We’re currently less than two months away from the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which is now the only film left on the MCU’s 2019 slate. We can therefore expect Sony to up their promotion for Peter Parker’s solo outing in the coming weeks, starting with a new trailer that’s predicted to drop very soon.
In the meantime, fans have noticed that the AMC Theatres website has introduced a provisional runtime of 2 hours and 15 minutes for the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel. Now, to be clear, this certainly shouldn’t be taken as confirmation of the movie’s length, and there’s a very good chance that this number will change in the next couple of months. Still, you can perhaps see it as a helpful ballpark for the kind of runtime we can expect.
Either way, 135 minutes would be pretty standard for a non-Avengers MCU movie, falling just short of Captain America: The Winter Soldier (136 minutes) and slightly above Black Panther (134 minutes). The figure would also make Far From Home just a couple of minutes longer than Homecoming (133 minutes).
Based on all we’ve seen and heard, we can expect Peter to spend much of his runtime fighting Elementals across Europe, while trying to hide his identity from his classmates. We also know that Tom Holland’s character will have an unlikely ally in Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio, though given the pair’s comic book history, we probably shouldn’t expect them to stay friends for long.
Regardless, we’ll find out how Peter and Quentin fare as a duo when Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 2nd. But for now, keep an eye out for that trailer, which is likely to come out at the start of next week.