Samuel L Jackson furious over error in new Spider-Man film poster

Oscar Cross
June 27, 2019

Avengers: Endgame star Tom Holland swung into action on Monday (24Jun19) to help rescue a fan from a crowd crush in New York City. Yes, you heard that right.

The film, which was scheduled to release on July 5, will now open on July 4.

Of course, there's more to Far From Home than just seeing how Tony and Peter's story ends, as trailers and clips seem to imply that this is the movie where Marvel properly introduces their multiverse. Other returning stars include Tony Revolori as Parker's classmate and rival Eugene "Flash" Thompson, and Hemky Madera as local bodega owner Mr. Delmar. That's four minutes shorter than Spider-Man Homecoming.

Now, one would think that the film that has End in the title, a sprawling cast of characters to befit a saga, and which features (spoilers, duh) the destruction of the Infinity Stones would be the culmination of the "Infinity Saga". Marvel Studios laid the foundation and built the events of Marvel Cinematic Universe which eventually led to Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame over the course of 10 years.

Thankfully, just like with Michael Keaton in that first movie, the heroes of the sequel are dealing with an awesome supporting cast this time around, with the addition of Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Cobie Smulders (Agent Hill), and Jake Gyllenhaal (Quentin Beck/Mysterio).

Spider-Man leaves NY for Europe in Marvel's latest film about the web-slinging superhero, who once again has to fight off a new enemy. Well, as best it could. "We're doing ab exercises, leg exercises, and then he turns to me and he goes, 'Tom, do you wanna hop on the treadmill and warm up?' I'm like, 'Warm up?"

Thanks to some ungrateful lucky folks who caught an early screening of Far From Home, alleged plot details have leaked across Reddit and 4chan. 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.

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