Marvel have found great success with Holland’s incarnation of the iconic character – which came hot on the heels of Andrew Garfield’s two movies with Sony.
However, as pointed out by Comicbook.com, Holland’s initial contract means that we could soon be coming to the end of his time in the franchise.
The British star was initially reported to have signed a deal that put him in six movies: three solo, and three others.
The latter trio have already been done: he was in Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.
As for his three solo capers, he’s done Homecoming and Far From Home – leaving just one more.
So after the next movie, the concluding part to his solo trilogy, will Holland bow out?
That, of course, is up for pure speculation at this point – and it does, admittedly, seem hugely unlikely that Marvel will want to write him out, given the huge success he has had.
In the wake of Endgame’s emotional conclusion, it seems as though Peter Parker is now one of the central heroes in the MCU going forward – and moving on from his story so soon makes little sense.
But the question is whether Holland himself will want to continue.
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Still only 23, would the rising star want to tie himself in to another lengthy agreement? Or would he want to move on to other things – as Chris Evans did after his impressive run as Steve Rogers?
Indeed, Holland told Interview in 2017: “I don’t want to be stuck to one character. I think that’s what can happen when you take on a superhero movie.
“So every conversation I have with my agent is, ‘What have you got for me? What’s next? Who can I play?'”
The other (admittedly unlikely) possibility to consider is whether or not Sony would want their character back for themselves.
Venom and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse were both successes, so could they try and revamp the live-action hero themselves once again, and put him back into their own cinematic universe?
It’s all unclear at the moment – but the presumption must surely be that, should Holland want to continue, Marvel have no reason not to renew his deal.
Spider-Man: Far From Home has picked up decent reviews: it holds a 92% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and a 69 out of 100 score on Metacritic, indicating “generally favourable” feedback.
The film has already taken $200 million worldwide since its opening on Tuesday, with that number set to sharply rise even further over the course of the weekend.
Marvel’s release slate from this point on is unconfirmed, although a Black Widow prequel is expected to be their next release.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is out now.