‘Spider-Man 3’ Cast Shares First Images and Tease the Title

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Ah, Spider-Man 3. We know so little about you. Not even your title. We’ve heard some rumors involving the multiverse and the appearance of other actors who have playd Spider-Man. But official info? Not a ton until today. Now we know a tiny bit more because stars Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon shared the first official images from Spider-Man 3 on Tuesday afternoon via their Instagram accounts. They also teased at possible titles. Let’s look at the images first.

Peter Parker, MJ, and Ned Leeds in a room with light on their faces

Peter Parker, MJ, and Ned Leeds in a room with light on their faces

Peter Parker, MJ, and Ned Leeds in a room with light on their faces

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Both shots feature Holland (Peter Parker), Zendaya (MJ), and Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) seemingly exploring a dark and kinda creepy place. That sort of spot seems like it’s very much MJ’s jam. Small amounts of light penetrate wherever they are. This is a big stretch but maybe Peter’s in hiding temporarily since J. Jonah Jameson revealed his secret identity at the end of Far from Home. Whatever they’re doing or wherever they’re at, I’m getting The Goonies vibes for some reason.

And then there are the title teases. Both Holland and Batalon said on Instagram they were excited to share the new Spider-Man title. Holland shared Spider-Man: Phone Home. Batalon posted Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker. Both logos are fully designed and look legit. And having the word “home” in the title is expected so that it follows the styling of the first two films. Maybe both of those phrases will play into Spider-Man 3.

We reached out to a publicist at Sony to confirm the title and haven’t heard back yet. I don’t think either of these are the actual title (at least I hope not). But maybe, just maybe multiple titles could be a nod to the multiverse?

Spider-Man: Phone Home title card

Spider-Man: Phone Home title card

Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker title card

Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker title card

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However this reveal likely means we will get some more official information about Spider-Man 3 soon—like the actual title. Until then, definitely don’t look up Phone Home on Twitter because you’ll discover that many people, like Captain America, don’t get that reference.

Spider-Man 3 is set to debut on December 17, 2021.

Amy Ratcliffe is the Managing Editor for Nerdist and the author of The Jedi Mind, available now. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

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