Spider-Man leaves New York for Europe in 'Far from Home'

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Jon Watts' directorial Spider-Man: Far From Home will now release a day earlier in India due to the unprecedented fan demand.

Zendaya reprises her role as Michelle Jones - a.k.a. MJ - from 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, with Holland recalling how she landed the coveted role immediately. And with such unprecedented anticipation and hype around Spider-Man: "Far From Home, we have made a decision to release it a day prior on Thursday, 4th July".

The film is set in the aftermath of the April blockbuster Avengers: Endgame, where Peter's mentor Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) was killed.

Forget the live-action Spider-Man crossover everyone's going on about, Tom Holland very almost appeared in last year's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but it was a bad misread of a previously covered pitch, a safe option for an unbeaten team. In 1992, despite the loss to Pakistan in their final league game, NZ had ended as the topper in the points table .

Jackson is living up to the name of his Marvel character Nick Fury after he went on an expletive social media rant about an error in the poster of Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Tom Holland's Spider-Man has so far remained separate from Sony's adjacent "Universe of Marvel Characters", but he nearly made it into a different Sony Spidey film. Pictured: Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson, right) recruits Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in "Spider-Man: Far From Home", in theaters July 2.

"I'm literally going to have a panic attack", the female fan says, to which the star responds, "I got you, I got you", before turning to the men behind her and firmly asking, "Can you back up?". Just pick one of four Spider-Man suits and you'll be launched into the clouds... but keep your eyes and ears peeled, a colossal and risky enemy is waiting. As for whether or not Tom Holland and Tom Hardy will cross paths onscreen, she remarked, "You never know what's going to happen. I think you should assume there is nothing to exclude".

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