Tom Holland, the Spider-Man of MCU, revealed that he thought he will be kicked out of the MCU after Captain America: Civil War. The film being his debut in the MCU, Holland revealed that his gut felt like he was going to be fired even before the film was released in theaters.
Maybe, at that moment, he felt like he could have said to Mr. Stark that he doesn’t feel so good. Considering that he received generally positive feedback for portraying the role impeccably, it would seem silly that he would even think about being booted out just after the first film he appeared on.
It could be something like first game jitters but eventually, he got ahold of the role well as seen in his various appearances in the MCU.
Holland’s Spider-Man played a huge part in Iron Man’s story arc being one of the reasons why Stark has decided to join the Avengers in traveling through time to bring back everyone Thanos has snapped in Infinity War.
With the death of Tony Stark, it is possible that it will greatly affect how Spider-Man’s perspective of being a hero and could contribute to him stepping up his game.
Reprising his role as Peter Parker in Spider-Man 3, the movie is expected to be pivotal in the MCU as it will be venturing into the multiverse, one of the main themes that MCU has set for Phase Four.
With Sony and Marvel as co-producers, Jon Watts will be back to direct the film bringing the writers of Far From Home, Chris McKenna, and Erik Sommers, to pen the script.
There are also rumors that Holland will be joined by previous Spider-Man actors Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man 3, and that Daredevil will appear in the movie. While there is no confirmation yet as to these rumors, how fun would that be having three Spider-Men swinging around?
The film is currently filming and without any delay or problem in the near future, it may possibly be released this December. So, Tom Holland, worry no more as your future in the MCU is bright!