SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME Could Be Followed By Another Trilogy And Even More Animated TV Shows

Everyone is wondering what the future holds in store for Tom Holland's Peter Parker post-Spider-Man: Way Home, and a new report indicates that Marvel Studios and Sony have some ambitious plans for Spidey.

We're still waiting to find out what the future holds in store for Tom Holland's Peter Parker beyond Spider-Man: No Way Home, though it is looking increasingly likely that the wall-crawler will be part of both the MCU and Sony's Spider-Man Universe (ie, movies like Morbius and Kraven the Hunter). 

It would make sense for Sony and Marvel Studios to continue working together, but The Cosmic Circus is reporting that plans for Spidey might be even more ambitious than we ever anticipated. 

It appears that deal for the streaming rights for those past Spider-Man movies was the first step in strengthening the partnership between the two studios. Up next for the wall-crawler would be a second live-action trilogy along with an animated series on Disney+, with each season released between movie 4, 5 and 6. Whether Spider-Man: Freshman Year is the first of those is hard to say.

However, the site notes that "each season will fill in the gap between each movie release," so if Peter is finally heading to college, then the plan could be to speed up Spidey's ageing process and bring him into adulthood a little sooner than expected (Holland is now 25-years-old). 

Here's how they believe the schedule could play out:

Freshman Year (Season 1)
Spider-Man 4 (TBD)
Spider-Man (TBD) Disney+ (Season 2)
Spider-Man 5 (TBD)
Spider-Man (TBD) Disney+ (Season 3)
Spider-Man 6 (TBD)

Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in U.S. on December 17 and in the UK on December 15.

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