No Way Home, according to Zendaya, “may be the final Marvel Spidey movie.”


No Way Home, according to Zendaya, “may be the final Marvel Spidey movie.”

SPIDER-MAN Zendaya expressed some doubt about the Marvel franchise’s future, before adding that the latest film, No Way Home, could be “very much it” for the franchise.

Tom Holland will star in his third Spider-Man film, No Way Home, later this year. The film will include a variety of Spider-Men, including Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, who have previously played the character. Despite the fact that Spidey is one of the most successful series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, MJ actor Zendaya believes it may be coming to an end with the release of this upcoming film.

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Zendaya recently opened up about the future of the series.

Being a part of the series and filming the third installment “was so much fun,” she said, but “it was also sort of sad.”

“We don’t know if we’re going to do another one,” the 24-year-old continued.

“Will it just be three and done?” says the narrator. You know, you usually do three movies and that’s pretty much it.” (Image courtesy of E! News)

“There have been so many different Spideys before us,” Zendaya continued. It is a priority to make everyone proud.”

The young actress also discussed what it was like to work on the set of No Way Home, which could be the final installment in the Spider-Man franchise.

“We were all just absorbing and taking the time to simply appreciate the moment, be with one other, and be so appreciative for that experience,” she explained. It’s very incredible that we’ve all grown up together.”

Holland has previously spoken out about bringing the Spider-Man franchise to a close.

Despite the fact that the film may mark the end of Spider-journey Man’s in the MCU, Holland is eager to return.

“[No Way Home] would be my last [under contract], so I’ve always told them if they want me back, I’ll be there in a heartbeat,” he remarked last year.

“I’ve cherished every moment of being a part of this incredible universe. It’s altered my life for the better, and I feel extremely fortunate to be here.

“I’ll be there if they want me back; if they don’t, I’ll walk off into the sunset.” Brinkwire Summary News.


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