The three protagonists of the saga ‘Spider-Man’, Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon and Zendaya, announced this Tuesday the title of the expected new installment of the hero with a peculiarity. They are three different names: “Home-Wrecker”, “Phone Home” and “Home Slice”.
Each actor posted on his Instagram profile an image of the shoot, each accompanied by a different title that caused confusion among fans of the Marvel franchise, who ventured to theorize if it really will have three titles, if they are competing to choose one or if it is all a promotional joke.
“Very excited to announce the new Spider-Man title. I can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve been preparing“Announced Holland, current interpreter of the arachnid superhero.
In a series of parallel interviews for his upcoming release, “Cherry,” Holland assured that the filming of the new movie “Spider-Man” was being complicated because it is the “most ambitious” film he has recorded.
If Holland’s title was “Phone-Home”, Zendaya opted for “Home-Slice” while Batalon opted for “Home-Wrecker.”
Some specialized blogs consider that could be a reference to the multiple stories that this movie will tell, although Marvel has not commented on the matter.
Holland, who puts the current Spider-Man face and body in the cinema, was fundamental in the negotiations between the presidents of Disney and Sony to save the agreement on the rights of the arachnid superhero in the Marvel universe, from where he was about to disappear.
Until then, both entertainment giants agreed that the films in which Spider-Man was the protagonist would be from Sony, the company that owns the rights, in exchange for Disney being able to include the superhero as another character in the rest of the Marvel Studios films. .
But Disney wanted to reconsider the deal and share with Sony both the funding and the profits from the Spider-Man films, something Sony initially rejected.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, 2019, is the film that has given the studio the most money in its 95-year history, with more than 1.1 billion dollars raised worldwide.