'All I will say is that we have the story': Kevin Feige confirmed "Spider-Man 4" script for Tom Holland after billion-dollar success!
Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige confirmed the script for "Spider-Man 4" with Tom Holland is underway. The announcement follows the billion-dollar success of "Spider-Man: No Way Home."
Kevin Feige (Source: CNBC)
"All I Will Say is That We Have the Story": Swinging into the Future with "Spider-Man 4"
Peter Parker's adventures are far from over, and Tom Holland is not ready to hang up his web shooters just yet. After raking in a whopping $1 billion worldwide with "Spider-Man: No Way Home," Marvel Studios has revealed that a fourth installment is on the horizon.
Holland's "Spider-Man 4": The Journey Continues
The news comes straight from the horse's mouth, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, who confirmed the development of "Spider-Man 4" during a candid chat with Entertainment Weekly.
"All I will say is that we have the story," Feige told EW, a sly smile surely playing on his lips. "We have big ideas for that, and our writers are just putting pen to paper now."
This exciting announcement follows the monumental success of "No Way Home," the first pandemic release to cross the billion-dollar mark, as reported by Motion Picture Association.
From Auditions to Billion-Dollar Box Office: A Spider-Man Retrospective
The success isn't just a victory for Holland. It's also a triumph for Feige, who has seen the Spider-Man franchise evolve from the days of Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield. The recent epic that brought them all together was nothing short of a cinematic sensation, reinvigorating the franchise.
Feige reminisces, "It's unbelievable what has happened in those 23 years." From a simple audition to creating a global phenomenon, Marvel Studios has woven a web that has ensnared fans worldwide.
"All I will say is that we have the story. We have big ideas for that, and our writers are just putting pen to paper now." - Kevin Feige on "Spider-Man 4."
"It's unbelievable what has happened in those 23 years." - Kevin Feige reflecting on the Spider-Man franchise.
Marvel's Action-Packed Future
In addition to the thrilling news about "Spider-Man 4," Feige also dropped hints about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including the first R-rated MCU movie, "Deadpool 3." With Emma Corrin as the villain and a team-up with Hugh Jackman's Wolverine, this future seems brighter (and bolder) than ever.
Conclusion: A New Era of Superheroes
With "Spider-Man 4" in the works, the future for Marvel Studios and Tom Holland looks promising. The question that remains is what new heights this latest installment will scale. For now, fans can revel in the success of "No Way Home" and look forward to more breathtaking swings through the cityscape.
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