Kevin Feige, the head of Marvel Studios, ultimately provided an update on the fourth Tom Holland-starring Spider-Man movie after more than a year of waiting. After the big triumph of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Spider-Man 4 was all but a given.

The third and final part of the trilogy with Tom Holland, Spider-Man: No Way Homeit was released on December 17, 2021. With over $260 million in revenue during its debut weekend, the film had the second highest domestic opening of all time.

Since then, it has generated over $600 million at the domestic box office. Of course, fans are already speculating about if and when we can anticipate the fourth entry of the franchise.

Specifically, information on the filming status of Spider-Man Season 4. Therefore, in this article, we will go over everything you need to know about the progress of filming Spider-Man Season 4, including premiere date, cast, and storyline, in addition to any other relevant news.

Has Spider-Man 4 Filming Started?

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No, shooting for Spider-Man 4 hasn’t started yet. Additionally, the official release date of Spider-Man 4 is yet to be revealed by Sony and Marvel. In December 2021, Spider-Man: No Way Home, the final Spider-Man film, was released.

It is not yet known whether the film will start shooting in mid or late 2023 as the script phase is still ongoing.

Due to the long production process, Spider-Man 4 may not be released until late 2024 or even 2025.

Additionally, two years ahead of their release dates, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Spider-Man: No Way Home all entered the pre-production stage . If Spider-Man 4 follows that pattern, it could eventually hit theaters in 2025 and thus be included in Phase 6 of the MCU.

Spider-Man 4 Cast & Crew

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Along with Tom, Spider-Man fans can anticipate the return of Zendaya as MJ, Jacob Battalion as Ned, and Jon Favreau as Happy in Spider-Man 4.

Tom Rothman, the chairman of Sony, told the source that he hopes to bring back “the whole group” for the fourth film, including filmmaker Jon Watts.

The antagonist Peter Parker/Spider-Man will face next is not yet known, but it could be Tom Hardy’s Venom.

Eddie and Venom are in a hotel room when they’re transported to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the post-credits sequence of Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

Venom observes the tv in the new space. Spider-Man is revealed to be Peter Parker by J. Jonah Jameson. Venom graces the screen after being encouraged by Peter.

Spider-Man 4 Plot Speculation

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We anticipate that the story of Spider-Man 4 will continue where the thrilling events of No Way Home left off. Spider-Man: No Way Home featured Peter and Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) inadvertently opened the gates of the multiverse and caused pandemonium after two of Peter’s variants, and villains from previous Spider-Man films crossed paths.

The only way to stop this chaos at the conclusion of No Way Home was to cast a spell that makes everybody forget about Peter Parker, leaving Peter alone and having to start all over again.

This opens up a broad range of potential outcomes for Spider-Man’s future in the MCU, and adds to the intrigue surrounding Spider-Man 4. Also, thanks to Feige’s update, we now know roughly when a new Spider-Man movie may be released.

Why is Spider-Man 4 taking so much longer than other Spider-Man movies in the MCU?

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The Spider-first Man MCU trilogy released a film every two years as is customary for Marvel, allowing viewers to more easily follow Peter Parker’s journey and connections with other stories and characters. Spider-Man 4, however, breaks from that model.

An analogous destiny awaited Thor, the first MCU protagonist to receive four standalone films, whose fourth film, Thor: Love and Thunder was released five years after Thor: Ragnarok.

It’s understandable that it is taking longer than the previous films because it is the start of a new trilogy, and there is quite a lot of planning to be done, even although there will not be as much of a gap as there was for Spider-Man.

The indisputable fact that the Multiverse Saga of the MCU is already complete may be another factor contributing to the longer production time of Spider-Man 4 than previous Spider-Man sequels.

The studio had to drop some of its well-known characters because this current period introduces many new ideas, settings, characters and events.