'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Trailer May Confirm Key Marvel Villains

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And yes, anyone who cares about this stuff (dear God, do people care) already could be pretty assured of that outcome given the production schedules for movies like this-but it's still somewhat of a stakes-flattening bummer. Suddenly, Peter finds himself recruited on some kind of mission that shows him webslinging through London, briefly donning a black suit and aligning with Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio (traditionally a Spider-Man villain) and fighting what appears to be Hydro-Man. The trailer kick-starts with Spider-Man is at the customs, getting his bag checked. In the new teaser, we see Peter Parker and Aunt May packing for Peter's school trip to Europe. Let us know, and stay tuned for more on Spider-Man: Far From Home as we draw ever closer to the film's July 5th release date. That band - The Ramones - are also the chosen act for the soundtrack to the United States version of the trailer (the worldwide version went for a score only approach).

The makers have brought back the original theme music of Spider-Man in Far From Home, much to the happiness of fans.

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Our friendly neighbourhood superhero gets some new suits in the trailer. One of the hero's pals likens Mysterio to a combo of Iron Man and Thor. But the teaser doesn't just hold lots of clues for what we can expect for both this film, it might also tell us what will happen during its Snap-Undoing predecessor, Avengers: Endgame.

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Anyway, we saw Spider-Man do battle with these foes in the new footage but plenty of people were wondering how this could be? The Mysterio from comic books is a big-time Spidey villain and has been since the 1960s, a stuntman and FX guru who used illusions to commit crimes and ran afoul of the web-slinger.

Nick Fury gets to have actual lines, but we do see his fellow S.H.I.E.L.D. agent briefly from the back. Through the trailer of Far From Home, there are several clues and easter eggs which hint at Tony's death.

The trailer also featured a number of returning characters from Spider-Man: Homecoming.