Although our arachnid sense is unleashed by the ever closer release of 'Avengers: Endgame', we can not forget that it will not be the last date we have with Marvel this year. On July 5 he arrives at the theaters 'Spider-Man: Far from home', and we already have a new series of posters of the film starring Tom Holland. In them we see Spidey posing with the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, uploaded to the London Eye in London and with the Rialto Bridge in Venice in the background.
Last week, Holland tweeted a brief "Monday in the morning", what sounded like news of some of his films. Although many expected a trailer for the new Jon Watts, in the end have been three posters submitted by Holland on Instagram with this message: "I thought about starting your week with a bit of arachnid action." Spider-Man: Far from Home "hits theaters on July 5 and it's your craziest adventure so far". Are you sure, Tom?
What is 'Spider-Man: Far from home'?
In the movie we will go with Peter Parker and his classmates in school travel in Europe. For Peter it is as a vacation within your superhero labors, but they will not last long when crossing with Mysterio during the trip. Nick Fury and Maria Hill will join him to stop this threat.
'Spider-Man: Far from Home' will once again feature Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Michael Keaton, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon or Tony Revolori in the cast. The big news is Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio, the villain of the movie. Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders will also recover their characters from Nick Fury and Maria Hill.
'Spider-Man: Far from home' will hit theaters on July 5, a few months after 'Avengers: Endgame', which will do it on April 25. First we will have to discover what happens with Peter and how he manages to return after becoming dust with the Snap, and then we will see if this trip is before or after the confrontation with Thanos. Although we already have a few theories.