Avenger’s fans had just recovered from the emotionally heavy trailer of Avengers: Endgame and the much-awaited Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer released. The trailer looks quite high on energy and has the usual Spider-Man humour.
The sequel revolves around Peter Parker (Tom Holland) taking a European trip with his friends. The trip is then hijacked by Nick Fury, who will take him on an adventure of International Importance. It seems like Spidey won’t be getting a break after all.
The trailer also shows a budding romance between Parker and MJ played by Zendaya and also between Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau). The evil that Spider-man has to fight is a mix of Molten Man, Sandman and Hydro-Man called the Elementals.
There is also a surprise entry of Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio but this time he won’t be playing a villain. He will help Spidey defeat the evil and the dialogue, “You don’t want any part of this”, confirms it.
Watch the trailer here:
Two slightly different trailers have been released as well. One is the teaser trailer which starts with the romance of Aunt May and Hogan. The second one is the International teaser trailer which stars with Peter and his friends checking in at the airport.
There are some speculations roaming around Spider-man being dead as was seen in Avengers: Infinity War but the trailer hasn’t given away anything. Even the passport doesn’t have the year is which it was issued, which is very sly of the Marvel Comic Universe. The theories suggest that either Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer has spoiled the ending of Avengers 4 or the movie is set in sometime between Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War or just some other timeline in the Spider-verse.
The film features Tom Holland and Zendaya in pivotal roles. It also stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Samuel L Jackson, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau in important roles.
As for the costumes, Peter will be ditching the Iron Spider costume from Infinity War and is getting an all-new look for Far From Home. The film will be releasing on July 5, 2019.