Kevin Feige Confirms SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Will Be A Global Movie Set Primarily Outside Of NYC

Kevin Feige Confirms SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Will Be A Global Movie Set Primarily Outside Of NYC

Kevin Feige Confirms SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Will Be A Global Movie Set Primarily Outside Of NYC

We've been hearing rumours that Spider-Man will swing to some new locations in his upcoming sequel but Marvel boss Kevin Feige has now confirmed that it's going to be a globe-trotting affair for the hero.

Spider-Man: Homecoming was set primarily in Queens and that meant we didn't get to see a whole lot of the wall-crawler swinging past New York City's most recognisable skyscrapers. Well, in what appears to be a bid to keep things fresh for the character, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has confirmed that the sequel - which will be the first Phase 4 movie - is going to be set outside the Big Apple.

"We start filming early July," he says. "We film in London. We shot first film in Atlanta. And we shoot a lot of films in London but there’s another reason we’re shooting in London which is, yes, Spidey, of course, will spend some time in New York, but he’ll spend some time in other parts of the globe."

At least some of the action is going to be set in New York then but it's hard not to wonder which villain could end up taking centre stage and being responsible for dragging Spider-Man all over the world! 

Unfortunately, Feige wouldn't elaborate on what leads Spidey to travel overseas but it's bound to have something to do with the events of Avengers 4 in 2019. "The way Civil War and the fact that he went to Leipzig Airport and then has to go back to school, informed Homecoming, the two Avengers films that precede [the sequel] will greatly inform, probably even more so, the next movie," Feige adds.
 
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