Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer might arrive sooner than everybody would’ve thought, according to a trusted source.
Daniel RPK, a Hollywood insider who is known for his accuracy in predicting the release of trailer and movies, has just announced that the trailer for Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: Far From Home will arrive this Tuesday. Sony Pictures actually planned to reveal the trailer at the Comic-Con, but seeing that the fans are still not over Avengers: End Game trailer, Sony held it back.
Why the delay in Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer?
But releasing a trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home won’t be an easy task for the studios. The marketing team should be careful of not giving out any spoiler regarding Avengers: End Game in the trailer. In fact, Spider-Man is alive after End Game gave out a major spoiler that the Avengers are going to be successful in reversing the snap of the mighty Thanos. There are fan theories which suggest that Captain America and Iron Man might die in resurrecting the dusted Avengers, but we have to wait and see.
A Glimpse of the Storyline for Far From Home
The fans got a glimpse of the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home at the Brazil Comic-Con. A few journalists shared that the trailer starts with Peter Parker enjoying a regular day at school and is going out for a school vacation with his friends. He decides to leave his friendly neighborhood suit back in New York and enjoy some me-time in Venice.
But he meets one of the most famous comic villains of all time, Mysterio in Venice. He is joined by Nick Fury and there’s a long battle between Spider-Man and Mysterio throughout the movie.
However, Jake Gyllenhall revealed in an interview that Far From Home will have Spider-Man and Mysterio fighting together against a common enemy made of Stone and Water. We have to wait and see what’s that all about.
Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhall, Zendaya, Samuel L Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau and Marisa Tomei. The movie is set to release on 5 July 2019.