Sony-Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel’s working title has been revealed as Fall of George. The title has reference to Jason Alexander’s Seinfeld character since the movie’s first title was Summer of George.
The working title for the untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel was revealed by Omega Underground. The title is named to honor the 1997 episode of Seinfeld.
Marvel Studios and Sony’s collaboration took off in a big way with Spider-Man: Homecoming taking the box office by storm. The movie is the biggest superhero film of the year. So, it is not surprising that a sequel for the movie is underway.
Tom Holland will reprise his role as the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. The actor will next be seen in Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. Since the sequel picks soon after events in Avengers 4, Peter’s world is completely different now.
The sequel, like the original movie will be directed by Jon Watts. The screenplay for the film will be written by Spider-Man: Homecoming screenwriters Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna.
Spider-Man’s doomed love interest Gwen Stacy is rumored to be part of the sequel. She might appear as a foreign exchange student. However, there is no official confirmation on that as yet. Many of Peter’s classmates might return to play their role in Fall of George.
Talking about Spider-Man 2 taking up the temporary name Fall of George in honor of the iconic sitcom, co-producer Eric Carroll said, “We pick code names that make us giggle. Around that time in L.A., there was the channel that showed the Seinfeld reruns from 10 to 11 pm, and we all started coming in the next day and talking about Seinfeld. And when we had to pick a code name for this, ‘Summer of George’ was one [suggestion] that made us all laugh the hardest.”
Shooting for Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel will begin in June 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. Spider-Man 2 is expected to hit the theaters on July 5, 2019.
Source: Omega Underground
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