If you haven’t seen Avengers: Endgame – a) why and b) please do not read this article or watch the trailer attached to it, because it contains major spoilers for the latest Marvel blockbuster.
Final Warning: Endgame Spoilers Ahead
Marvel has given us a little less than two weeks between the release of Avengers: Endgame and this trailer, but as the movie has grossed over $2 billion worldwide, the studio can be sure that most of the hardcore fans will have seen it. The spoiler-ban on social media officially lifts today as well, which coincides with the release of the new trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).
This movie will take place directly after the events of Endgame and as a result we see Peter Parker dealing with the loss of his mentor, Tony Stark. The trailer shows some strong emotions from him and other characters about said loss and it appears this will definitely not be the light-hearted Spider-Man story we are used to. There is, however, hope for some of the humor and wit that we have come to love from our friendly-neighborhood teenager with Spidey-senses, especially in his interactions with MJ and Ned, played by Zendaya and Jacob Batalon respectively. We will also see Peter Parker get more involved with “official Avengers business” as he deals with an invasion of beings from different universes, a peril made possible by “the snap” in Infinity War.
This trailer gives us a look at Jake Gyllenhaal playing the character Mysterio. In the footage we get the impression he will be working with Spider-Man, but time will tell if they are really going to be on the same side. The character definitely looks promising and like it will be a great addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Tickets for Spider-Man: Far From Home go on sale today, so make sure to get yours soon! You can check out the trailer here:
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