Spider-Man: Far From Home Created A Big Avengers: Endgame Plot Hole

Avengers: Endgame

It’s only been out in theaters a few days now, but look out, for here come the Spider-Man: Far From Home fan theories and Titan-sized plot hole discoveries!

As expected, Spidey’s second solo film has killed it at the box office, bringing in almost $200 million in its opening weekend. That means theaters have not only been packed with first-time viewers of the movie, but also those superfans who love going multiple times, for various reasons. One of which is to try to find the next big plot hole, scandal or fan theory. And to those folks, we salute you and your hard work.

The latest continuity error, or whatever you want to call it, has been created by a lady named E.D.I.T.H. Or, from one of the funniest parts of a very funny movie, Even Dead I’m The Hero. The glasses worn by Tony Stark in last year’s Infinity War had at some time been upgraded by the brilliant billionaire before his untimely death. They’re passed down to Peter Parker at the beginning of Far From Home and boy, do they cause some trouble. We won’t go into all that, though.

What we will discuss, however, is a potential plot hole found by the guys over at ComicBook. The E.D.I.T.H. specs give Peter control over an insane number of armed drones, satellites and all sorts of Stark tech. The question is, seeing how Tony had these glasses all this time, why didn’t he use those killer drones at some point between the events of Infinity War and his death?

We can only assume Stark created the tech somewhere in those five years between the Snap and the Blip, with the sole intention of giving it to Peter if he died. Sure, they all would’ve been obliterated by Ebony Maw and his magical hands anyways, but still, they could’ve come in a little handy, right?

As ComicBook.com puts it:

Because Stark dies making a last stand against Thanos and his army in Endgame, his E.D.I.T.H. system had to have been created by the time of the attack on Avengers Headquarters — and because the battle was already an all-hands-on-deck situation even before the “blipped” superheroes were willed back into existence, it stands to reason Stark could have utilized E.D.I.T.H. and the drones during the events of Endgame.

Tell us, though, did this plot hole bother you while watching Spider-Man: Far From Home, or did you not even notice it?