Kevin Feige Hints Spider-Man 3 Will be a Story Never Before Done on Film

With so many fake stories being spread around about the future of Spider-Man, it’s nice to have something real to report on for the third Spider-Man film in the MCU. And this is something Kevin Feige himself talked about.

In the interview with Fandango where Feige explained the difference between The Snap and The Blip, he’s asked if that mid-credits scene in Far From Home sets up a big storyline for the future of Spider-Man, and he says it does; “And now people know Peter’s identity. People now think he’s a villain, Mysterio plays one last trick on him and succeeds… [so that] means everything’s different. Where it goes, we’ll see. But it’s exciting that it once again sets us up for a Peter Parker story that has never been done before on film.”

Feige is traditionally very vague when talking about future movies. But he does drop some hints if you read between the lines.

A story that’s never been done on film before can immediately strike out certain villains. Venom has been done with Spider-Man before, so including him in the next movie wouldn’t be something that has never been done before. Previously Feige kind of shot down the Venom rumors, saying that the character was a part of Sony’s world (and thus not the MCU).

A lot of fans have speculated that they could pull from the controversial “One More Day” storyline in the comics, and that definitely hasn’t been done before so that’s a real possibility now. It also sounds like they won’t be reversing what happened in that scene, leaving Peter to deal with the repercussions.

Spider-Man 3 hasn’t been announced yet, but if it follows Sony’s release patter for Spider-Man it should be in 2021.