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Tom Holland reveals that, should he reprise his role as Spider-Man for a fourth film after No Way Home, it would have to be very different from the Homecoming trilogy. No Way Home is set to conclude Holland’s Spider-Man trilogy when it releases later this year. The film, which is one of the MCU’s most hotly anticipated upcoming releases, examines the aftermath of Far From Home and the implications of Peter Parker’s newfound fame now that his identity as Spider-Man has been shared with the world.
The trailer for No Way Home, which surpassed Avengers: Endgame‘s previous record for most views within a 24-hour period, shows that the conclusion to the trilogy isn’t pulling any punches. After Doctor Strange casts a spell to help Peter regain his anonymity and bring back a sense of normality to his life, a series of threats emerge that threaten the safety of the entire world, including villains from past Spider-Man films, including Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, and Electro. For months it has also been rumored that former Spider-Men Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will also appear in the film in some capacity.
Although it seems that No Way Home will act as a conclusion for Tom Holland’s standalone Spider-Man movies, the actor hasn’t totally ruled out appearing in a fourth installment. In a new interview with EW, Holland explains that, should a fourth film ever move forward, it would have to be notably different from what they’ve done with the Homecoming trilogy. The film would have to explore new territory and be tonally different from the films they’ve done before, says Holland. Read Holland’s full comment below:
“I think if we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you’d be seeing a very different version. It would no longer be the Homecoming trilogy. We would give it some time and try to build something different and tonally change the films. Whether that happens or not, I don’t know. But we were definitely treating [No Way Home] like it was coming to an end, and it felt like it.”
It seems like No Way Home will conclusively act as a final installment to the Homecoming era of Spider-Man, but the prospect of a fourth film isn’t outside the realm of possibility. Although many standalone MCU films stop on or before the third installment, there are occasional exceptions. Thor: Love and Thunder, for example, the fourth installment in the standalone Thor films, is due out next year. Even Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy had a planned fourth installment at one point.
If Holland does indeed ever return for a fourth Spider-Man film, it would be interesting to see a new angle. Holland noting that they would “give it some time” suggests that, not only would a fourth film need to take some time to put together in the real world, but it could focus on a more grown-up version of Peter Parker. Perhaps Peter is attending university or in the midst of adulthood working at the Daily Bugle as a photographer. While the Homecoming films have been very light and comedic in tone, it would be interesting to see a more mature, or maybe even slightly darker take on Spider-Man. For now, though, it does seem like No Way Home is the last we’ll be seeing of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man for quite some time. Spider-Man: No Way Home is scheduled to release later this year on December 17th.
After studying years of old Hubble space observations, a scientist just discovered all-new signs of water vapor lingering on Europa. When it comes to our Solar System, there are certain destinations that tend to take up the spotlight. Mars is the focal point for many people right now, there’s a reemerging interest in the Moon, and everything else tends to take a backseat in mainstream conversations. One location that’s quickly rising in interest, however, is Europa.
Europa is one of four Galilean moons orbiting Jupiter. It’s the sixth-largest known moon in the Solar System, has a surface covered in ice, and is widely believed to have vast liquid oceans beneath its harsh exterior. Many people in the space and science communities believe that alien life is living in that ocean deep beneath Europa’s surface. Europa may not receive the same attention as its Mars and Moon cousins, but it has countless secrets just waiting to be uncovered.
This latest discovery comes from the hard work of Lorenz Roth — a member of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Space and Plasma Physics in Sweden. After analyzing observations Hubble made of Europa between 1999 and 2015, it was revealed that there’s a constant stream of water vapor in one particular hemisphere of the moon. Hubble previously found water vapor on Europa in 2013 when it captured plumes coming up through the ice (similar to geysers on Earth). However, this latest finding suggests water vapor is much more prevalent than anyone realized.
The observations that led to this discovery included numerous images and spectra Hubble captured over that 16-year period. Specifically, Roth looked at ultraviolet readings Hubble took of Europa in 1999, 2012, 2014, and 2015 — choosing these years to look at Europa while it was in different orbital positions. This is the same technique NASA used to find water vapor on the Jupiter moon Ganymede back in July. According to Roth, “The observation of water vapor on Ganymede, and on the trailing side of Europa, advances our understanding of the atmospheres of icy moons. However, the detection of a stable water abundance on Europa is a bit more surprising than on Ganymede because Europa’s surface temperatures are lower than Ganymede’s.” Even though Europa is about 60°F cooler than Ganymede, these findings confirm that water vapor is forming on Europa in the exact same way.
As mentioned above, the water vapor was discovered in just one hemisphere of Europa — specifically, its ‘trailing hemisphere.’ As NASA explains, this is the part of Europa that “is always opposite its direction of motion along its orbit.” Europa’s second ‘leading’ hemisphere is the one that moves in the direction of its orbit. NASA doesn’t fully understand the reason for this split in motion. For whatever reason, the trailing hemisphere is home to an abundant amount of vapor that the leading one lacks.
Even with the oddities surrounding this discovery, this is still a huge win all around. Scientists and astronomers now have a clearer understanding of Europa’s atmosphere and the water vapor that’s present there. This information will also prove extremely valuable for future Europa missions. The European Space Agency plans to explore Europa as part of its Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer mission, as does NASA with the Europa Clipper mission in 2024. There’s a lot that remains unknown about Europa, but so long as we keep moving in this direction, many of its biggest questions will soon be revealed.
Tania Maduro will be joining 90 Day: The Single Life season 2 as a cast member with 90 Day Fiancé husband Syngin Colchester after their split. South African man Syngin first ignited rumors of a messy married life with his cryptic Instagram posts. Soon enough, Syngin was spotted with a new woman from Arizona whom fans thought was his girlfriend. While the 90 Day Fiancé season 7 couple kept TLC viewers confused about their relationship status, Syngin was announced as a cast member for The Single Life. And as it turns out, the discovery+ show will also have Tania joining the likes of Big Ed Brown, Jesse Meester and Natalie Mordovtseva.
Interestingly, Tania was never meant to meet Syngin in South Africa as she had traveled there for a date with a different man. But Tania ended up rejecting her man and walked into a bar, where Syngin worked as a bartender and thus began their 90 Day Fiancé relationship. The road to the altar wasn’t an easy one for Syngin with Tania away in Puerto Rico for a month out of his K-1 visa’s 90 days. And later came a time when Tania confessed that her husband wasn’t her soulmate as Syngin felt that he did not belong in the United States. Still, no one expected that Tania and Syngin’s next spin-off after 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After? season 5 would be 90 Day: The Single Life.
Recently, Tania shared an Instagram post saying, “I am single, [Syngin] is single – we’re all single!!” But neither Tania nor Syngin shared the reason behind their breakup. A curious TLC fan reached out to Tania while she was attempting to make zucchini noodles on Instagram and asked her why she and Syngin had split. Blogger @90daythemelanatedway posted a recording of Tania’s Instagram Live, where she revealed that she is also a cast member of the 90 Day Fiancé spin-off. “Well, November 12 on Discovery+, you will get the inside scoop on that,” said Tania.
“Even though they haven’t mentioned me at all being on it, but I’m on it,” the Connecticut resident confirmed. According to Tania, fans will get to see the reasons behind her separation from Syngin. “I don’t know when it will be on TLC, but it will be on TLC, so make sure you watch out for it,” Tania told her followers. Meanwhile, Syngin’s official bio for 90 Day: The Single Life on Us Weekly notes that after two years of a rocky marriage, he and Tania have agreed to divorce. For this to happen, Syngin will first have to move out of the shed. And that’s when Syngin decides to go across the country and start again.
If one watches closely, Tania is featured in the trailer for 90 Day: The Single Life with Syngin. The video started off with Syngin confessing that she’s open to meeting a gothic girl or a nun, “if nuns even date.” It later showed an angry Syngin asking Tania to stop blaming him for things. “Like I’m not here to make you happy anymore,” he told Tania, who then stormed off as Syngin muttered the classic 90 Day Fiancé line, “I’m done.” Even though Tania and Syngin seem to have stayed friends after their split, the fights that occurred on HEA season 6 had seemingly not ended when they came back to Connecticut. Yet, Syngin is perhaps the only cast member on the show that fans are not calling a villain, so his and Tania’s journey might be the one that keeps them entertained.
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