Spider-Man 3 Is Underway, While Tom Holland And Sony Are Teasing A Potential Reveal

Yesterday, three different Spider-Man 3 titles were shared by Jacob Batalon, Tom Holland, and Zendaya, those being Home-Wrecker, Phone Home, and Home Slice. Each has a different color – silver, green, and pinky purple. There’s a lot of speculation rampant on social media and plenty of theories, but Tom Holland has just dropped more cryptic clues that something is coming.

He shared a gif of him sipping some tea alongside Batalon and Zendaya while Sony replied with the watchful eyes emoji. Many are jumping to assume a trailer is coming, but perhaps it’s as simple as the actual title being unveiled. Some expected it to be dropped on The Tonight Show last night, but alas, it wasn’t.

Still, Tom Holland and Sony are definitely co-ordinating this PR stunt which is a change from the usual slip-of-the-tongue fans have come to expect from the Spider-Man and Nathan Drake actor. Meanwhile, the reason that some theorize a trailer is underway is because the three didn’t just drop a logo and title but also three different stills from the film itself.

As for the aforementioned color scheme – some speculate it’s hinting to Green Goblin, with silver, green, and pinky purple being his palette. After all, Willem Dafoe was rumored to have been spotted on set, but that was never confirmed. However, what is known for definite is that Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx, Doctor Octopus and Electro respectively, are returning.

It’s unclear why or how – are they the old characters coming back or new takes? Spider-Man 3 is a hotbed for fan theories, leaks, and rumors, so who knows at this point? Either way, Tom Holland and Sony definitely have something cooking, and hopefully, it all comes spilling out tonight.

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Cheerio! That’s what everyone thinks Brits say, right? James is a Newcastle University student from, funnily enough, Newcastle, England. He’s been gaming for as long as he can remember, from Half-Life to Thomas the Tank Engine.

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