Spider-Man: Far From Home is coming on July 2, 2019, and if you haven’t watched Avengers: Endgame, you shouldn’t read any further due to the presence of spoilers. Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer has a Heartbreaking Easter Egg which I am sure you missed.
Tony Stark’s death was very hard to take, agreed on that. Peter Parker has lost so much after the war with Thanos. In the official trailer released recently of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we see the after events of Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man getting used to the absence of Iron Man.
In a shot, Peter Parker is seen in a moving vehicle wearing glasses which turned out to be of Tony’s. That glasses were worn by Tony Stark in Avengers: Infinity War when Ebony Maw and Black Dwarf come to earth for the Time Stone. That’s when grabs the glasses out of his face and activates his nanotech Iron Man suit. Those same glasses are worn by Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
We got you, Peter! we know how much you love him, but we love him 3000 times more. Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer has a Heartbreaking Easter Egg.
Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland as Spider-Man aka Peter Parker and Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. Nick Fury is back played by Samuel L. Jackson.
To get your hands into the trailer and understand more about Spider-Man: Far From Home, check out:
Peter Parker in MCU has lost a lot and his past is still not dug. His parents are unknown, his uncle’s story is not covered, all he has is Aunt May on whom Tony had a crush, now Hogan’s flirting her. This movie might be interesting to watch.
Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal share a special relationship off screen. In an interview with Holland, he said,
If you look at any interview I’ve ever done prior to this movie and someone asked me, ‘Who would you work with if you could work with any actor?’ I would’ve said Jake Gyllenhaal
And when I found out it was him, I was stoked, but also really nervous. But Jake absolutely was more than I ever could have expected.
This is very funny and coincidental to hear, but it also caused hiccups while filming, which the director of the film Jon Watts told Entertainment Weekly,
Sometimes they would crack each other up, and we could not get through takes occasionally
It was a problem!