Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer ignores Avengers: Endgame

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Zendaya and Tom Holland seen filming Spider-Man in New York City (Picture: Splash)

Marvel have yet to drop the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home to the waiting public but lucky fans at Brazils CCXP saw a sneak peek on Saturday – and interestingly, the clip completely ignores any reference to the Avengers.

The film will hit cinemas after Captain Marvel and A4 – now officially known as Endgame – but the trailer reportedly avoids mentioning the fallout from 2017s Avengers: Infinity War and instead keeps all the focus on Spider-Man and his world with Michelle, his high school friends and Aunt May.

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Tom and Zendaya were spotted filming in Europe (Picture: Splash News)

The trailer ends, according to those in the room who saw it, with a reveal of the costume for Jake Gyllenhaals Mysterio, the Big Bad for this film.

It makes sense, as any mention of A4 or Infinity War could offer further speculation or theory on what will happen to our favourite superheroes.



Spidey first showed up in Captain America: Civil War after being recruited by Tony Stark, before then getting his own outing with Sony with Homecoming and then joining the fight against Thanos in Infinity War, where he became one of the many victims of Thanos snap.

Far From Home will be set after Endgame which means – as we already know – Peter has to return to the world of the living somehow but those in the room revealed that the trailer instead focuses on an implied romance between Peter and Michelle, as well as the potential for a new ship between Aunt May and Happy Hogan.

The film will see Peter and his classmates leave for Europe on a school trip but the teenager decides this is one trip he wants to be Peter for, and so leaves the suit at home.

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Obviously, we all know thats a bad idea but with set pictures showing that Nick Fury pays Peter a visit, it can only be to bring him a suit as he calls for help with the Mysterio problem.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is set for release in July 2019.

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