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The Cast Of Spider-Man 3 Teased Different Movie Titles & People Have Theories

Marvel fans are eager to get more details about the upcoming Spider-Man sequel, and the lead cast of the film just gave them something to think about.

On Tuesday night, Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon each took to Instagram to "announce" completely different titles of the movie, and now fans have theories about what it could mean.

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The three titles all used different words and color schemes, but one thing they had in common is that they all featured the word "home," much like the first two MCU Spider-Man movies.

Zendaya can even be seen commenting "What the hell" on Holland's Insta post.

Some believe the different color schemes hint that Spider-Man's arch-nemesis, the Green Goblin, could be making an appearance in the film.

The teased titles also came with a couple of pictures from the set, and some are speculated they reveal more about the film's possible setting and even the return of another fan-favorite character. 

Hopeful fans of previous Spider-Man movies featuring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are also hoping the three titles could be teasing a web-slinging comeback for both actors, despite Tom Holland formerly saying they will not be in the movie. 

Marvel has not yet announced what the three separate titles mean, nor have they said when the official title, if different, would be announced.

Spider-Man 3 has a scheduled release date for December 17, 2021. 

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