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‘Spider-Man 3’ finally has a title: ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Published Feb 24th, 2021 2:45PM EST

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  • Spider-Man 3 is one of the most anticipated Spider-Man films ever made, building upon everything that happened in every Spider-Man movie that came before it.
  • Marvel and Sony have already started promoting the film, revealing the official Spider-Man 3 title on Wednesday: Spider-Man: No Way Home.
  • The title drop comes a day after three of the main Spider-Man 3 stars each revealed a title of their own, trolling fans with different names playing on the “Home” theme.

Coming to theaters this holiday season, the next Spider-Man movie will be the most important and exciting yet. The movie will conclude the first joint Sony-Marvel trilogy, resolving the massive cliffhanger at the end of Far From Home. More importantly, Spider-Man 3 will be directly tied to the events of WandaVision and help set up Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, according to several rumors. This would help both Marvel and Sony advance their plans for their respective comic book cinematic universes.

And now finally we know what the third movie will be called: Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Even though the No Way Home is set to debut this December, we didn’t get an official title until this week. Some leaks said the title was such a big spoiler for the film that Marvel delayed its reveal. Before Sony and Marvel revealed the title, the franchise’s biggest stars had a little fun with fans. Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon, who play Peter Parker, MJ, and Ned, respectively, each revealed a different Spider-Man 3 title in a coordinated marketing attack on Tuesday.

Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home are the names Marvel and Sony used for the first two movies in the series. This prompted speculation that the third installment would also use the “home” theme.

Spider-Man: No Way Home
Still image from Spider-Man: No Way Home title reveal video. Image source: Marvel Studios and Sony

As a reminder, Spider-Man’s identity has been revealed to the world as of the end of Far From Home. In No Way Home, Peter Parker will be on the run, and going home would mean putting his family in danger.

Additionally, No Way Home will reportedly explore the multiverse in the aftermath of WandaVision. That’s why Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is in the film as well. That’s why villains from previous Sony Spider-Man movies and the Spider-Man actors that preceded Holland are also said to be joining the cast. One leak even offered the upcoming sequel’s purported title, claiming that the film would be called Spider-Man: Homeworlds. Homeworlds is actually scrawled out on the whiteboard above, in a nod to recent leaks.

Marvel and Sony announced the Spider-Man 3 title on Wednesday, after Tuesday’s trolling campaign. Considering how the No Way Home title reveal dropped, the Holland-Zendaya-Batalon fake title teasers make perfect sense. The title reveal is a video mocking Holland’s inability to keep Marvel’s MCU secrets.

It was clear on Tuesday that the marketing campaign for the movie had started. Holland, Zendaya, and Batalon each revealed the “title” of the film on Thursday, just as Holland began to give interviews about Spider-Man 3. But each actor offered their own title. Spider-Man: No Way Home wasn’t among them:

According to a post on Holland’s social accounts, the film would be titled Spider-Man: Phone Home. Batalon chimed in with Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker. Then there was Zendaya with Spider-Man: Home Slice. That’s solid trolling from the trio of actors that starred in the previous MCU Spider-Man films. They’ve effectively unleashed a new meme, with Jimmy Kimmel joining in on the fun — Spider-Man: That’s so Kraven is the title he proposed:

Marvel and Sony also shared the first official stills from Spider-Man: No Way Home on Tuesday:

Chris Smith Senior Writer

Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he brings his entertainment expertise to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises.

Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.

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