The latest updates for the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" sequel reveals that the casting rumors about Black Cat have been debunked. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has confirmed this during an interview with Screenrant (via ComicBook) after he heard about the casting rumors for a "femme fatale" [VIDEO] character opposite for Peter Parker.

Previous reports revealed that the character would act as a "Bond girl-type international agent" who is interested in Spider-Man skill set.

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Feige also revealed their plans for the sequel's plot as they intend to put Peter's life more complicated after the events of "Avengers 4."

No Black Cat confirmed

According to Kevin Feige, the rumors about Black Cat's casting in "Spider-Man: Homecoming 2" was nothing more than a misleading minor cast and adamantly stating that they were not true.

The rumored character was described as a young European lady that will lead Peter to danger.

Many comic book fans speculated that it could be Felicia Hardy, but Feige cleared the air on that rumor. Interestingly, Sony Picture Entertainment is also making a "Spidey" spin-off starring Black Cat and Silver Sable. Sony is already working on the "Venom" spin-off and the "Into the Spider-Verse" [VIDEO] animated movie starring Miles Morales.

For now, the production for the "Homecoming" sequel will start in July, and they go to different locations across Europe for the scenes, starting in London. They will also return to New York to shoot the rest of the scenes. The sequel will feature Peter embarking on a world tour meeting new friends and foes in the process.

The Hashtag Show claim that Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Kraven the Hunter, or the Jackal could be Spidey's next opponent in the movie.

Is Spidey being 'normal'?

Feige also revealed small details about Peter's life in the movie after the events of "Avengers 4" seeing as he killed off in "Infinity War" and then brought back to life after beating Thanos with the rest of the Marvel heroes.

"He is one of us," Feige told Screenrant. "He is, quote-unquote, a normal person, lives a normal life, with a normal environment, who, you know, got these powers, and who is exposed to these extraordinary things.

The events of the fourth "Avengers" film will make Peter's life more complicated than before, challenging himself to be better than he was after there battle with Thanos as he now knows the heavy burdens of a hero. The latter will likely get a new suit in the movie as concept art from the Disneyland Resort revealed a modified version of his Stark Tech outfit.