2021 ended on a big note for Marvel Studios, as well as Sony Pictures, thanks to their co-produced Spider-Man threequel. After the major cliffhanger in Spider-Man: Far From Home, the third installment went all-in as they tackled Peter's final story in the trilogy.
Despite Feige and Pascal's previous comments, Holland is now opening up on what is going on behind the scenes as far as his Spider-Man future goes.
In a new interview with EW, Holland clarified that there have only been conversations so far about the next Spider-Man movie. Stating that they are only in talking phases, it is becoming clear that no script has been written nor is there any formal commitment just yet. That is especially important to take into account as Holland is, as of now, not under contract anymore.
Holland said, “We've had conversations about the potential future of Spider-Man, but at the moment they are conversations. We don't know what the future looks like.”
Based on Holland's statement, it's becoming evident that a new Spider-Man trilogy has barely begun coming to life. Given how game-changing Spider-Man: No Way Home was, Sony and Marvel would need to find an incredibly strong story worthy of following up with the film's ending.
It's worth noting that even if they finalize plans for the next Spider-Man film, it may take a few years before it hits theaters. As Marvel Studios get further into Phase 4, there are still several previously announced projects that would come before a new Spider-Man trilogy starts.
Marvel Studios already has projects like Blade, Captain America 4, Shang-Chi 2, and Fantastic Four that are in the works. If anything, Peter may not get his film until Phase 5, which may not start until 2024.