During the premiere of his new Apple TV+ series “The Crowded Room” in New York City, Tom Holland provided an update on the progress of the highly anticipated fourth installment of the “Spider-Man” franchise.
While Holland couldn’t disclose many details, he did mention that meetings were taking place regarding the next chapter in the Marvel series. However, due to the ongoing writers strike, these discussions have been temporarily put on hold.
Holland expressed his support for the writers strike, stating, “We’ve put the meetings on pause in solidarity with the writers.” He emphasized that although there have been several conversations, the project is still in its early stages.
This aligns with the comments made by “Spider-Man” producer Amy Pascal, who also confirmed that another movie is in the works. However, the writers strike has temporarily halted progress. Pascal affirmed, “We’re all being supporters, and whenever they get themselves together, we’ll get started.”
Meanwhile, Holland is currently starring in the psychological thriller series “The Crowded Room,” where he plays the role of Danny Sullivan, a man arrested for his involvement in a 1979 New York City shooting. He not only acts but also serves as an executive producer, allowing him to contribute to the development of the show from its inception.
Reflecting on his experience with “The Crowded Room,” Holland expressed his enthusiasm for the project, despite its challenges. He was involved in various aspects such as shaping the story, casting, and selecting locations and costumes. Holland described it as a dream come true and stated, “It was also the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but I can’t wait to do it again.”
Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal have both confirmed that Marvel Studios Spider-Man 4 is in production, and Pascal has revealed that a live action Miles film is also in development, presumably for the MCU
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