So, it looks like Sony Studios is fishing around for a proper Spider-Man reboot title, as they continue to register more URL domain names for this upcoming solo adventure in collaboration with Marvel Studios and Disney. Yesterday, it was revealed that Spider-Man: Homecoming was the potential title for this resurrection of the iconic web-slinging superhero. But that's not the only title the studios have in mind. If you have a favorite, sound off on all your social media platforms. Because it looks like Sony and Marvel are looking for some feedback from fans.

None of the four registered website domains have been officially announced for the Spider-Man movie coming in 2017. And it's rare that a domain registration ever gives away the actual title of a movie. Though, it did happen with Sony's last James Bond adventure Skyfall. All of these registrations are official and link back to the Sony website. And they certainly give fans something to think about while we await the movie, which is still more than a year away from release.

The three other registered domain names that arrive alongside Spider-Man: Homecoming include Spider-Man: Coming of Age, Spider-Man: Greatness Awaits and Spider-Man: Suspended. All of the titles hint at the high school setting of Spider-Man. But Spider-Man: Homecoming is actually a Marvel comic book story arc that featured cameos from Captain America and Iron Man. It has already been confirmed that this solo movie will bring in at least one key Marvel Studios character. The title also nicely references the fact that Spider-Man is finally coming back to his true home at Marvel.

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Tom Holland is set to be introduced as Peter Parker in this summer's Captain America: Civil War. And we've already gotten our first look at the character thanks to a trailer that debuted earlier this year. As we saw in the trailer, Peter Parker is on Team Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War. In the original comic book storyline upon which this sequel is based, Spidey eventually bails on Tony Stark and sides up with Steve Rogers. We have no idea if this is how things will play out in the actual movie, or what it means for the Spider-Man reboot, which hits screens in 2017.

Jon Watts, best known for his indie thriller Cop Car, is directing Spider-Man: Whatever It'll Be Called later this year. Along with Tom Holland, the movie also stars Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and singer Zendaya Coleman as the female lead. So, what do you think? Do you like any of these four titles? Or do you think Marvel and Sony can do better?

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