Tom Holland claims Spider-Man 4 is on hold to support WGA 2023

Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man, has disclosed that there have been talks about the fourth chapter in his superhero series, but the team has put further development on hold in “solidarity with the writers” strike.

Holland says that the crew has been meeting about the fourth edition in his superhero franchise.

The members of the authors Guild of America (WGA) have been on strike for the past month, seeking, among other things, greater compensation, higher minimum pay, more authors per show, and shorter exclusive contracts.

“I am able to confirm that we have been participating in meetings. In support of the writers, we have decided to postpone the meetings for the time being.

The 27-year-old previously played Spider-Man in No Way Home.

At this point it’s very, very early stages,” Holland told the news site Variety in New York City as he was attending the premiere of his program “The Crowded Room” on Apple TV+.

“There’s been several talks conducted,” Holland said. “But at this point it’s very, very early stages.”

The actor continued by saying that he will be unable to provide any other information on the project.

In the three “Spider-Man” movies that Tom Holland has starred in as the title character, “Spider-Man,” “Homecoming” (2017), “Far From Home” (2019), and “No Way Home” (2021) are all appropriate titles.

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