Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures ‘Spider-Man 3’ Full Title Revealed

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Over the past several day’s stars of Spider-Man 3 have taken to their personal Instagram to post (fake) title’s for the upcoming sequel. Tom Holland (Peter Parker) revealed that the film would be titled Spider-Man: Phone Home. While Jacob Batalon (Ned) said the film would be titled Spider-Man: Homewrecker. Finally, Zendaya revealed the film would be titled Spider-Man: Home Slice (MJ).

Today the 3 stars “visited” director Jon Watts office to finally ask what the film will be called. Sony Pictures officially revealed that the third film would be titled Spider-Man: No Way Home. We at Knight Edge Media had heard Spider-Man: Homeworlds was also a possibility at some point during pre-production.

Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters this Christmas

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