Upcoming ‘Spider-Man’ Sequel Currently Using Hilarious ‘Seinfeld’ Reference As Working Title

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When movies are in production, they often use working titles as a way to throw off nosy fans while they work out the film’s actual name. This is no different for Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man’ franchise, whose current working title is a hilarious reference to the classic sitcom ‘Seinfeld.’

The current working title for the upcoming ‘Spider-Man’ sequel is ‘Serenity Now,’ a reference from the final season of ‘Seinfeld.’ This isn’t the first time the franchise has used references from the classic sitcom as their working title. ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ went by ‘Summer of George,’ and ‘Far From Home’ was titled ‘Fall of George.’

Some fans are trying to figure out if the title could be a hint to the film’s plot. The title refers to a joke from ‘Seinfeld’ where George’s dad uses “serenity now” as a calming mantra. While the plot is still unknown, for now fans are just happy the film is no longer being referred to as ‘Spider-Man 3.’