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Spider-Man: Far From Home is a 2019 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics superhero of the same name. The film is a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Endgame. It is the twenty-third film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the eleventh and final film of Phase Three, and the concluding installment of the Infinity Saga. It was released in the United States on July 2, 2019. The movie was re-released as the Director's Cut for one week only on August 30, 2019.
The film is directed by Jon Watts, and stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Samuel L. Jackson as Talos and Nick Fury, Zendaya as Michelle Jones, Cobie Smulders as Soren, Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan, J.B. Smoove as Julius Dell, Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds, Martin Starr as Roger Harrington, with Marisa Tomei as May Parker, and Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck/Mysterio.
The third untitled film in the series will release on November 5, 2021.
Peter Parker returns in Spider-Man: Far From Home, the next chapter of the Spider-Man: Homecoming series! Our friendly neighborhood Super Hero decides to join his best friends Ned, MJ, and the rest of the gang on a European vacation. However, Peter's plan to leave super heroics behind for a few weeks are quickly scrapped when he begrudgingly agrees to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of several elemental creature attacks, creating havoc across the continent!
Eight months after the Blip, in Summer 2024, Nick Fury and Maria Hill arrive in the aftermath of what is supposedly a violent sandstorm, which has destroyed the small village of Ixtenco, Mexico. Fury stated that reports of the spontaneous event had a face, classifying it as a possible threat for them to investigate. The earth-based creature ran rampant again in the form of an unidentified creature, but a mysterious third party, Quentin Beck, arrived and dismantled it with Fury and Hill's help. A week later, an air-based creature was wreaking havoc in Morocco, until Beck, Fury, and Hill pulled resources to defeat it as well. Following these events, Beck gained the assistance of the two spies, to intercept a larger threat.
In New York City, Peter Parker yearns to gain the admiration of Michelle Jones, who he has a crush on. He competes for her affections with Brad Davis. Parker takes the opportunity to win her over when Midtown Tech organizes a school trip to Europe for the students who were killed in the Snap. All the while, Parker is met with an overabundance of stress after Tony Stark's death, asked by many if he would take over, juggling with the responsibilities of being Spider-Man without help from his mentor. Fury attempts to contact Parker during a charity event as Spider-Man with his Aunt May, but he dismisses it and redirects it to Happy Hogan. Moments later, Fury calls Hogan to ask if Parker if dodging his calls, with the old friend covering for Parker.
Parker's attempts to bond with Jones on the airplane ride to Italy proved futile. Parker's wingman and best friend Ned Leeds becomes infatuated with Betty Brant, and the two announce they are dating when they arrive in Venice. While the class is sightseeing, a water-based creature emerges out of the Grand Canal and runs rampant. Parker attempts to stop it to no avail, until the armored Beck arrives, and destroys it after luring it out of the canal.
The night of the attack, Fury meets Parker in person and introduces him to Beck. Beck explains that the creatures are Elementals from an alternate dimension, which have emerged to their dimension in the Blip: A tragic warrior who had lost his family, Beck is determined to defeat them and reveals that the final Elemental, The fire-based creature, is due to make an appearance in Prague. To accommodate Parker's request to keep his identity as Spider-Man a secret without arousing suspicion, Fury rearranges the school trip's location from Paris to Prague, through the trip's chaperones, Roger Harrington and Julius Dell.
In Austria, Parker is provided with a new stealth suit and a new and advanced AI named E.D.I.T.H., embedded in a pair of sunglasses, as a final gift from Stark. When Davis attempts to sabotage Parker's chances with Jones, he inadvertently authorizes an orbital drone strike at their tour bus, but Parker stops it before it opens fire. Arriving at Prague, Fury reprimands Parker for endangering his classmates with the drone strike. After being consoled by Beck, Parker dons the stealth suit and helps Beck combat the Fire Elemental once it erupts during the city's Carnival of Lights.
Parker utilizes E.D.I.T.H. to confine his tour group in the State Opera House on the other side of town from the projected Elemental attack. As Parker and Jones were having awkward attempts at complementing, Fury radioed Parker to be in position, prompting him to asks Leeds to give an alibi for his departure. Jones, curious as to his suspicious behavior, follows Parker upon his exit, while Leeds and Brant also snuck out to the carnival. The latter pair are put in danger as they are entrapped on the Ferris wheel, due to the Fire Elemental's emergence scaring away the operator. Parker saves them, and Leeds hastily fabricates the alias "Night Monkey" to protect Parker's Spider-Man identity. As Parker secures their cart, a web-line snags a cloaked item that flies and lands near a hidden Jones.
Fury and Hill arrive on scene, Beck informs them it is too late to stop the Elemental and performs a Kamikaze attack. After Beck sacrifices himself to destroy the Fire Elemental, Parker leaped down to check his well-being and finds him injured but alive. After a discouraging talk by Fury, who invited Beck to Berlin to build a new superhero team, Parker was invited to celebrate by Beck for his heroism over drinks at a pub. Parker and Beck talked about responsibilities, and how Parker was too young to be engaging in Avengers level crises.
Beck assured him of finding the right rhythm when a waitress picks the E.DI.T.H. glasses off the floor Parker dropped. As Parker was showcasing the E.D.I.T.H. glasses, he had an epiphany regarding Stark's last words and bequeathed them to Beck. Although showing himself to be reluctant, Beck yielded to Parker's request, in the end, shouldering the responsibility of E.D.I.T.H. while Parker went to enjoy his vacation. Upon Parker's exit of the pub, the establishment dissipates revealing it as an illusion, with Beck and some accomplices celebrating.
Parker and Jones make time for each other on the Charles Bridge. Jones exclaims that she suspects Peter of being Spider-Man, and submits a piece of tech with webbing as proof. When the tech - an advanced projector - activates to reveal an incomplete illusion of a scripted fight sequence with Mysterio, they realize that Beck had been manipulating the Elemental crises himself, and is a fraud.
Upon this realization, Parker confesses to being Spider-Man and in need of Jones' help. The two return to the hotel for Parker to suit up, Jones and Leeds to provide him an alibi, and he races to Berlin to warn Fury. Meanwhile, Beck, having grown callous out of his need for attention, reveals his grand plan to his crew, all disgraced former employees of Stark Industries: to launch an "Avengers-level threat" in London and save the survivors of the event to become 'the Next Iron Man'. But Beck noticed a render error of his illusion projected suit and furiously examines the footage further to find Jones showing the projector evidence to Parker.
In Berlin, Parker attempts to expose Beck's plan to Fury and Hill but is intercepted by Beck, who had a drone shoot Fury. The office building vanishes into a mid-construction building where Beck torments him with various illusions. Parker is then saved by Fury, having shot Beck in the back, but upon his demanding names of know could know Beck's plan, Parker capitulates to name Leeds, Brant, and Jones. Fury is revealed to be Beck under illusion projection, and by resuming the illusions steers Parker into the path of an oncoming train. Beck has E.D.I.T.H. reroute the Midtown Tech class trip to London, intending to kill those that might also expose his plans.
Further away, Parker survived his collision and crawls his way into a train car to recover. He later wakes up in a holding cell in the Netherlands, and after escaping he asks a kind stranger for their phone, which he used to call Hogan to rescue him. After Hogan proves himself to be real to a battle-weary Parker, he provides first aid and a motivation speech to reenergize the young hero. Knowing Beck will target his class and using Thompson's live streams, Hogan plots course to London while Parker developed a new Spider-Man suit.
Parker skydives off the Stark Industries Private Jet into London, just as Beck launched his attack with the Elemental Fusion. Gliding over the Thames to make his way into the illusion, Parker battles a swarm of Beck's drones and destroys the Elemental Fusion illusion. Beck reordered the drones to then attack Spider-Man en mass, exhausting the hero to use all his web fluid. Meanwhile, Hogan went to rescue Parker's friends, but as the drones were nearing them he had to take them into a secure space, and the only one nearby was the vault of the Royal Crown Jewels. Inside, Parker's friends open up with Hogan, but Parker used an improvised tactic that blew a hole through the drone defenses and he reached Beck. Upon capture, Parker broke Beck's interface dome helmet, which deactivated the drones hunting his friends.
Beck, however, used E.D.I.T.H. to control some drones to protect him, casting a dark void illusion within the walkway between Parker and Beck. Parker, using his hyper-awareness, confronts the drones and makes his way to Beck in the Tower Bridge observation station. A panicked Beck orders his protection drones to open fire, but Parker's use of a drone as a shield causes another to misfire, shooting Beck in the abdomen. Reaching Beck, and countering a last-ditch effort of an illusion, he reclaims the E.D.I.T.H. glasses and calls off the attack. The drones leave London, saving his classmates and the population in the process.
After Beck succumbs to his wounds and apparently dies, Parker exits the bridge where Jones embraces him and they kiss amid the ruins of the bridge. One of Beck's accomplices, William Ginter Riva, recovers all of Beck's drone files after the battle and makes his escape to a safe location. Returning to New York, Leeds reveals that he and Brant have ended their short-lived relationship, whereas Hogan and May are in a complicated one: May sees it as a fling, while Hogan thought there was a long-term connection. Parker, feeling awkward among their discussion, takes his leave to sees Jones for their date.
While taking Jones on a date as Spider-Man across the city, they land at Madison Square Garden where on several billboard screens across the city, NY1 anchor Pat Kiernan announces that much to Parker's horror, controversial online news reporter J. Jonah Jameson of The Daily Bugle released altered footage of the Battle of London. The broadcasted story of Mysterio's last words on a confession video directly incriminated Spider-Man for the Elemental attacks and ousts Spider-Man's identity as Peter Parker to the world. In a post-credit scene, Fury is revealed to have been on a Skrull spaceship the entire time; Nick Fury and Maria Hill are revealed to be Skrull impersonators Talos and Soren, operating on Earth at Fury's behest.
- Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man
- Samuel L. Jackson as Talos (disguised as Nick Fury) / Quentin Beck (disguised as Nick Fury) / Nick Fury (post-credit scene)
- Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck/Mysterio
- Marisa Tomei as May Parker
- Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan
- Zendaya as Michelle Jones
- Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds
- Tony Revolori as Flash Thompson
- Angourie Rice as Betty Brant
- Remy Hii as Brad Davis
- Martin Starr as Roger Harrington
- J.B. Smoove as Julius Dell
- Jorge Lendeborg Jr. as Jason Ionello
- Cobie Smulders as Soren (disguised as Maria Hill)
- Numan Acar as Dimitri Smerdyakov
- Zach Barack as Zach Cooper
- Zoha Rahman as Zoha
- Yasmin Mwanza as Yasmin Monette
- Joshua Sinclair-Evans as Josh Scarino
- Tyler Luke Cunningham as Tyler Corbyn
- Sebastian Viveros as Sebastian
- Toni Garrn as Seamstress
- Peter Billingsley as William Ginter Riva
- Clare Dunne as Victoria Snow
- Nicholas Gleaves as Gutes Guterman
- Claire Rushbrook as Janice Lincoln
- Dawn Michelle King as E.D.I.T.H. (voice)
- J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson (mid-credit scene)
- Pat Kiernan as Himself
- Molly Fobbester as Sue Lorman (uncredited)
- Hemky Madera as Delmar (deleted scene)
- Tuwaine Barrett as Officer Bristow (deleted scene)
- Unknown Actor as Sean Winford (uncredited)
- Unknown Actor as Doug (uncredited)
- Unknown Actor as Gerald (uncredited)
- Robert Downey, Jr. as Tony Stark (archive footage; uncredited)
- Jeff Bridges as Obadiah Stane (archive footage; uncredited)
- Ixtenco, Mexico
- New York City, New York
- Venice, Italy
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Berlin, Germany
- Kurhotel Ströszek (mentioned)
- Broek op Langedijk, Netherlands
- Dorset Coast, United Kingdom
- London, England
- Newark, New Jersey
- Cambridge, Massachusetts (flashback)
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (flashback)
- Los Angeles, California (flashback)
- Stark Industries Headquarters (flashback)
- Paris, France (illusion)
- Eiffel Tower (illusion)
- Wakanda (mentioned)
- Morocco (mentioned)
- Rome, Italy (mentioned)
- Vienna, Austria (picture)
- Vienna International Centre (picture)
- Schkeuditz, Germany (picture)
- Leipzig-Halle Airport (picture)
- Washington, D.C. (picture)
- Washington Monument (mentioned)
- Multiverse (mentioned)
- Quentin Beck's Campaign
- Snap (footage)
- Blip (footage)
- Clash of the Avengers (picture)
- Battle of Earth (mentioned)
- Battle of Titan (mentioned)
- Rescue at the Washington Monument (mentioned)
- Robbery of the Queens Community Bank (newspaper; deleted scene)
- Spider-Man Suit
- Iron Spider Armor
- Mysterio Suit
- Tony Stark's Glasses
- Stark Industries Combat Drones
- Stark Industries Satellite
- Stark Sonic Cannon
- EMP Generator
- Midtown News
- Beast Slayers
- The Snap
- Finding Wakanda
- Hunting Hydra
- Heart of Iron: The Tony Stark Story
- Nova: Einstein Rosen Bridges with Dr. Erik Selvig
- Arc Reactor (flashback)
- Iron Man Armor: Mark VII (picture)
- Captain America's Uniform (picture)
- Infinity Stones (poster)
- Infinity Gauntlet (picture)
- War Machine Armor: Mark III (picture)
- Hawkeye's Bow and Quiver (picture)
- Winter Soldier's Prosthetic Arm (picture)
- Ant-Man Suit (picture)
- Panther Habit (picture)
- Iron Man Armor: Mark XLVI (illusion)
- Iron Man Armor: Mark LXXXV (graffiti)
- Iron Man Armor: Mark I (mentioned)
- Murph (deleted scene)
- Spiders (illusion)
- Tigers (mentioned)
- Monkeys (mentioned)
- Mountain Goats (mentioned)
- Stark Industries
- Nick Fury's Crew
- Quentin Beck's Crew
- Salvation Army
- Queens Tribune
- The Daily Bugle
- United Airlines
- Newark Police Department
- Queen's Guard
- Rete Veneta
- Manfredi Crime Family (deleted scene)
- New York City Police Department (deleted scene)
- Avengers (picture)
- United Nations (picture)
- HYDRA (mentioned)
- United States Department of Defense (mentioned)
- Synchrony Financial (logo)
- United States Department of State (mentioned)
- BuzzFeed (mentioned)
- Europol (mentioned)
- Maria Hill
- Captain America (picture)
- Black Widow (picture)
- Vision (picture)
- War Machine (picture)
- Hawkeye (picture)
- Falcon (picture)
- Winter Soldier (picture)
- Scarlet Witch (picture)
- Ant-Man (picture)
- Black Panther (picture)
- Pepper Potts
- Crusher Hogan (poster)
- Bonesaw McGraw (poster)
- Ben Parker
- Erik Selvig (picture)
- Doctor Strange
- Captain Marvel
- Morris Bench
- Flash Thompson's Mother
- Flash Thompson's Father
- Roger Harrington's Ex-Wife
- Josh Scarino's Mother
- Jason Ionello's Brother
- Kenneth Lim (picture)
- Vihaan Ramamurthy (picture)
- Suzan Yang
- Barack Obama (picture; deleted scene)
- Black Dahlia
- Elizabeth II
- Leonardo da Vinci
- George Orwell
- Led Zeppelin
- Star Wars
- Power Rangers
On December 10, 2016, following the release of the Official Trailer and International Trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony Pictures Studios announced that a sequel to the film, titled Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, was slated for release on July 5, 2019.
On June 14, 2017, during an interview with AlloCiné, Tom Holland announced that Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios were making a trilogy of Spider-Man films, with two more films informally titled Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3, as opposed to the Homecoming 2 title that Sony had announced in December 2016.
On July 19, 2017, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Jon Watts entered negotiations to return to direct the film.
On May 21, 2018, Variety reported that Jake Gyllenhaal entered negotiations to portray the film's main villain, Mysterio, while The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were returning to write.
On June 23, 2018, Tom Holland announced on his Instagram that the film's title was Spider-Man: Far From Home.
On October 16, 2018, principal photography on the film wrapped production.
On April 17, 2019, the film was pushed up from its initial July 5, 2019 release date to July 2, 2019.
On June 8, 2019, post-production on the film wrapped.
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- ↑ Spider-Man: Far From Home Rumored to Get Director's Cut Re-Release in Movie Theaters
- ↑ 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' First Official Synopsis Released
- ↑ S.H.I.E.L.D. in Spider-Man: Far From Home
- ↑ Tom Rothman on 'Spider-Man' Plans and Loving 'Ghostbusters' Trolls: "Can We Please Get Some More Haters to Say Stupid Things?"
- ↑ Kevin Feige Says ‘Spider-Man’ Sequels Could Follow the ‘Harry Potter’ Format
- ↑ Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller Talk ‘The Lost City of Z’
- ↑ ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’ Shoots Web Around Independence Day 2019; ‘Bad Boys 4’ Moves To Memorial Day
- ↑ Spider-Man: Homecoming is the beginning of a trilogy
- ↑ ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2’: Director Jon Watts Likely to Return
- ↑ 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Director in Talks to Return for Sequel (Exclusive)
- ↑ 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Writers Returning for Sequel (Exclusive)
- ↑ Kevin Feige Confirms Jon Watts Will Direct Spider-Man: Homecoming 2
- ↑ Jake Gyllenhaal Eyed for Villain Role in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Sequel
- ↑ Jake Gyllenhaal in Talks to Star in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Sequel
- ↑ Tom Holland just revealed the full title of Spider-Man 2
- ↑ First Spider-Man: Far From Home Set Photos Surface
- ↑ Avengers 4 Reshoots Set For Summer, Spider-Man 2 to Wrap in December
- ↑ Spider-Man: Far From Home Adds Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders
- ↑ Spider-Man: Tom Holland Announces Far From Home Has Wrapped
- ↑ Spider-Man: Far From Home Release Date Moves Up 3 Days
- ↑ Jon Watts on Instagram: “K movie’s done! What’d I miss @tomholland2013 @zendaya @tonyrevolori @angourierice @harryholland64 ???”
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