Tom Holland is terrible at keeping secrets.
During the press tour for “Avengers: Infinity War,” it was a recurring joke among the Spider-Man actor’s co-stars; the cast unanimously voted him the “least trustworthy” and Doctor Strange himself Benedict Cumberbatch once said that doing interviews with Holland was like “chaperoning.”
Holland struck again over the weekend by “accidentally” revealing the title for the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” sequel in an Instagram post on Saturday. He apologized for a lack of announcements about the movie, saying he doesn’t know much about it and that he’s “confused” because Spider-Man is dead (he was one of the characters that disappeared at the end of “Infinity War”).
But then he said that he had the script, at which point he held up a tablet with the film’s logo on the screen, which revealed the title.
Below is the title of the movie and everything else we know:
The title is “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”
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This is the title that Holland revealed in his Instagram post. It hasn’t been officially announced by Marvel yet, but we’d be willing to bet that this wasn’t the “accidental reveal” we’ve been led to believe.
It comes to theaters July 5, 2019.
The movie will be released two months after next year’s “Infinity War” sequel, which comes to theaters May 3.
Director Jon Watts, who directed “Homecoming,” is returning.
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