The new film about Peter Parker will again feature Jon Watts as director and Tom Holland in the title role.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has yet to open its Phase 4 with the premiere of Black Widow, but rumors are already beginning to appear about its future installments. This time we talked about Spider-Man 3, the third installment about Spider-Man to star again at Tom Holland and direct Jon Watts.
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According to Charles Murphy, Marvel Studios might be looking for a Joel Kinnaman-style actor for an unspecified role in the upcoming Trepamuros installment. Details stay there, but other rumors have also pointed out that Kraven the Hunter and The Scorpion could be the villains of the third film about Peter Parker. This has led some to think that the character for which Marvel Studios is looking for an actor like Kinnaman is Kraven's.
As for The Scorpion, if you remember Spider-Man's post-credits scene: Homecoming, Adrian Toomes/The Vulture finds himself in jail with a man who has a scorpion tattooed on his neck. It's Michael Mando who brought this character to life. Not only at that moment of the end of the film, but also in the furry sequence. Will we see him completely turned into the villain in Spider-Man 3?
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Watts, meanwhile, expressed his desire for Kraven the Hunter to appear in one of the future superhero installments, and Command, on the other hand, also stated that his character might return at some point from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Just wait to find out more details about Spider-Man 3, a film that could begin filming in September. At the moment, fans of the franchise have their sights set on Black Widow. The solo film about Natasha Romanoff will kick off Phase 4 of the studio. The film, directed by Cate Shortland and set after the events in Captain America: Civil War, arrives in the cinemas on October 30. On these lines, don't miss the trailer.
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