"Then it seemed more interesting if Mysterio tricks him into doing it, but any time we wrote a version where he was being revealed to the world in that battle, it felt like it diminished the victory".
According to ComicBook.com, Holland's original contract with Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures - the film company holding the rights to a cinematic Spider-Man - holds him to three solo films and three other movies made by Marvel and distributed by Disney.
"We were definitely debating, should we just reveal who Spider-Man is, or should we frame him for something and turn him into a pariah?"
The first film of Phase 4 has yet to be announced, but if this scene is anything to go by, we may be battling extraterrestrial enemies for several films to come.
Marvel could have easily tried to do away with the more ridiculous aspects of the look in his Far From Home debut, but in a behind-the-scenes peek at the film's production, VFX head of production Ryan Meinerding explained how Steve Ditko's iconic design for the character (played by Jake Gyllenhaal in the new movie) demanded that certain elements remain intact.
Honestly, can Peter Parker catch a break?
The reality for the trilogy-ender that saw Raimi leave the Spider-Universe on rather a down-note, is that it's far from as disastrous as you might think it is. Audiences were introduced to a Spider-Man who already had his powers, had already (presumably) lost his Uncle Ben, and had already learned about great power and great responsibility. Let us know in the comments section down below! The film is also well above the $202.8 million that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 earned from North American cinemas during its run. SHIELD can help Peter stay out of custody, but we forget that Peter is still a kid and shouldn't be running for his life, or fighting on behalf of SHIELD to stay out of jail. What could the future hold for Peter now?
Maybe we'll get an answer at Hall H this year.