With the final-like Avengers: Endgame now in cinemas, the next Marvel movie is on Spider-Man's agenda: Far from Home of July. The trailer came out in January when the only concrete information we had for Endgame was fan theories and dust in the wind. The first trailer seemed to be in the same direction as Homecoming : Less destruction of the world, carefree teen frolics.
But with regard to Endgame 's spoiler-heavy end, a remake of the Fern From trailer, Peter Parker tells a heavier story, not just a happy trumpet around Europe ,
[ Ed. Note: This post contains important spoilers for Avengers: Endgame !]
First The important thing is: we're still not quite sure when this one Movie in the MCU timeline plays, or if it ever takes place in the main reality. But until an official commentary by Kevin Feige himself was submitted, we can only guess that behind the scenes of the sequel to the sequel.
An 2017 Interview by Fandom with Sony President Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige in the Aftermath of [19459003Spider-Man:Homecoming stated that Spider-Man: Far from Home after Endgame took place.
"I think we should focus on this Spider-Man who started in the Civil War and then has this movie and will be seen in the Avengers movie. And we're starting now with the next, which will start as a story a few minutes after the rebuilding of Avengers 4 "Pascal said. (And at a recent event in Shanghai, Feige clarified that Far From Home means "the end of the third phase", which suggests how the film can be thematically related to the MCU.)  If All Tell the Truth, We Can Make a Conjecture: Spider-Man: Far From Hom It takes place after the events of Endgame in or after the year 2023, when the Affected The decimation returns to normalcy. The whole performance is grim … but you do not get much of that from the first trailer of the blockbuster.
The trick begins with a charity party hosted by Aunt May and Spider-Man. When the trailer debuted for the first time, we noticed that Stark Industries' giant check Happy Hogan bears the signature of Sport Pepper Potts instead of Tony. Sure, CEO Pepper probably does more of Tony's business than Tony, but now we know a little detail that confirms a long-standing theory: Tony Stark is dead.
When the trailer jumps to the pack scenes, beats Peter's reluctance to bring his suit, and the perseverance he only wants to take on a trip with his friends beats all the harder. It used to be a typical behavior for teenagers: high school is coming to an end, we spend some time with our friends in college!
Now we know that this is not the case. Peter was just exterminated, returned five years later in an intense battle, and watched as a mentor and father figure died. That's heavy stuff.
All the little things Peter does – the long-lasting look on his suit, the way he shakes his head and closes the closet door – have an extra dimension. This is not a case where a teenager evades responsibility to spend a nice vacation. This is a boy who has had a deeply traumatic experience and just wants to forget it. There is not really anyone around him who will understand the heroic life, but surely everyone is a little shocked after the decimation.
Even Peter's interactions with his friends are rewired from Endgame . He seems to be almost cautious in their environment, especially with his crushed MJ (Zendaya). Keep in mind that half of Peter's classmates are five years old and are now finishing college. Sure, the magic of the movies means that the people he's actually friends with were caught, but that does not mean that this trip is likely to mean more to all those involved. While they were deleted from existence, half of their classmates grew up. If this is not the call to take a trip through Europe with friends who are not looking for a job after graduation, I do not know what is.
Then there's the hero stuff. When Peter actively avoids his obligations to deal with his trauma and not just let off like a teenager, then Nick Fury, who finds out and scolds him for not showing up, appears a little harsh. On the other hand, it may be a call to action that Peter needs.
Happy Hogan's speech to Peter, however, feels more like the gentle nudge he needs to be back in heroic play. It's hard to say where the language falls in the larger context of the film, but it resonates.
"You are all alone," says Happy Hogan. "Your friends are in trouble. What will you do about it? "
We do not know what role Mysterio plays in this film, but he is initially positioned as a hero saving the day from big, elemental monsters. With the loss of his tech-savvy mentor, it's not hard to imagine Peter hanging on to another hero – or looking at him with special contempt. The sidelight that Peter gives to his friend, who calls Mysterio "Iron Man and Thor in One", perhaps speaks to the grief that Peter still feels. You can not just compare this random stranger to the recently deceased Iron Dad!
What was once a quirky trailer now has a heavier weight, almost as if the humor overcame Peter's deep trauma. We're still looking for a second trailer and now that Endgame is in theaters, maybe the next look at Spider-Man: Far From Home does not shy away from emotional impact ,
Spider-Man: Far From Home is on the market on July 2nd.