Marvel replacing Tom Holland for new Spider-Man adventure

It's been confirmed that Marvel won't be bringing back Tom Holland for Spider-Man's next adventure.

Following the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Holland's version of Peter Parker finally became his own hero, becoming fully self-sufficient and a bit closer to his comic counterpart.

A fourth Spider-Man film is planned, potentially adapting the fan-favourite Symbiote Spider-Man story, though its release window and cast is unknown at the time of writing.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe's next adventure for the webhead is sooner than we think though, as an animated show, Spider-Man: Freshman Year, is set to release next year on Disney+.

It's been confirmed Tom Holland won't be returning to lend his voice to Peter Parker, instead, the character will be played by Hudson Thames. 

Fans may recognise that name, as he's actually played the web-slinger before in Holland's absence. 

The reason Tom Holland won't be reprising his role is unknown, but it's likely nothing serious as big-name actors often don't return for animated reprisals. As far as we're aware, Tom Holland is still the MCU's Spidey. 

A prime example is the upcoming TV show Daredevil: Born Again, a soft reboot of the beloved Netflix series. It was recently confirmed that Marvel has scrapped the show's writers,  

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