Earlier today, we got our very first glimpse at Tom Holland as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man in the second trailer for Captain America: Civil War. The first look at Holland as Spidey comes just days after it was revealed that the standalone Spider-Man film had bagged its third cast member with the announcement from Deadline that actress Zendaya had been cast in the role of Michelle. (A role speculated to be that of Michele Gonzalez.) Now, with production set to begin in summer, more details are beginning to seep out concerning the upcoming reboot.

As many fans are aware, most productions – especially Marvel productions – will use a “secret” production title while on set. And thanks to Production Weekly, we have the production title for the upcoming reboot, and according to them, the working title for the still untitled film is “Summer of George”. Marvel has a history of selecting cute or funny working titles for their productions, and this Seinfeld reference fits right in with names like “Group Hug” (The Avengers) and “Bigfoot” (Ant-Man). What do you think about the working title for the new Spidey film? Does it give us any hints about the movie? Sound off in the comments below to let us know your thoughts.

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

Source: Production Weekly, ComicBook.com.