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Here’s What We Know About the Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

Fans at CCXP in Brazil got to see the trailer, but what do we know about it?

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When attendants of Comic Con Experience got to see the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home, we all expected that we’d get to see it soon, but it’s Marvel and so, of course, we haven’t gotten it yet. The rumor was that, after Avengers: Endgame‘s trailer came out on Friday, we’d all get the Spider-Man trailer on Saturday along with its CCXP debut, but it was not to be.

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Here’s a quick message to Marvel: Will you stop leading us on? My high school and college crushes didn’t lead me on as much as you are. Every week, we’re promised something, and it feels like we never get the answers we want. Remember when we had rumors of the Winter Soldier and Falcon show that just hasn’t been brought up again?

Just let it happen, and why not make it based on this new Winter Soldier comic?

Why is Marvel doing this? Who knows, can we ever predict what Marvel is going to do? If anything, any trailer for a movie that features a character taken by the snap seems … odd, to say the least. Anyway, that official trailer delay hasn’t stopped fans from tweeting about it, though, so we have a general idea of the trailer.

Aunt May and Happy Hogan are having an affair? Is Happy Hogan going to be Tom Holland’s Uncle Ben? What exactly is going on with Spider-Man: Far From Home and the trailer we’re not getting?

Is it confirming that Spider-Man: Far From Home takes place between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War? Honestly, enough of that, Marvel. Ant-Man and the Wasp hurt enough because we all were laughing and having fun and then watched as Hope, Hank, and Janet all got snapped away by Thanos. Backtracking yet again would just be too much.

From what fans at the convention said, there wasn’t much given away about the movie.

Peter going to Europe isn’t a new thing; we knew that already. What’s new is the fact that Peter is famous and is going there for a tour?

For all the Mary Jane Watson fans, we’re getting more screen-time and love for this Peter’s “MJ,” Michelle.

But then, there’s that huge plot twist.

How much of this is real, and how much is trolling? We have no idea. Hopefully, the trailer will be out this week, since Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is hitting theaters this Friday. Or maybe we’ll have to wait until after we find out what happens in Avengers: Endgame. (And maybe we can also have answers as to why Steve Rogers shaved his beard?)

It’d just be nice to see Peter Parker alive and breathing and not in a pile of dust in Tony Stark’s hands, is all.

(image: Marvel Entertainment)

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