(SEATTLE) -- The title of the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming will be called Spider-Man: Far From Home, according to Spidey's real-life alter-ego, Tom Holland.
The star posted to Instagram that he had been attending a comic con in Seattle, and during that video message, he "accidentally" revealed the title, thanks to a logo on the cover screen of an iPad he displayed for fans.
The title refers to the fact that Holland's Web-Head won't be spending all his time as a friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man -- he'll be branching out from his native Queens, New York.
"He'll spend some time in other parts of the globe," Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige tells the website i09.
The sequel, another collaboration between Disney-owned Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, is set for a July 2019 release.
It's not clear where in the timeline the Spidey sequel will be set, but the second installment of Avengers: Infinity War will be out May 3, 2019. Following the events of Infinity War earlier this year, presumably, that sequel will reveal the ultimate fate of Spider-Man and countless others.
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