Tom Holland expressed openness to playing Spider-Man again in a potential fourth installment during a recent interview with Collider.

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He emphasized the importance of ensuring that any new storyline does justice to the iconic character.

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Holland acknowledged ongoing discussions about the character's future and expressed a protective stance over Spider-Man's legacy.

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Despite the success of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which became the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie, Holland insisted that any sequel must be worth it for the character.

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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has confirmed the development of another Spider-Man sequel

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Holland reflected on the rarity of a franchise improving with each movie, citing the challenge of maintaining quality in sequels.

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The actor participated in Spider-Man development meetings before the Writers Guild strike, where initial discussions focused on finding a compelling reason for a fourth installment.

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Holland expressed some apprehension about the stigma associated with fourth movies in franchises, noting the desire to walk away with pride and pass the baton to the next actor.

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Despite reservations, Holland reiterated his love for the character and the people he works with, expressing a willingness to return if the right story can be crafted.

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The actor acknowledged Spider-Man's significant role in his career and stressed the importance of only returning if the project

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