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It Took 80 Years but the Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Is Here

Wow thanks, Marvel. It's only been out in the universe for nearly two months.


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For the last month, we’ve known that somewhere out there in the universe, the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer existed—it was shown at Brazil Comic Con in December—and we’ve been eagerly waiting for it. But now, the wait is over.

Tom Holland recently took to Twitter to respond to a fan, telling them that he would see what he could do about the trailer for the film. Since then, we’ve been on pins and needles.

And now, lo and behold, we finally got a glimpse at the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Peter Parker, MJ, and crew teaming up to help Nick Fury? This is going to be epic!

Holland also recently teased fans by bringing up a “talk” with Sony. There is a tense history between the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the rights to Spider-Man and, with the success of Sony’s Spider-verse films, it isn’t that surprising that they’d want Tom Holland to cross over into their own series. (Maybe in the sequel to Venom?)

What does this mean for the future of Peter Parker? We won’t know until we’ve seen Avengers: Endgame and where our boy ended up after he was turned into dust in the wind. All I care about is that Peter Parker is alive, well, and still Tom Holland in this corner of the Spider multiverse.

What do you think about the trailer?

(image: Marvel Entertainment)

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