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marvel new generation | spider-man: far from home

marvel new generation | spider-man: far from home

Spider-Man: Far From Home will mark a new era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it moves beyond Thanos.

By the time Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters in 5th July 2019 in india, it will be actor Tom Holland‘s fifth turn as the web-slinging superhero. Given how intense the first three films have been (particularly Avengers: Infinity War), fans will be expecting an impressive adventure from the actor’s second solo outing, and Marvel Studios is using the opportunity to flesh out the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some interesting ways.

Spider-Man: Far From Home‘s second trailer offered the first look at the post-Endgame Marvel Cinematic Universe (along with some hefty Avengers: Endgame spoilers, so watch out), but what really had fans buzzing was the trailer’s confirmation that alternate universes exist in the MCU.

In the trailer, Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury explains that Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio is a hero from another Earth, and that he was able to travel to “our” world after Thanos’ snap tore a hole in reality.

A Spider-Man: Far From Home clip that Gyllenhaal shared on Ellen a few days later offered even more details, confirming that the main MCU reality takes place on Earth-616, which is traditionally the main continuity in Marvel’s comics. By contrast, Mysterio is from Earth-833, where Billy Braddock, aka Spider-U.K., lives (Braddock, who’s usually known as Captain Britain, also got a brief shout-out in Avengers: Endgame).

As dedicated followers of Spider-Man know, the multiverse also played a big part in 2018’s Oscar-winning animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Does this new information mean that Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen, Peter Porker, and the rest are now canon in the MCU?

Title: Spider-Man: Far From Home
Release date: July 5, 2019
Cast: Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders
Director: Jon Watts 

Spider-Man is getting a new suit when he returns to the big screen, and a set of photos and video that found their way online in October offered the first look at the web-slinger’s new costume. The photos and video were posted on Instagram by a pair of fan sites that were able to get a look at the set of the film, and show off Spider-Man’s new red-and-black suit for Far From Home.

The trailer confirms the rumour that Mysterio and Spidey would be teaming up in the sequel as they battle Hydro-Man, although we're not ruling out Mysterio turning out to be a bad guy after all.
It also shows some flirting between Happy Hogan and Aunt May, as well as between Peter and MJ, so it seems like it'll be the pick-me-up we'll probably all need after Avengers: Endgame.
The international version of the trailer starts with a different scene as Peter and his pals go through customs before their trip.


In April 2018, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told Gizmodo’s i09 that Far From Home would shoot in London and surrounding areas in the U.K. Although he didn’t give any clues as to what stamps Peter will be adding to his passport, he did strongly hint that the reason for the web-slinger’s travel will be related to the events of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. The Marvel president noted that Civil War set up Homecoming and said that the two Avengers films “will greatly inform” the upcoming Spider-Man flick — “probably even more so.”

In spite of the fact that Peter will be doing some globetrotting, Feige highlighted in an interview with IGN Africa that we’ll see the superhero trying to return to “normal life.” He pointed out how Peter is “one of us” and “is, quote-unquote, a normal person” despite having powers. To capture that, the sequel will show him back at school and settling into his “normal environment.”

“It’s fun to see that, because he can represent, you know, the world as a whole, as they try to move forward,” Feige said. “And you can do it in a way that is tonally unique, and tonally different than, certainly, the two Avengers films that people are about to see.”

As well as confirming that Far From Home is set after Endgame (as it opens with Peter Parker mourning the loss of Tony Stark), it revealed that the multiverse is now a thing in the MCU as Mysterio is from a different Earth.

Oh, and MJ looks like she knows who Peter really is. Awkward.
Typical Tom Holland though, he "forgot" to post the new trailer when it arrived, but at least you can possibly go to the premiere with him.
We also got a new Chinese trailer in early June that showed more of Mysterio and he's imparting some wisdom: "It's a hard path, the life of a hero. People depend on you. Even if you win a battle, sometimes they die."

Spider-Man: Far From Home will partly deal with how Peter deals with the Decimation and the fact that Tony Stark is now dead. As the most recent trailer showed, Peter will be faced with Tony's death at every turn.
He won't have much time to grieve, however, because Spider-Man will be recruited by Nick Fury to handle some pressing business. Turns out, Spidey is recruited to fight against ancient beings known as the Elementals, which includes Hydron, Hellfire, Magnum, and Zephyr.

As the trailer shows, these characters have control over their respective elements—Hydron is lord of the waters; Hellfire is wielder of flame; Magnum is master of the Earth; and Zephyr is mistress of the winds.
While battling the Elementals, Spider-Man will be aided by Mysterio, a magic-wielding character played by Jake Gyllenhaal. But Gyllenhaal's mysterious new character may have ulterior motives.

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