We have a small production tidbit to share about the third Tom Holland Spider-Man film.
According to ProductionWeekly, the working title of the untitled Spider-Man 3 will be Serenity Now, another reference to the Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David 1990s sitcom Seinfeld.
The mantra was used by George’s father when he is trying to calm himself down which leads to him top his top.
Not surprising since the last two movies directed by Jon Watts had working titles referencing the series.
Previous Spider-Man and spinoff films have had the following working titles.
- SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING = SUMMER OF GEORGE
- VENOM = ANTI-VENOM
- SILVER & BLACK = TRI-BORDER (CANCELLED)
- SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME = BOSCO
- MORBIUS = PLASMA
- VENOM 2 = FILLMORE
The recent Morbius trailer revealed the Jared Leto Spider-Man spinoff will directly connect to the main Spider-Man films as Michael Keaton’s Vulture showed up at the end, alluding to jailbreak.
The Sinister Six could end up being assembled with an altered lineup but it could also just simply be a connective tissue on the part of Sony as they control their characters and can have them crossover.
Spider-Man: Far From Home ended on a massive cliffhanger with J.K. Simmons reprising the J. Jonah Jameson role and revealing to the world that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, then claiming he murdered Quentin Beck aka Mysterio.
There is an expectation that Tom Holland, J.K. Simmons, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, and Marisa Tomei will be returning.
However, the villains of Spider-Man 3 are currently unknown outside of Holland and Watts’ desire to use Kraven The Hunter.
Sony Pictures has given the Spider-Man sequel a release date of July 16th, 2021.
SOURCE: PRODUCTION WEEKLY