‘Spider-Man’ Sequel To Shoot This Summer With June Start
Omega Underground had been hearing that Marvel and Sony would begin filming their Spider-Man: Homecoming this summer and we have new information that might cement its summer shoot.
New information given to us has revealed that cameras are expected to begin rolling this June in Atlanta. Our assumption is that it could complete filming around October-December.
This would line up with Gina Prince-Bythewood’s planned winter/spring shoot for Silver and Black, which is said to begin shooting once Tom Hardy’s Venom wraps in February.
The untitled Spider-Man sequel will be directed by Jon Watts, with screenwriters Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna set to return.
We haven’t learned any concrete details on the film but it’s expected to be the first Phase Four installment in the MCU post-Avengers 4. Tom Holland’s Peter Parker could be dealing with the aftermath of trying to readjust to high school life after the two Avengers events.
The Marvel Studios/Sony production has been slated for release on July 5th, 2019.
SOURCE: OMEGA UNDERGROUND