Sony and Marvel have revealed the title of the Spider-Man reboot as well as the logo at CinemaCon with Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Tom Holland appeared on stage in Las Vegas.
“I’m Tom Holland and I’m your new Spider-Man," Holland said, who promised the new Spider-Man: Homecoming film would find the Spidey and his alter ego Peter Parker searching for his identity.
“I hope it takes about three movies,” added Sony Pictures chief Tom Rothman, which hints at a new trilogy.
Rothman offered Spider-Man: Homecoming will focus on Peter Parker's struggle to balance his high school life with his vigilantism: “...saving the world and getting your algebra homework done at the same time.”
The Spider-man: Homecoming announcement was capped off with a scene from Captain America: Civil War featuring Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr.
Update: A scene from the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie was shown featuring Peter Paker entering his home where Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) is with Tony Stark, who tells Peter the special grant he applied for has been accepted, which is news to the young Parker. Another scene was then shown from Civil War featuring Spidey making his cameo.
The Spider-Man: Homecoming title was previously speculated due to Sony registering the web domain, and the title is a reference to Amazing Spider-Man #252 (as well as Spidey returning to Marvel Studios) featuring member of the Avengers. Interestingly enough, the issue also featured the black-costumed Spider-Man, which the logo above seemingly features as well (which may be just a nod to the comics).
Tom Holland also spoke about Spider-Man and Captain America: Civil War at the Red Carpet World Premiere for Civil War prior to being flown out for CinemaCon.
Spider-Man: Homecoming has a July 7, 2017 release directed by Jon Watts also starring Zendaya as Michelle.
Watch: Tom Holland talks Spider-Man at CinemanCon (images can be found here w/Chris Pratt):