Spider-Man: Far From Home - Peter Parker & Mysterio
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Latest Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer hints at a wider Multiverse

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May 6, 2019

Tom Holland's Peter Parker is still having a major working vacation in the second trailer for Sony and Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: Far From Home, where even a trip overseas can't slow down the Spidey business of stopping bad guys.

Directed by the returning Jon Watts, the Homecoming sequel finds Peter traveling to Europe with some school friends only for his well-deserved break (he needs it, especially after what Thanos did to him) to be interrupted by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), and Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal).

You can watch the new trailer now, but be warned: Serious Endgame spoilers await you below. Even Tom Holland, the master of spoiling stuff, precedes the trailer with a message that you shouldn't watch until you've seen the new Avengers. We'll also be discussing Endgame spoilers below the trailer, so don't say we didn't try to stop you.

According to Fury, the Snap (whether Thanos', Hulk's, or Tony's doing, he doesn't specify), ripped a hole in reality, allowing Gyllenhaal's Quentin Beck to enter their world from another Earth. In addition, the trailer implies that the elemental villains like Hydro-Man and Molten Man are from other parallel dimensions as well.

Peter's excitement over a Multiverse is well placed, particularly after the insane box-office, critical, and awards-season success of last year's Into the Spider-Verse. This could really open up some new and interesting doors as we segue into Phase 4 of the MCU. On the other hand, Mysterio is a master of illusion and deceit, so there is a chance that he could be making the whole thing up.

On a more personal level, Peter continues to grapple with the death of his mentor and friend Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) following the events of Endgame. Under the guidance of Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau), however, he's poised to be "the next Iron Man"—or at least a hero in that same vein.

The movie also got three new snazzy international posters that place the wall-crawler in Venice, Berlin, and London. Check all three out below!

Spider-Man: Far From Home Venice poster

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Spider-Man: Far From Home Berlin poster

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Spider-Man: Far From Home London poster

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Jacob Batalon (Ned), Zendaya (MJ), Marisa Tomei (Aunt May), and Tony Revilori (Flash Thompson) are all returning for the sequel. In particular, MJ is now Parker's love interest, and thanks to her shrewd sense of observation it looks like she ends up deducing Peter's secret identity right off the bat.

Spider-Man: Far From Home webs into theaters everywhere July 2.


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