If you're stoked for Tom Holland's webslinger to make his proper debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming, this news will be music to your ears.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Holland mentioned that he's contracted for six #Marvel movies in total. Obviously that includes this year's #CivilWar, but it looks like the young Brit will be a fixture inside the #MCU for at least the next five years. Check out what we believe those six movies will be, and what we know about each of them so far.
Captain America: Civil War
Before Civil War hit, nobody knew quite what Peter Parker's role would be. Against expectation, the film actually did a brilliant job of integrating #SpiderMan in the world of Tony Stark and the #Avengers, and he more than held his own in battle against far more experienced fighters like Falcon.
Plus, that post-credits scene was bomb.
Considering it's out just a shade over half a year from now, we really know remarkably little about the actual story of Spider-Man: Homecoming right now. We know it takes Peter Parker back to school to explore his roots in a way no other Spider-Man movie really has, which is exciting, and that it features Marvel's most diverse cast to date.
Check out our guide to everything we know about #Homecoming, which hits theaters July 7, 2017, so far.
Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers 4
Avengers: Infinity War is the moment we've all been waiting for — everybody, from Doctor Strange to Ant-Man, Black Widow to Captain Marvel, assembled in one place, doing everything possible to keep Thanos from collecting all six Infinity Stones.
Spider-Man isn't confirmed yet, but you can bet your ass Marvel aren't leaving one of their most popular heroes out of this movie. The storyline of Avengers 4 (due in 2019 and apparently "not a sequel") is completely unknown right now, but again if Spider-Man is an Avenger at that point, expect him to be there.
Spider-Man 7 & 8
Or Homecoming 2 and threequel, if you prefer. Holland himself confirmed a trilogy of Spider-Man flicks in the EW interview, but your guess is as good as mine about the future direction of the franchise. If Homecoming is any indication, Spider-Man's entire rogues gallery of unexplored villains will feature in all three movies — and if Zendaya really isn't MJ, we're bound to meet the redhead again soon.
Which Avenger/secret Avenger would you like to see Spider-Man interact with in the MCU?
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)