After two tellings of the character's origin, Marvel's Spider-Man film will move forward with the story of Peter Parker and his crime-fighting alter ego.
The studio's president Kevin Feige told CraveOnline that Marvel is going to assume viewers already know the "specifics" of the Marvel legend's back story.
Feige said: "In Spider-Man's very specific case, where there have been two retellings of that origin in the last whatever it's been -  years - for us, we are going to take it for granted that people know that, and the specifics.
"It will not be an origin story, but with great power comes great responsibility. It is inherent to who his character is.
"But we want to reveal it in different ways and spend much more time focusing on this young high school kid in the MCU dealing with his powers."
Sam Raimi directed Spider-Man (2002), with Tobey Maguire starring. The reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, was released in 2012, and this time Andrew Garfield swung his way around New York.
Feige also hinted at a slight makeover for the new web-slinger. "We've already designed the costume, which is different than any of the ones that have come before. And yet ours is classic Spidey, as I think you'll see."
The new Spider-Man is expected to make his debut in Captain America: Civil War, due in April 2016, while the superhero's next solo outing is expected to surface in July 2017.