First teaser trailer for 'Spider-Man: Far from Home'


From there, we get to the set-up of the sequel's story: Peter is preparing for a school trip overseas. While we would have loved to see the Into the Spider-Verse suit recreated in its entirety, the twist on the Advanced Suit does look slick.

The response came following a well known Marvel fan, Kirk Deveyck, who uploaded a video on Twitter for Holland on Saturday, demanding the trailer be dropped. All the way back in an episode of the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon (specifically, 1995's "Day of the Chameleon"), Chameleon impersonates the S.H.I.E.L.D. leader - but is ultimately discovered when Peter Parker realizes Fury's eyepatch is on the wrong eye.

But his plans change in Venice when perturbed spymaster Nick Fury (played by Samuel L. Jackson) shows up to deal with several creature attacks that are plaguing the continent.

That means that, somehow, during Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man is brought back to life - but with what consequences?

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"You've got gifts, Parker".

Of course, since this is our first official glimpse at any footage from Spider-Man: Far From Home, there are plenty of new details that we need to take a closer look at by way of one of our traditional trailer deep dives. "Are you going to step up or not?" Although many held out hope that Marvel would make the trailer available online for the rest of us as well, we weren't so lucky. When Gyllenhaal was first cast in Far From Home, it was believed that Mysterio would be the central villain, but that's since been discredited, and we're pretty thrilled about it. And Nick Fury asks him to come on and help because he's the only one who really understands them.

With a little less than six months to go, this trailer just got us even more excited for the film. Is he dead? Does he just not handle things like this? Back in NY, meanwhile, we saw a ton of material showing the titular hero spending time with Michelle "MJ" Jones, suggesting that the nearly inevitable romance between this pair could play a big part in the story.

Spider-Man: Far From Home releases on July 5. How do they revive him? It'll likely be a very different Marvel Cinematic Universe by then. Nothing boosts anticipation like the desire to figure out the unknown, eh?