Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in recent years has rapidly become one of the leading personalities of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is even more real following Avengers: Endgame because the MCU in Avengers is distressingly brief, even as newer and more serious threats are looming on the horizon. It raises a significant question: how many films did the actor Tom Holland leave on his agreement with Marvel? Will we get a new Spider-Man film in the MCU even?
Yes, most probably, the brief reply. While reports of precisely how many films Holland signed sometimes conflict over the years, the actor has a six-photometric agreement with Marvel Studios. In 2016, this has been verified. The agreement for Holland includes three solo films by Spider-Man and three other MCU projects, according to a report.
That implies Holland has made five of the six films for those who are keeping track of this. Between Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, Holland has all three MCU projects already finished. With Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man-Far From Home in the bag, it’s just one more sequel for Spider-Man.
This is not to say that Far From Home will be the last one of Holland’s sequelae as Spider-Man, necessarily. The Iron Man of 2008 was multiplied by the renegotiation of Robert Downey Jr. and the Avengers: Endgame in 2019 by Chris Hemsworth and the continued Thor role was an interest although his agreement with Endgame was concluded.
Theoretically, Holland could renew its consent and appear in the future sequel of Spiderman and Avengers. While other factors are involved, the future of Holland’s MCU relies on Marvel Studios and the preservation of Sony’s present relations.