The latest "Spider-Man" reboot is getting a full title. Sony and Marvel, which are teaming up for the release, announced the title at CinemaCon in Las Vegas through the movie's star -- Tom Holland.
The title is "Spider-Man: Homecoming." Holland made the announcement on stage at the trade show.
Holland is the third actor to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man on the big screen since 2002's "Spider-Man" starring Tobey Maguire, who appeared in three films. Andrew Garfield took over the role in a reboot and appeared in two films.
Micheal Keaton is in talks to play a villain in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," according to reports.
Holland appears as Spider-Man in the upcoming "Captain America: Civil War."
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" comes out July 7, 2017.