Now that Sony and Marvel have reconciled, the studios are working to get Jon Watts back to direct his third Spider-Man movie.
Sony is trying to lock down Jon Watts to direct a third Spider-Man movie before Marvel Studios can recruit him for new MCU adventures.
Contrary to yesterday’s report, Jon Watts isn’t contracted to helm two more Spider-Man movies for Sony.
Despite previous reports, the villains won’t be appearing.
Jon Watts explains why he wanted Mysterio in the upcoming Spider-Man sequel and sheds some light on the elementals as well.
Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury will take on the role of a “mean, new stepdad” to Peter Parker in the highly anticipated Spider-Man sequel.
The director and star of Spider-Man: Far From Home tease what’s in store for the friendly neighborhood webslinger when he makes his return to theaters this summer.
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