The sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider Man 3 is quickly becoming the most talked-about upcoming entry in the MCU. There are still several movies in the mega-franchise releasing before it. But it seems there’s something Spider-Man related to talk about each week. This time, the news surrounds the production, and when fans will get their first glimpse.
As first reported by Murphy’s Multiverse, the world will get its first look at the untitled Spider-Man film this December. Camila Pacheco, the executive marketing director of Sony Pictures Entertainment Brazil, revealed as much at ExpoCine 2020. Not only that, but the project has also already entered production and is sticking with its December 16th, 2021 release date. According to Murphy’s Multiverse’s Edward Rose, who attended the digital event, Pacheco “alternated between the words preview and teaser trailer when discussing the project.” Given the early stage of development, the first look likely won’t be a regular-length trailer.
In Other Spider-Man 3 News
October has been a packed month for Spider-Man 3 news. At the beginning of the month, news broke about Jamie Foxx’s return to the role of Electro. The actor previously played the villain in 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Mere days later, Benedict Cumberbatch signed on to reprise his role as Doctor Strange.
It’s unclear if Foxx will be playing the same version of the character. He stated in a now-deleted Instagram post that the character wouldn’t be blue this time. But since the Master of the Mystic Art’s second film will focus on the multiverse, this news was already enough to get people talking about the possibility of a live-action Spider-verse. Then, rumors began to spread about previous Spider-Man actors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield signing onto the project. Sony has since stated those casting rumors are not confirmed. Although, as many have pointed out, that isn’t technically a denial.