The Latest Update About A Potential Fourth "Spider-Man" Movie Starring Tom Holland And Zendaya Is Encouraging

    Don't get your hopes up too high just yet.

    Tom Holland’s web-slinging days may not be over just yet.

    Tom Holland as Spider Man crouched in a fighting stance without his mask

    On Wednesday, producer Amy Pascal, who worked on all three of Holland’s Spider-Man movies, told Variety that a fourth film in the current installment is still on the table.

    Amy Pascal stands on the red carpet for the premiere of Spider-Man Across the Universe

    “Are we going to make another movie? Of course, we are,” she told the publication. Variety reported Pascal was speaking about a fourth film starring Tom and Zendaya.

    Spider-Man running through traffic with Doc Ock behind him

    Pascal gave Variety this much-needed update while at the premiere of the animated film Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. She was a producer on the film, as well as its Oscar-winning predecessor Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

    Spider-Man swinging through the streets in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

    Between the two film series, we might be in a golden era for the spidey-sensed superhero. However, a possible fourth film starring Tom and Zendaya likely wouldn't be released anytime soon.

    Zendaya and Tom Holland as MJ and Spider-Man standing on a ledge

    Pascal told Variety that a fourth film is on hold amid the ongoing writers strike. In general, it seems the film is still very much in early development.

    MJ and Spider-Man leaping off a ledge

    Variety also spoke to Tom Rothman, the CEO of Sony Pictures, which owns the Spider-Man film rights, and his response about the potential for a fourth film was less certain than Pascal’s response.

    Tom Rothman poses for a picture with Hailee Steinfeld

    So take the possibility of a fourth Spider-Man starring Tom and Zendaya with a grain of salt. A lot would need to happen for the film to come to fruition.

    Doc Ock holding Spider-Man in their with one of his mechanical tentacles

    Still, just the possibility of a fourth Spider-Man film is impressive, if only because the two previous film franchises following the masked man never reached a fourth film.

    Dr. Strange pushing Peter Parker out of his own body

    Andrew Garfield’s take on the superhero netted two films: The Amazing Spider-Man in 2012 and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in 2014.

    Prior to him, Tobey Maguire played Spidey in three films: Spider-Man in 2002, Spider-Man 2 in 2004, and Spider-Man 3 in 2007.

    In the meantime, to satisfy your need for more spidey, go see Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. It premieres in theaters on June 2.