It’s always a good idea to go with what works, and that appears to be what is happening with Spider-Man: Homecoming 2.
Erik Sommers and Chris McKenna look to be set to join director Jon Watts and star Tom Holland for the second Spider-Man movie. Seeing as this year’s film has taken in $737.83M globally off of a $175M budget, it seems like a good idea not to rock the boat.
Too often you see studios mess with winning formulas, but it seems the trend is changing. Warner Brothers is getting Patty Jenkins back for Wonder Woman 2 as well. Too often studios focus on the stars and not what is happening behind the camera, and that needs to change. Good movies start with what is on the page, and Hollywood needs to recognize this more.
Yes… I get worked up about what happens behind the camera as well.
Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 – or whatever the name ends up being – is set for a July 5, 2019 release.