Update: At today’s CinemaCon panel, Sony flew Tom Holland to the panel straight from the LA premiere of Captain America: Civil War to share some new details on his solo movie. They have confirmed that Spider-Man: Homecoming is the official title and revealed the logo as well.

You can read the original report below.

As we near closer to the summer when the 2017 Spider-Man reboot is set to kick-off production, we have started to get more details about the upcoming movie which will star Tom Holland in the titular role. We know that Marisa Tomei will be playing Aunt May, and just recently, it was revealed that Zendaya will be portraying a character named “Michelle,” however, while we’ve started to hear news regarding the cast, there is very little that we know about the story that Sony & Marvel intend to tell in this reboot.

The Independent is reporting that it is possible that this upcoming film will be titled Spider-Man Homecoming, based on the fact that Sony has registered the domain name SpiderManHomecomingTheMovie.com. If you follow the link now, it takes you to the Sony Pictures website.

It should be noted, however, that there is also an upcoming Spider-Man animated movie in the works, and it’s possible this website is created for that movie. But if the live-action movie is based on the Homecoming story from the comics, it is good news for potential MCU crossovers, as that story included many of the Avengers, including Iron Man and Captain America. Odds are good that we will see Robert Downy Jr., who has been rumored to be a part of the film for some time now, and even possibly Chris Evans, in a Spider-Man Homecoming flick.

Surely we will know more as the movie goes into production this summer in Atlanta. What do you think about the possible title? Sound off in the comments below!

The untitled Spider-Man reboot is set to hit theaters on July 7th, 2017.

Source: BBC.