After Peter Parker is debuted by Tom Holland in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War movie, we will see him in a solo Spider-Man movie set for release in 2017. And now we finally have a title…

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During this week’s CinemaCom, Tom Holland took to the stage himself and address fans and media to reveal that the solo Spider-Man movie title will be Spider-Man: Homecoming. Holland also revealed the official logo for the movie which will look like this:

Last year Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced that Jon Watts will be directing the movie and that Marisa Tomei will be portraying the role of Aunt May.

The Spider-Man movie franchise was started 14 years ago in the 2002 movie entitled simply Spider-Man in which Tobey Maguire portrayed the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield debuted his version of Spider-Man in 2012 in The Amazing Spider-Man. Now the movie franchise is worth over $4 billion and with this new movie coming out that number will continue to rise.

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