Sony’s Amy Pascal Clarifies Spider-Man 4, 5 & 6 Announcement

Amy Pascal, a film producer, clarifies her announcements for Spider-Man 4, 5 and 6. While promoting Spider-Man, Pascal shocked everyone when she revealed that Sony would continue their partnership with Marvel Studios to produce the wall-crawler beyond the next threequel. Although this was a big surprise to many, it may have been a mistake.

Sony was the second iteration, with Andrew Garfield as the friendly neighborhood hero. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 turned out to be a disappointment. Instead of continuing with plans for The Amazing Spider-Man3, Kevin Feige convinced Sony that they could share Spider-Man with Marvel Studios, which resulted in their historic partnership. Holland was soon cast and joined the MCU via Captain America Civil War. He has reprised the role four times since then — two of them were solo adventures in Spider-Man’s Homecoming and Spider-Man’s Far From Home. His two other appearances were in Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame. Now, he’s set to be the star of Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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When Pascal was asked about the alleged plans to create a new Spider-Man trilogy in MCU, Pascal answered uncommittedly. Instead of excitedly discussing narrative possibilities, she was coy and said that Sony and Marvel Studios’ partnership would continue if they chose. You can watch her interview below.

Spider-Man – No Way Home will be Peter Parker’s most personal adventure to date as he fights villains from all over the multiverse, including Willem Dafoe and Doc Ock. Sony and Marvel Studios have kept plot details under wraps to make it hard to predict the ending of this blockbuster. Pascal’s initial announcement that a new Spider-Man trilogy was in development assured fans that the wall-crawler would continue his journey through the MCU. Pascal’s comments suggest that this may not be possible. It is curious to see why she chose to be more conservative in her response after her previous revelation. It’s possible that she was so excited about the possibility of Spider-Man 4, 5 and 6, that she talked about it prematurely.

Either Sony or Marvel Studios did not support Pascal’s original announcement. After she announced that Spider-Man 4, 5, 6 and 7 are in development, Sony insiders reported no plans for a third. For now, it is best to focus on Spider-Man – No Way Home. Holland may be the next web-slinger in MCU, as suggested by the film’s ending.

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