The latest updates and spoilers for the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" sequel reveals the film will have multiple locations across the globe. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige told io9 that the second Spider-Man movie will be shot in different parts of the world as Peter Parker will embark on a journey overseas.

The events of the film will take place after "Avenger 4" and it will be the first movie to be shown in the studio's phase 4 projects alongside "Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3" and "Black Panther 2." There are also rumors that Peter will have a new suit in the movie as a concept art for Disneyland Resort revealed what Peter's new suit will look like.

Spidey on a world tour

According to Kevin Feige, the production crew of the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" sequel will begin shooting in July and they will head first to London. Of course, there will be shots in New York, but the studio plans to expand Peter's reach beyond New York and make a world tour out of it.

This is because of “The way Civil War and the fact that he went to Leipzig Airport and then has to go back to school, informed Homecoming, the two Avengers films that precede [the sequel] will greatly inform, probably even more so, the next movie.”

This will also support the details about Gwen Stacy [VIDEO] being a European student as two audition tapes for the role were leaked online. Gwen Stacy will likely be Peter's love interest in the sequel, and she was previously portrayed by Bryce Dallas Howard in Sam Raimi's "Spider-Man 3" and Emma Stone in "The Amazing Spider-Man" films.

The Hashtag Show also teased that Spidey's possible main villain [VIDEO] in the movie and it could be Green Goblin, Kraven the Hunter, Doctor Octopus, or the Jackal. The first film already introduced audiences to Vulture, Shocker, and Scorpion, leading to the possibility that the Sinister Six will be formed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

New suit leaked?

The new design for Spider-Man's suit was first hinted at in the Disneyland Resort's concept art. The design is similar to his original costume, but with a bigger spider emblem. The black outlines are more spaced out and appear to be regulated by the black bands on his wrist, which appears to be his new web-shooters.

The classic red and blue scheme is still present, but a soft hue on the blue lines are expanded on the dark blue portions of the suit. While Marvel Studios is yet to confirm if this is the next suit for the "Homecoming" sequel, future updates will be announced soon once production has started.