Marvel boss Kevin Feige has confirmed work is underway to make a fourth Spider-Man film.
Following from the success of No Way Home, it's no surprise that the Marvel Cinematic Universe wants to spin another web of thrills and spills.
It's unclear which Phase of the MCU we can expect our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man to swing in.
Feige wasn't at liberty to talk about the project too much, but he did give a little bit away.
"All I will say is that we have the story," he said during a wide-ranging interview with Entertainment Weekly.
"We have big ideas for that, and our writers are just putting pen to paper now."
It's an interesting turn of events considering Tom Holland, who played Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the last three standalone films as well as in the broader MCU, said No Way Home was going to be the end of the trilogy.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly back in 2021, Holland said audiences should be prepared for closure.
“We were all treating [No Way Home] as the end of a franchise, let’s say,” Holland said.
“I think if we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you’d be seeing a very different version.
"It would no longer be the Homecoming trilogy.
"We would give it some time and try to build something different and tonally change the films.
"Whether that happens or not, I don’t know.
"But we were definitely treating [No Way Home] like it was coming to an end, and it felt like it.”
The end of No Way Home left Peter Parker in an odd and strange place.
He asked Dr Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to perform a spell that would make everyone forget he ever existed and his beloved MJ and Ned had no clue who he was when he sees them.
We also have Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man characters in the film to deal with.
So there would be quite a lot to unpack for a fourth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to say the least.
Maguire hasn't ruled out returning for another go at being the legendary webslinger.
He told Marvel: “I love these films and I love all of the different series.
“If these guys called me and said, ‘Would you show up tonight to hang out and goof around?’ or ‘Would you show up to do this movie or read a scene or do a Spider-Man thing?’ it would be a ‘yes!’
"Because why wouldn’t I want to do that?”