You will once again get warned by Tom Holland not to watch this Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer before Avengers: Endgame upon watching, & for good reason. First, is this all takes place after knowing if Tony Stark's demise. Second, it also let us know a multi-verse has been created due to the events of Endgame 's snap. That's where we're introduced to Mysterio from another dimension. Dosen't make me trust the character any more, but apparently in his dimension he's a good guy. I'm loving this trailer. We're really gonna start testing some waters of comicbookdom that non-comic fans haven't been in yet. Tickets also went on sale today. Join the battle, I learned form Endgame, got mine immediately. One thing that worries me though, is this next step in Marvel is a big one. We seem to be in a place where we're getting further away from a true starting place. I'm cool with that, & as many people have seen these judging by Box-offices, so are they. You begin to wonder if these will get to a point where they intimidate new watchers. It's a lot of catch up for a beginner to enjoy Avengers: Endgame. That's only gonna keep getting bigger. I been on this ride form the jump though, so I can't wait. Let's dive into some sci-fi comics. This trailer is all the things we'd expect from a Spider-Man sequel, & a lot more. It's hinting on the same world building level as Civil War was. What do y'all think though? About the trailer, or this very sci-fi future the Marvel Universe is heading into? Put it in the comments, like, & share.Read More
Tom Holland has been known to let some things slip when it comes to movie spoilers. So when I saw on Instagram that he'd recieved the script for the sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming , I figured I'd wait over the weekend to see of we got more than the title. Alas, we did not. We do now know it's titled Spider-Man: Far From Home though. Probably a nod to reports already telling us this film will take Spidey abroad, but Feige went on to announce like the first, this one has multiple meanings. Which immediately makes me remember that this will be one of the first films chronologically to deal with the fallout of Avengers 4 . Whatever it will be called. Can't believe we got this title before that one. It really must be something special. John Campea also mentioned the what I thought was just the inevitable new costume the other day. Thinking about what he said with the name of the film. It seems a little more of a big deal. He mentioned this suit as a coming of manhood to an extent. Also a form of "far from home". The name's as good as Homecoming was. In which, it's a name. As much as I loved the first movie, that title just never really stuck for me. This one's kinda the same. It's not a bad name, but it doesn't just grab me by title alone either. Movie's still probably going to be great again. I'll just probably once again forget the surname, & go with Spider-Man 2. Or something to that extent. That's me, what do y'all think though? Put it in the comments, like & share.
UPDATE: THR reports the character Gyllenhaal will play is none other than Mysterio. With two of my favorite childhood movies being FX & FX2 , adding the villain known for special effects use is right up my alley. This is even more exciting than the addition of Gyllenhaal himself. Sinister 6 might finally see the light after all.
Jake Gyllenhaal is finally about to dive into the comic-book universe. Variety reports the Oscar-nominated actor is set to join the sequel to Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. It’s currently unknown who he's playing, but sources say he would be the new villain. If so he'll join Michael Keaton, who will be returning to reprise his role of Vulture. Tom Holland is returning to play Peter Parker, with Zendaya and Marisa Tomei also coming back for the sequel. Jon Watts is back as director with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley taking on the script. I absolutely loved Spider-Man Homecoming . Not only is everyone coming back a plus, but this addition is great. Gyllenhaal has been one of my favorite actors since Donnie Darko. I can't wait to see whose shoes he'll be filling. Let the internet begin. His consistency is off the charts though. So I'm sure whatever it is, it will be rememberable. Any thoughts on this addition? Put 'em in the comments, like, & share.