49 Hi-Res Stills Take Us Closer To The Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

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The trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home is finally here and it doesn’t disappoint. As has long been known from a plot summary and the shooting locations, this summer’s sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming will see the webslinger on a European tour of sorts, stopping off in London, Prague and Venice. However, we now have a much better idea of the structure of the movie, how Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio is going to work and what Spidey will be up to. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, then be sure to check it out above. Once you’ve done so, have a flick through the gallery below and take in some of the smaller details.

There’s a lot to unpack in here, but one of the most interesting things for Spidey fans is a better look at the various suits he’ll be wearing through the film. First and foremost is the classic one from Homecoming, but then we’ve got the new red and black and stealth suits. Judging from the trailer, we now have a decent idea where he’ll be getting them from as well and why he’s switching up his style.

In an early shot, we see him leaving his Homecoming suit in the closet before departing, only to have Nick Fury hijack his vacation in Venice. Presumably, there’s superhero work that needs to be done, and I’m sure Fury will be all too eager to provide an updated costume for Peter to squeeze into.

The trailer also provides some more details of what these suits will allow our hero to do. The red and black one appears to use the webbing under the arms for a wingsuit effect, which should give Spider-Man more mobility in the air (which should prove useful in London, with its relative lack of skyscrapers to swing off). The black stealth suit, meanwhile, appears to have mechanical goggles that can flick on and off, though right now I can’t see any practical use for them other than looking cool.

It’s also neat to get a proper glimpse at Gyllenhaal in costume as Mysterio. Fans have been saying that he looks a bit like Thor, and if Mysterio’s a special effects technician like he is in the comics, then I have no doubt that the resemblance is intentional.

Tell us, have you spotted anything particularly interesting in the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer? Let us know down below.

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