'Spider-Man: Far From Home' To Start Filming in Two Weeks (REPORT)

Spider-Man: Far From Home begins filming in two weeks.

While Marvel has been secretive about their upcoming projects, Tom Holland took to Instagram this weekend to reveal the sequel’s official title, Spider-Man: Far From Home, now we know when, precisely, filming on the highly anticipated follow-up is set to begin.

Recently, Collider spoke with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige during an interview fro Ant-Man and The Wasp, and during the meeting, Feige revealed that Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 filming beings in about two weeks, or “early next month.” That’s somewhat surprising as we have not heard many casting calls for the upcoming feature film.

Tom Holland is back to play Peter Parker, and Marisa Tomei is back as Aunt May, with Jake Gyllenhaal reportedly tapped to play the movie’s villain Mystery. There have also been rumors that Michael Keaton may be returning as Vulture, which could potentially give way to the group Sinister Six.

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