Tom Holland and Mark Ruffalo, more famously known as Spider-Man and The Hulk, are the worst when it comes to spoilers. They are the sole reason that Marvel Studios uses fake scripts, partial scripts, and faux scenes. For some reason, the two actors have a hard time keeping their mouths shut when it comes to revealing plot points. While attending Seattle’s Ace Comic Con, Holland did what he does best, and dropped the title for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel.

While I'm sure that this reveal was not a real accident, it plays into Holland's penchant for letting things slip. Maybe Marvel is allowing him to play the "friendly neighboorhood spoiler" as long as he keeps things within certain boundaries. In a short clip posted to social media, Holland apologizes to fans that there hasn't been any groundbreaking news for the upcoming sequel. He also reveals that he is confused at how a sequel would work, since (spoiler alert) Spider-Man dies in Avengers: Infinity War. Once he gets that off his chest, Holland raises an iPad while he admits that he has got his hands on the new script. 

Pictured on the iPad is the Spider-Man logo with the title of the new film underneath it, Far From Home. Marvel Studio head Kevin Feige has already confirmed that the film will take place overseas, so it all makes sense. Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5, 2019.