Back in January, we reported that the upcoming sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming would begin production in late May and that part of the principal photography would take place in either London or Germany. According to the most recent update in Production Weekly, the film has shifted its release date and settled in some locations.
Assuming the info is the most current available, it looks as though production on the film is set to begin in just over two months on Saturday, May 19th, meaning the time frame shifted ahead by 9 days since our original report. These types of shifts aren’t entirely uncommon as they often revolve around when locations and crew become available.
The update also indicates that the Jon Watts-helmed sequel will operate in a few overseas locations in addition to the obvious fact that it will film in New York because it’s a Spider-Man film. We knew the film would have a heavy international flavor and now that’s confirmed as it is expected to film in London, Venice, and Prague. What that means for the film’s plot remains to be seen as at this point it’s being kept under wraps.
The sequel to 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming is set for a July 5, 2019, release.
Source: Production Weekly via Pursue News