After many years of waiting, we finally have an official name for the Spider-Man trilogy. A smart decision by Marvel Studios.
Marvel has named the Spider-Man trilogy. The Kevin Feige-led studio has finally confirmed an official title for its first Tom Holland trilogy in UCM as Spider-Man. The actor debuted as Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War (2016), replacing the legendary Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, who played the character in the Sony-produced films.
Since then, Tom Holland has appeared as Spider-Man in five other Marvel Cinematic Universe projects. These include “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Avengers: Endgame” and his own solo trilogy dedicated to the great teenage hero. Each of these Spider-Man films, including Homecoming, Far From Home and No Way Home, dealt with similar themes and a clear overarching plot. Essentially, they dealt with the origin story of Peter Parker within the MCU.
The titles alone give a clear indication of the trilogy
This is what the director of the Spider-Man trilogy, Jon Watts, explained Tom Holland’s three solo films at Marvel Studios explore Peter Parker’s full origin story as Spider-Man. And now this trilogy has been given an official title. In the book No Way Home: The Art of Film The studio’s head of visual development, Ryan Meinerding, suggested that Tom Holland’s films form a trilogy with their own name.
“Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films, starring Tobey Maguire, were in many ways truly the gateway to modern superhero cinema,” Ryan Meinerding began to explain. “Both Andrew Garfield in the TAS films and Tom Holland in our ‘Home’ trilogy have only enriched the web-slinger’s legacy on the big screen over two decades.” So, The Marvel Studios trilogy is now called “Home”. A good detail.