It was only yesterday that we got the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, but Sony has already set a release date for the sequel. According to Deadline, it will open on July 5th, 2019, three years after the release of the first instalment. Of course, we’ll get to see the wall-crawler in Avengers: Infinity War before then which makes the wait a little easier!

The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel now looks set to dominate Independence Day weekend as Sony has moved the fourth Bad Boys movie from July 3rd to May 24th the same year. That will now square off with the Minecraft adaptation, while Spidey’s only competition as of right now is untitled animated movie from Universal Illumination. Bad Boys for Life is still scheduled to reach the big screen on January 12th, 2018, so there’s no changes there.

Marvel Studios will presumably still be involved with the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, though they may need to reconfigure their deal with Sony as it’s thought that the initial agreement only covered Captain America: Civil War, next year’s reboot, and Infinity War.

Either way, Sony is clearly confident in its chances of succeeding next July to have given the sequel a release date, and they’ve no doubt been buoyed by the response to the trailer!