There are plenty of reasons to get excited about the new spidey flick, but none has got everybody talking more than the appearance of a gloomy looking Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) in the trailer. We see him engaged in an unusually solemn conversation with Peter Parker. So what’s going on here? Let’s look at some possibilities. Spider Man: Far From Home is expected to hit the movie screens in July 2019, roughly two months after the much anticipated release of Avengers: Endgame. So it is hardly surprising that MCU has deliberately refrained from revealing anything too spoilerish. In the trailer, as if to keep the guessing game alive, you have Happy Logan appear with a check signed by Pepper Potts rather than Tony Stark. Well, one thing is for sure, Avengers End Game will have all the answers to your questions, including that of how peter back returned to Queens after his disintegration into ashes at the hands of Thanos.
Spider Man: Far From Home Trailer has Peter Parker back in the game kicking butts and shooting spider webs. It has also left many scratching their heads over various possibilities including that of Iron Man’s death. The trailer seems to pick up where it left off in the homecoming except it narrates peter parker and gang’s college trip to Europe. It features all the familiar faces from Spider-man homecoming including Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), MJ played by Zendayaas Michelle.
More impressively, it will introduce to MCU fans Mysterio played by Jake Gyllenhaal. While an enemy of Spider man in comic books, in the trailer we see Mysterio on good terms with Peter parker. Well MCU is pretty good with their secrets, and they have certainly got us where they want if they are able to keep us guessing about Mysterio’s motivations. Anyway, Mysterio as a comic character is capable of such complex duplicity that one could easily think that he is just masquerading as a well-meaning guy in the trailer.
Following the resounding success of Spider-man Homecoming, MCU has kept its faith in Jon Watts and placed him behind the camera for the upcoming sequel. For a Major studio, Marvel showed some great courage and keen foresight when it picked up Jon Watts who was still fresh from the moderate acclaim of his 2015 indie film “Cop Car”, to spearhead its latest spider-man franchise. Though this move initially raised many eyebrows, MCU had its final laugh at the box office. Likewise, with Spider-man: Far From Home, MCU intends to do more of the same; keep people guessing, pique curiosity in the cinematic landscape of superheroes, and get people to ask questions. By the look of things, MCU is off to a good start.