upcoming Marvel film Ant-Man and the […]
Just a few days after it was revealed that the Spider-Man sequel for the MCU will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home, Keving Feige – head of Marvel Studios – revealed in an interview with ComicBook that the production start date for this film is set in two weeks.
It was during a press conference for the upcoming Marvel film Ant-Man and the Wasp that Feige revealed this information, as well as the wrap date for Captain Marvel and a mention to the yet to be titled Avengers 4.
“It’s always one film at a time. It’s one film at a time. Between Captain Marvel finishing in two weeks, Spider-Man starting in two weeks, Avengers 4 post getting underway right now, releasing [Ant-Man and the Wasp] … that’s keeping us busy over the next year.”
When asked about the title – Far From Home – Feige explained that, while our favourite spider will spend some time in New York, his journey will take the 17-year-old hero to “other parts of the globe.”
“We film in London. We shot [the] first film in Atlanta. And we shoot a lot of films in London but there’s another reason we’re shooting in London, which is, yes, Spidey, of course, will spend some time in New York, but he’ll spend some time in other parts of the globe.”
Even though no real plot details have been revealed as of yet, except that this film will mark the start of the next phase of the MCU, which has not been reported to be titled “Phase 4”, as it has been reported that Far From Home will start minutes after Avengers 4 so, it’s easy to say that yes, he’s going to be very far away from home indeed.
Joining Holland in this sequel are Marisa Tomei (May Parker), Zendaya (Michelle Jones), Jacob Batalon (Ned), and Michael Keaton (Adrian Toomes / the Vulture), who will reportedly return as The Vulture but the size of his role remains unknown. Jake Gyllenhaal –who has been reported to be in talks to play the main villain of the film – is not officially part of the cast as of today.
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Spider-Man: Far From Home is expected to swing by the theatres on July 5, 2019.