Everyone involved with Spider-Man: Homecoming has been talking about how important it is for this reboot to focus on Peter Parker’s high school years, but based on how previous instalments handled that side of things, some fans have wondered of the sequel might jump straight out of that and into the character’s college years. After all, the Marvel Cinematic Universe does seem to move in real time, so it could be hard to keep the wall-crawler young!

Well, talking to Collider at Comic-Con this past weekend, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige elaborated on their plans for Spider-Man, and it definitely sounds like they’ll be taking the slow burn approach when it comes to exploring the young hero’s time in high school.

“Should we be able to make more after that? Sure,” he said in regards to Spider-Man: Homecoming sequels. “This is sophomore year, is the next one junior year? Is the next one senior year? Is there a summer break between each of those? I don’t know what, but it was sort of how do we do a journey for Peter not dissimilar for what the students of Hogwarts would go through each of their years, which was one of the ideas we had for the movies.”

That honestly sounds like a pretty much perfect approach, though it obviously remains to be seen whether or not it’s one Marvel will take. Either way, it’s clear that there’s no rush to get past Spider-Mans early years in these movies, so we’re in it for the long haul with him.