The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel’s production start date has been disclosed – and as per reports the film will start shooting in June. The sequel will launch the Phase 4 of the MCU with its release in summer 2019.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 is going to have the responsibility of setting up the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s tone beyond Avengers: Infinity War, a film which is all set to reshape the cinematic universe’s future. Infinity War is expected to feature a huge superhero ensemble. Therefore, it is not yet known as to how the Marvel Cinematic Universe is going to be after Thanos is through wrecking the blue planet with the help of his Infinity Stone driven gauntlet.
This news has been revealed by Omega Underground, which also shared that the director of the movie Jon Watts’ might be heading to Berlin, Germany for the sequel. Berlin has played a crucial part in the web-slinger’s story. Edward Leeds, the Hobgoblin, was killed in the city. While Hobgoblin hasn’t been announced to feature in the movie, fans are speculating about the same. The filming for Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 is likely to start on June 1 and wrap up in September.
The Jon Watts directed Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 will release next year, and if nothing catastrophic happens to him in Infinity War, then Tom Holland will play Peter Parker.