Spider-Man: Far From Home has released and the fans worldwide have given good opinions about the movie. The 23rd movie in Marvel Cinematic Universe has inclined a perfect ending for Infinity Saga that began with Iron Man. Tom Holland has another hit in his pocket. The most impressive parts of the movie are the post-credit scenes. Take a look at this article, Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Mid Credit Scene Explained.
Peter Parker takes his girlfriend MJ for a date up in the air, swinging around New York City. When finally he thinks its enough and drops her down and says goodbye sitting on top of a light pole. He hears breaking news on the screen behind. The news depicts altered footage of the final battle of Spider-Man and Mysterio, where Mysterio manipulates the footage and paints Spider-Man as the bad guy and blames him as the cause of his death. It doesn’t end there. Mysterio goes beyond and reveals the true identity of Spider-Man. He says its Peter Parker and a picture of Peter is displayed on the screen, which is telecasted all over the world.
This is the work of one the guy who works for Quentin Beck when Mysterio dies, the scene cuts to Bill, downloading a file to his external drive. And the file is then given to the media. Is Mysterio dead? Well, he is an illusionist, he could have faked his own death, overrunning Peter tingle. Marvel has very few villains who become a hit and Mysterio has won the hearts of people. We need more of Jake Gyllenhaal.
What does the Mid Credit Scene mean for Spider-Man?
All he ever wanted was to be a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. As the stakes got higher and situations got tougher, Spider-Man grew his enemies list. Peter always wanted his friends and family to be safe. But now that the whole world knows he’s Spider-Man, it will be easy for the enemies to target his friends and family. His dearest ones are in danger now.
Spider-Man: Homecoming ended the same way, Aunt May witnessed Peter crawling on the roof and unmasking himself, she yelled, ‘What the f***?’. Now Peter took the turn and said the same thing. MCU’s Spider-Man just got more interesting.
The Cameo role of J. K. Simmons
In the pre-MCU era, the trilogy of Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man set a new style for superhero movies. It was in those films we saw J. K. Simmons playing the role of J. Jonah Jameson, an arrogant boss at “The Daily Bugle” – A New York Tabloid in the movie and he had an unquestionable grudge on Spider-Man. Since then J. K. Simmons went on to become famous and proved his acting on screen playing the angry, but funny newspaperman. 90’s kids will remember him just in a flick of a second. If you happen to be a fan of Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man, you’d also love J. K. Simmons for his phenomenal dramatics.
The Mid Credit scene of Far From Home has a cameo role as The Daily Bugle web show host. MCU’s J. Jonah Jameson discloses Spider-Man’s identity. Marvel has not confirmed anything about J. K. Simmons’ future in Marvel Cinematic Universe. But I definitely want more of him in the upcoming Spider-Man movies. Another right choice made by Marvel and Sony to bring back J. K. Simmons into the Spidey world.