Unconfirmed, grain-of-salt updates to a previous story about the potential filming of the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel in Prague and other European locations this summer.
Sources involved with the production have hinted that the untitled Spider-Man sequel will primarily be shooting in London over the summer, with production dates spanning from June to October.
However, at least some location work will also be done in Prague and Venice, and both cities will be featured in the storyline for the film.
Presumably, they will be stops for Tom Holland’s Peter Parker during a European vacation along with classmates including best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon) and Zendaya as potential love interest MJ.
While location work will be done in Prague at some point during the summer, indoor scenes set in the Czech capital will most likely be shot in London.
Currently, UK casting agencies are seeking Czech natives living in London to appear in the film as extras. If you know any Czechs in London who might be interested, give them a shout.
In the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, Tom Holland will return as the teenage superhero Peter Parker alongside Marisa Tomei as his Aunt May. Jon Watts returns as director.
Last week, Variety confirmed that Michael Keaton would be reprising his role as Adrian Toomes, the villainous Vulture in the last movie, while dropping some major hints about Homecoming 2’s antagonist.
According to Variety, Jake Gyllenhaal is in talks play the film’s villain, special effects expert Mysterio. It would mark the Oscar-nominated actor’s comic book movie debut.
The production is also still looking to cast two unidentified lead roles. Daredevil, Spider-Woman, Doctor Octopus, and even the Green Goblin have all been rumored to have potential roles in the film.
The Spider-Man sequel is slated for release on July 5, 2019. It will be the first Marvel movie to be released after Avengers: Infinity War Part 2, and is rumored to take place immediately following the events of Infinity War sequel in the MCU timeline.