Tom Holland's highly-anticipated superhero threequel finally releases a teaser trailer.
'Spider-Man 3' is one of the most talked-about and anticipated threequels of the year.
The superhero film starring Tom Holland finally finished filming and is officially titled 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'.
After months of anticipation, Sony finally released the official teaser for the upcoming installment, giving us a glimpse of what 'Spider-Man 3' is all about.
Let's take a look at all the latest updates, including new release dates, casting details, and more.
Here's everything we know so far about 'Spider-Man 3'.
The current release date for 'Spider-Man 3' is December 17, 2021.
The film suffered numerous delays from the past, most recently from its November 5, 2021 schedule. However, it seems that nothing can stop our wall-crawler from hitting the theaters this Christmas season. The film will release exclusively in theaters.
Tom Holland previously revealed that they were planning to "finish Spider-Man in February next year" (February 2021).
However, the team wasn't able to finish until late March. The news about the wrapping up of production was announced through social media.
Sony boss Tony Vinciquerra has already said that 'Spider-Man 3' will only be released once the theaters are "open and operating at significant capacity".
Luckily, the vaccines have been rolled out and the world is slowly recovering from the onsets of the pandemic. Hence, we don't see any reasons for further delays.
Before the teaser was released, everybody's trying to keep their mouth shut about what's going to happen in the upcoming threequel, prompting rumors after rumors to spread around like wildfire.
Nevertheless, Tom Holland promised us that it's going to be "absolutely insane".
The 'Spider-Man' actor received the final script shortly after he arrived on set and eagerly shared the excitement with his fans, although he held back from giving any spoilers because he says he's already learned his lesson.
For months now, rumors about the first-ever live-action Spider-verse happening in 'Spider-Man 3' have been circulating.
However, there is still no official confirmation of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's casting to join Tom Holland in the upcoming film.
On August 25, Sony finally released the official trailer for 'Spider-Man: No Way Home'. The trailer sees Parker struggling after his identity as Spider-Man was revealed in the last film. During the chaos, he asked Dr. Strange for help to let everyone forget that he is Spider-Man. Unfortunately, this led to a greater problem after they tampered with the stability of space-time.
The trailer unleashes Marvel's multiverse and gave us a first look (well, technically for this film) at Doctor Octopus.
Tom Holland is coming back to reprise his role as Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man, together with Zendaya as his love interest, MJ.
Jacob Batalon is also confirmed to return as Peter's BFF, Ned. The actor announced his involvement by sharing a photo of himself back in character.
Benedict Cumberbatch will appear as Doctor Strange, he will reportedly take over the mentor role from Tony Stark after the latter died in Avengers: Endgame.
'Spider-Man 3' will even be more exciting as characters from previous Spider-Man films are also getting a big comeback.
Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina are also reprising their roles as Electro and Doc Ock.
Electro and Doc Ock's casting fueled speculations that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will be back as their respective takes on Peter Parker in what's going to be the first Spider-verse ever. Their casting isn't confirmed by Sony yet.
The official teaser trailer for 'Spider-Man 3' is finally here. As promised, we will be updating this article immediately once it drops. Enjoy the teaser trailer below! We will add the full trailer here once it's available.