Atlanta might let you fly to Wakanda, but if we’re taking a vacation to the MCU, we’re gonna want to have a hero on board with us. Thankfully Peter Parker is heading to Europe for a bit of a breather himself after the events of Avengers: Endgame wore everyone out (from being both 18-hours-long and emotionally exhausting) and he recorded a helpful video reminder.
That’s right, in support of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Spider-Man (though we can’t be sure it’s actor Tom Holland under that mask) appeared in a United flight safety video to show how best to make an air journey — superpowered or otherwise.
Check it out:
At least Jacob Batalon’s Ned and Tony Revolori’s Flash Thompson showed up. The video even has a Stan Lee cameo, as the late Marvel legend has his photo in a frame labeled “Employee of the Month.”
Spidey lassos around and thwips some thugs, though he’s noticeably quipless — a strange departure from the typically blabbermouthed Parker comic and MCU fans know. Even Spider-Man has to bow to corporate tie-ins, it seems. Maybe this will lead to United reversing its policy on Comic-Con comic transportation?
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 2.