The much-anticipated second trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home arrived this morning and though it’s still reeling from Avengers: Endgame, the Marvel fandom was sent into another meltdown by the promo, which revealed the many ways that the sequel will deal with the fallout of the mammoth crossover event.
Most of all, it’ll see Peter Parker utterly crushed by Tony Stark’s death, as the opening scene finds the wall-crawler breaking down in a chat with Happy Hogan about how much he misses his mentor. And the fans weren’t ready for it.
*marvel drops the ffh trailer*
literally seconds into the trailer: “everywhere i go, i see his face. i miss him”
— 𝑒𝓂 ४ ✪ ꘩ ᗢ || saw endgame (@highkeybucky) May 6, 2019
Then, just when you thought it was safe, they go and show Peter wearing the shades Tony wore in Avengers: Infinity War.
— Wee ! (@Celery_Wee) May 6, 2019
Not that the trailer was all heartbreak, though. As you’d expect, it also teased a funny, thrilling movie, and here’s something more light-hearted that Peter’s inherited from Iron Man: a knack for ignoring Nick Fury’s phone calls.
— ⎊ izzy died at endgame ⎊ (@PepperonyyPotts) May 6, 2019
Speaking of Fury, he nabs the best line in the whole trailer.
“bitch please you’ve been to space”
this movie isn’t even out yet but it’s already so iconic pic.twitter.com/YCKpY0ykqe
— gaby 🕸 ENDGAME !!! (@spjdeyhollands) May 6, 2019
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We also can’t wait to see how Spidey handles the Elementals invading Europe. Cue some epic action scenes.
— i ⎊ | endgame spoilers (@starkanddanvers) May 6, 2019
Oh, and can we all just appreciate how good Jake Gyllenhaal looks in his Mysterio get-up. The MCU could have a new iconic villain on its hands.
— marzia ⎊ (@tolkienxweisz) May 6, 2019
The trailer also features a major reveal about Mysterio, with Nick Fury dropping the bombshell that Quentin Beck is from another Earth in the Marvel multiverse. This could be a huge deal for the MCU but, knowing Mysterio’s reputation as a master of illusions and a gifted actor, some fans aren’t taking the information at face value.
If there's anything that years of Spider-Man comics tells us, it's that when a man in a fishbowl suit shows up and says things like "I AM FROM ANOTHER EARTH, LOOK AT MY MAGIC," that he is, in fact, not telling the truth.
— Spencer Perry (@TheSpencerPerry) May 6, 2019
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Finally, this last tweet sums up a lot of feelings right now. Spider-Man 2? Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? They’re tough to beat, but this Far From Home trailer makes it look like the movie has it all and might even manage to become the best Spidey film of them all.
— 💎Yahya💎 (@LILG96958980) May 6, 2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home reaches theaters on July 2nd and after seeing the latest trailer, we can’t wait to find out what else Marvel has in store for us.