“Spider-Man: No Way Home” star Tom Holland says there’s no more Spider-Boy. In a recent promotion with Sony Pictures Japan, Holland said the latest film in his Marvel Cinematic Universe trilogy is about his character turning from a boy to a man, Spider-Man.
For fans who have seen the exciting action in the cinema, of course they already know Holland’s naivety. In the film, it is told that Holland wants to help people who come from other universes, regardless of the consequences that might arise.
“It really was Spider-Boy, and this film is about him being Spider-Man. It’s about him growing up, making his own decisions, and stepping out as a great Avenger,” Holland explained. “And it’s really nice to have a match between me in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and who I am now and who Peter Parker is in Spider-Man: No Way Home.”
No Way Home” ends with the entire universe having forgotten about Peter Parker’s existence, and he moving into his own apartment away from his friends. Holland says that the trio is the definitive ending to Marvel Studios’ first Spider-Man trilogy.
“(Spider-Man: No Way Home) is definitely the final chapter in the Homecoming series.” “Jon Watts has done an incredible job creating a genre of superhero film that has never been told before.”
“A superhero film about a boy, in a small town, really the Friendly Spider-Man. This film is about him stepping into a bigger life and growing up and becoming Spider-Man,” he continued.
Marvel Studios and Sony are currently working on a fourth Spider-Man film featuring Holland’s Peter Parker, though plot details have yet to be leaked. “You see Spider-Man making an important decision. This is a sacrifice. And that gives us a lot of work in the next film,” explained Spider-Man producer Amy Pascal.