Spider-Man 4: How Spider-Man No Way Home end credits set up Tom Holland's second trilogy

WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD FOR SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Tom Holland’s second MCU trilogy as Spider-Man may not have been officially announced, but Sony Pictures’ Amy Pascal has every intention of making it happen with Marvel Studios. Spider-Man: No Way Home may be the end of a solo trilogy, but it certainly sets up Spider-Man 4.

To prevent more Spider-Man villains from other universes breaking through into the MCU and damaging reality, Peter Parker told Doctor Strange to cast a spell that would make everyone everywhere forget who he was.

Painfully, this wouldn’t just include his magical mentor, but also best friend Ned and girlfriend MJ.

Nevertheless, it had to be done and our hero promised them that he would come to find them and help them remember him.

We last saw Peter renting a room by himself but continuing to go out and fight crime anonymously as Spider-Man.

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Having finished high school, it seems likely that a second Spider-Man MCU trilogy will be set during Peter’s college years.

As for the villains he could face, there was a definite tease during No Way Home’s mid-credits scene featuring Tom Hardy’s Venom.

Just a couple of months ago, Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released and saw an end credits scene of Eddie Broke and the symbiote on holiday in Mexico.

The pair then transported across the multiverse to the MCU where they saw a TV news bulletin of The Daily Bugle’s J Jonah Jameson announcing that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.

It’s also interesting to consider that there were five villains from the five non-MCU Spider-Man movies in No Way Home.

There wasn’t a sixth member to make up a Sinister Six, suggesting they could be made up of the new villains in Sony’s non-MCU solo movies like Venom, Morbius and Kraven the Hunter – if rumours are to be believed.

As for if we’ve seen the last of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Peter Parker variants, we doubt it.

We could see them joining the fight against the Sinister Six, or even teaming up with Holland’s Web-Slinger in an Avengers 5 based on the Secret Wars comic book storyline, featuring a ton of variants from across the Marvel multiverse.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is out in UK cinemas.

source: express.co.uk