Remember how Tom Holland gave the entire plot details of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom toÂ Chris Pratt even before he read the script as the lead actor? Yes, the way he ruined Jurassic Worldâs sequel to Prat. Now the Spider-Man: Homecoming star is back with his goof-up and itâs related to his own movie itself. The actor whoâs known for leaking some crucial details of a filmâs plotÂ leaked the title of his next superhero movie this time.Â In an Instagram video posted on his account, he apologised to fans for not having any big announcements to make about Homecoming sequel, but just then heÂ flipped an iPad with the words âSpider-Man: Far From Homeâ written on it. So there you go. The title of next Spiderman movie is finally out but not officially. Also Read:Â [VIDEO ALERT] When Tom Holland ACCIDENTALLY released the Avengers: Infinity War poster and gave spoilers
After the success of Spider-Man: Homecoming, the makers were quick to announce its sequel and the movie will mark yet another collaboration between Marvel and Sony. The film is slated to release next year after Avengers 4 hits the screens in May. Previously Holland has committed many such blunders including the one where he almost revealed the climax of Avengers: Infinity War. Also Read:Â Spider-Man star Tom Holland takes a dig at Hulk star Mark Ruffalo for accidentally leaking Thor: Ragnarok â read tweet
Revealing details about the sequel of Homecoming, Marvel chief, Kevin Feige during Infinity War promotions had informed that they will start filming in early July.âWe film in London. We shot the first film in Atlanta. And we shoot a lot of films in London but thereâs another reason weâre shooting in London which is, yes, Spidey, of course, will spend some time in New York, but heâll spend some time in other parts of the globeâ, he concluded.
Holland will be making an appearance at the ACE Comic-Con held in Seattle over the weekend. Filmmaker Kevin Smith, who will moderate the Marvel panel at Seattle Comic Con, said on his podcast that Hollandâs agents had asked for a list of questions in advance. Reason? Well, to ensure that he doesnât say more than he has to.