Watch Tom Holland “Accidentally” Leak the Title for the ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel



Did Tom Holland just let another bit of information slip?

The Spider-Man: Homecoming star has been the target of friendly teasing by the internet and his fellow MCU cast members for seemingly dropping spoilers. In case you haven’t seen some of those moments, here’s a compilation that went viral…

Which brings us to Holland’s latest “slip up,” although our money’s on this one being more of a sly way to make an announcement. Holland’s Instagram account does have 10.1 million followers after all, so Marvel may very well have given the go-ahead.



While at the ACE Comic-Con in Seattle, Washington, Holland took to Instagram with a video to apologise to fans for Marvel not having much to offer regarding the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. If you (somehow) haven’t seen Infinity War, by the way, be aware he drops a spoiler for that one too.

“I’m a little confused because I died,” Holland says. “So I don’t really know how it all comes in to play.” And then came the drop. “But, what I do know is I got the script…” as he flashes his tablet, which has what looks like the official title logo. Watch this…

Sorry for no announcements, but I love you guys ♥️

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There you have it: it appears that the Homecoming sequel will be titled Spider-Man: Far From Home. So, why Far From Home? Well, Marvel head Kevin Feige may have shed some light on that back in April.

“We film in London. We shot first film in Atlanta,” Feige told io9. “And we shoot a lot of films in London, but there’s another reason we’re shooting in London, which is, yes, Spidey, of course, will spend some time in New York, but he’ll spend some time in other parts of the globe.”

For now, speculation reigns. How does Spidey come back following the jaw-dropping events of Infinity War? Why is he in London? What more spoilers can we expect from Holland?

Spider-Man: Far From Home, if that really is the title, will be hitting US cinemas on July 5, 2019.

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