As Holland pointed out in his Instagram post, "I'm a little confused because I died" - a reference to his apparent fate at the end of last month's "Avengers: Infinity War". Homecoming star shared the title of his upcoming solo superhero sequel in a short Instagram video. Holland, who was in Seattle to attend Ace Comic-Con, took to social media to update his fans.
Clearly seen on the screen is the title: "Spider-Man: Far From Home".
"I wanted to apologize because there's no real revelations coming out this weekend about 'Spider-Man 2, '" he says as the video begins. I don't know much about it.
Jake Gyllenhaal (Nightcrawler, Okja) is set to play supervillain Mysterio in the sequel, with Michael Keaton reprising his role as Adrian Toomes/The Vulture as well, which could potentially mean we're finally getting The Sinister Six onscreen.
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As for Nigeria , a draw could do it for them, while a win locks them into the knockout stage. "They're not invincible. Switzerland came out with an impressive draw against Brazil and will look to keep the momentum going against Serbia.
And it's thanks to that gimmick that we now finally know what Spider-Man: Homecoming's sequel will be called.
Holland also bluntly admits he has no idea how the Marvel team are planning to bring back Spider-Man and all the other heroes who died in the The Snap. Jon Watts is returning as director.
Holland has gained a bit of a reputation for failing to maintain an absolute lockdown on spoilers in the Marvel universe - and elsewhere.
At least now we know the name as the world anxiously awaits Spider-Man: Far From Home in 2019.