The events of Spider-Man: No Way Home changed a lot for Peter Parker. Not only has everyone forgotten who he is, but he’s also now further away from the Avengers than ever before. Once looking up to his heroes, the young man is faced with a very different world. Many still questioned if that meant that we can expect a more grounded storyline for the character moving forward. For those wondering, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige fully confirmed it.
Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man swung out of his new small apartment to tackle whatever threats he can in a new suit. According to Feige in an interview with MTV News’ Josh Horowitz, he’s now truly a street-level hero on the same level as Daredevil. It’s a big revelation that may answer some people’s concerns about his stories taking a more focused role moving forward.
We’ve got the supernatural angles, we’ve got the street-level with our announcement of Daredevil, and of course, Spidey going into the street-level heroes.Kevin Feige
Feige did confirm that they are working on a fourth entry, and as director Jon Watts has kind of moved on, who knows which director might take over to give his unique spin on the character. With a more grounded approach, they could also connect him to the also mentioned Daredevil and have him face off against mobs while struggling to pay rent. In a way, the next entry will be a return to form from the character that we’ve known from the earliest entries in cinema, and who knows what else might be heading his way.