Yesterday, we reported on BBC's report of the potential Spider-Man film title, SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING. This was based on a domain that Sony had apparently purchased.
Given that Sony and Marvel really want to take advantage of the character's high school stories, it's a name that's fitting, albeit a bit on the underwhelming side. But, of course, online, stories are relatively straightforward, and if a new report is to be believed, then we may be in for a dollop of confusion.
According to aintitcool, they have received an email from BBC in regards to a few more domains that Sony has reportedly picked up, which only muddles the waters for potential film names.
I'm going to have to call BS on this one. First of all, there's no proof that these domains have actually been picked up by the BBC, but let's assume for the moment that that report is true. SPIDER-MAN: COMING OF AGE is a title so on the nose, it hurts, SPIDER-MAN: GREATNESS AWAITS seems all too vague, and SPIDER-MAN: SUSPENDED just sounds like a fake title we'd make up as kids for fun.
Again, assuming this report is true, I'd say these are titles meant to distract from the real title of the film -- a way to keep it secret from fans until they're ready to reveal the name. For all we know, the SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING name could also be a distraction.
What do you think of these potential Spider-Man film names? Do you buy any of it? Let us know in the comments down below!
The currently-untitled Spider-Man film hits U.S. theaters on July 7, 2017.
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