Marvel Studios Unveils Official Name for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Trilogy

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Marvel Studios has officially christened Tom Holland’s Spider-Man trilogy as the “Home” trilogy, a revelation found in the artbook “Spider-Man: No Way Home: The Art of the Movie,” attributed to Ryan Meinerding, the head of Marvel’s Visual Department.

The “Home” trilogy commenced in 2017 with “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” followed by “Far From Home” in 2019, and culminated with the multiverse adventure “No Way Home” in 2021. Notably, both “Spider-Man 4” and the animated “Spider-Man: Freshman Year” are currently in development.

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Previously, Marvel Studios had simply referred to Tom Holland’s trilogy as a three-part original Spider-Man story. However, recognizing its significance and distinctive narrative, they have now given it the official moniker, the “Home” trilogy.

Director Jon Watts, responsible for the “Home” trilogy, shed light on how he envisioned Tom Holland’s three films, considering the possibility of exploring Peter Parker’s sophomore, junior, and senior years one movie at a time.

Furthermore, Jon Watts highlighted that Peter Parker’s senior year, as depicted in “No Way Home,” became intertwined with the multiverse crossover featuring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man iterations. This crossover, according to Watts, forms the fundamental essence of the narrative he aimed to convey.

In the artbook, Ryan Meinerding also acknowledged Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man movies as the catalyst for modern superhero cinema, underscoring their significance in the genre’s evolution. He additionally recognized how Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland’s “Home” series had further enriched the Spider-Man legacy.