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    After Trolling All Of Us, Tom Holland, Zendaya, And Jacob Batalon Finally Revealed The Real "Spider-Man 3" Title

    "I don't spoil things." —Tom Holland

    Listen up everyone, 2021 is proving to be the year of Marvel because we are getting so many new projects, and I am vibrating at a hyper-nerdy frequency because of it.

    Wanda in "WandaVision" saying, "I'm fine. I'm fine"
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    After trolling all of us with fake titles on their Instagrams, Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon just revealed the REAL title for Spider-Man 3.

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    Spider-Man 3 will officially be called Spider-Man: No Way Home, which continues to play with the "home" message from the first two films.

    The "Spider-Man: No Way Home" logo
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    The announcement was made on the Spider-Man movie's official Twitter, and it featured this hilarious video starring Tom, Zendaya, and Jacob.

    This, we can confirm. #SpiderManNoWayHome only in movie theaters this Christmas.

    @SpiderManMovie / Via Twitter: @SpiderManMovie

    The trio joked about director Jon Watts continuously giving Tom fake titles for the movie because he always spoils things.

    Tom saying, "I just don't understand why he keeps doing this?" and Jacob explaining it's because Tom always spoils things
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    Also, I love that Tom is wearing this shirt from Spider-Man: Homecoming

    And Zendaya hilariously points out that Tom spoiled the last movie's title, Spider-Man: Far From Home.

    Tom saying, "Name me one thing that I've actually spoiled" and Zendaya saying, "The last movie title"
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    The title teaser ends with a close-up of a white board where the Spider-Man team clearly went through several name changes before settling on Spider-Man: No Way Home, and I absolutely just love it.

    A whiteboard with doodles and names and in the center it says, "Spider-Man: No Way Home"
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    You can see that Aunt May clearly said "No" on Spider-Man: Homeschooled.

    "Homeschooled" being crossed out on the whiteboard and it saying, "Aunt May says no"
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    Someone also wrote down "Wanna Go Home" before someone pointed out "We're already there," and I'm low-key emotional over this exchange.

    A close-up of the whiteboard reading "Wanna Go Home" and someone drawing an arrow and writing, "We're already there"
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    In my mind, Tom suggested Far From Home before Zendaya and Jacob pointed out that it was already used.

    "Far From Home" being crossed out and someone writing, "We did this already"
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    The teaser also revealed that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released in theaters Christmas 2021.

    The Spider-Man: No Way Home title card saying "Only in movie theaters this Christmas"
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    I am so excited to see this movie, especially because I'm running with the theory that the events of WandaVision are going to directly impact this movie.

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    And even though Tom recently shut down the rumors that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are appearing, I won't believe it until it doesn't happen.

    Tom Holland as Peter Parker in "Spider-Man: Far From Home"
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    Basically, if you need me, I'll be freaking out about Marvel and Spider-Man: No Way Home for the foreseeable future.

    Spider-Man lying down
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    ^Live look at me lying down because there is too much happening.