No Way Home writers return address for Spider-Man 4


Spider-Man: No Path HomeThe writers of s have asked if they will return for Spider-Man: 4. The film’s ending has fans salivating for the next step for Peter Parker. Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers have both done a tremendous job satisfying longtime fans with the resolution of No way home. But, as Marvel and Sony move on to another trilogy or arrangement for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, the question remains where they fit into. FandomWire has spoken to the writers, and they say it’s not for them to speculate on their status for Spidey’s future. Although producers Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal have said that active development on Spider-Man 4 started in earnest, that doesn’t mean they bring the whole group together. Many other actors like Zendaya and Jacob Batalon have voiced their support for Holland, but it’s also unclear if we’ve seen the latest from MJ and Ned Leeds.

“This is a case where we don’t have to say that we are not allowed to say it because we really don’t know. To my knowledge, I am not aware of any future projects in progress,” have they explained. “That doesn’t mean they don’t exist, but it’s nothing you know someone has told Chris and I. I certainly hope so. I love Tom as Spider-Man. . I hope there are more, and I would love nothing more than to be involved. But at this point, we don’t know. “

Sony Pictures chief Tom Rothman wanted fans to know this wouldn’t be the last time fans saw Peter Parker. He told on the No Way Home red carpet.

“It’s reciprocal. So we lend one, and they lend one, and that’s how Benoît [Cumberbatch] is in this movie, “Rothman said.” So we have another ‘loan in return’ that is committed. But the thing I can say, and this is actually the precise scoop on this, is that the two companies have a tremendous working relationship. I think it’s a mutual hope that this continues. But there’s really nothing final right now, because the truth is we have to roll [Spider-Man: No Way Home] and see what happens. “

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