Spider-Man 3: Did Kevin Feige just let slip Far From Home sequel is in Marvel Phase 4?

Spider-Man Far From Home just concluded the Infinity Saga with a huge cliffhanger for Peter Parker. But when Marvel Studios announced the Phase 4 movie slate, Spider-Man 3 was nowhere to be seen. Not only this, but it wasn’t even confirmed for the Phase 5 movies like Captain Marvel which will arrive in 2022 and afterwards. So just what is going on?

It’s widely believed that as part of their deal with Disney, Sony – who own the rights to Spider-Man – want a Web Slinger movie in the MCU every two years. 

So far that’s been the case, but there’s no sign of Spider-Man 3 in Summer 2021.

But here’s the thing: since it’s a Sony property, it’s not for Marvel Studios to announce a Spider-Man movie.

And it looks like Kevin Feige has already let slip that Spider-Man 3 is coming in 2021 after all.

MCU Cosmic noted that in an MTV interview Feige said there are 11 MCU projects made up of movies and Disney Plus series coming in the next two years after part of Phase 4.

Interestingly, the Marvel Phase 4 slate only includes 10 projects indicating that the eleventh is probably Spider-Man 3.

The outlet points out that the sequel will likely be announced by Sony in due course for a July 2021 release.

Meanwhile, Spider-Man movie producer Amy Pascal has teased a live-action multiverse in the MCU for the teen favourite.

Fans have speculated that this could mean Tom Holland’s Spider-Man interacting with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s incarnations.

Speaking with the Empire spoilers podcast, she said: “I think you should think there is [something to it]. I think that introducing the multiverse in this movie and I think that us introducing the Spider-verse in that movie gives us a lot of possibilities for where to go in the future.

“There’s a lot of versions of Peter, there are a lot of realities and I think you can expect us to explore them.”

And with the announcement of Loki, WandaVision, What If…? and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it looks like 2021 is going to the year of alternate MCU realities anyway.

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