New scenes and the challenges of a hero mark another trailer of Spider-Man: Far From Home

The promotional material of Spider-Man: Far From Home does not want us to forget that Iron Man died in Avengers: Endgame. Whereas the new film by the Head of the Network will explore the consequences of the loss of Tony Stark in the life of Peter Parker, a new Spider-Man: Far From Home reminds us that the life of a hero is not simple, and sometimes they die.

Those words about the challenges of becoming a hero come courtesy of Mysterio, a bit strange considering that Quentin Beck is one of Spider-Man’s most famous villains. But remember that in this movie Mysterio will be presented as an ally, although with him nothing is to be trusted.

In addition to that, the new advancement of Spider-Man: Far From Home released in China shows new scenes of Peter in the different costumes that will be used in the film, including the stealth suit that will debut in his missions in Europe.

First reactions of Spider-Man: Far from Home qualify the tape as the best of the arachnid

Madrid, (Europa Press). Although Spider-Man: Far from House does not reach the cinemas until next July 4, there are already some lucky ones who have seen the sequel to the arachnid hero that Tom Holland plays. And the reactions are so enthusiastic as to affirm, without shame, that Far from home “surpasses the Spiderman 2 of Sam Raimi”, one of the most revered films of which Peter Parker stars.


According to one user, the film that closes Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe “has dethroned Sam Raimi’s Spiderman 2” as the best Spider-Man: Far from Home film. He also notes that “Holland is confirmed as the best Spidey to date.”

In fact, many have pointed out the work of the young interpreter who gives life from Captain America: Civil War to Peter Parker, as the user who states that Tom Holland “can bear the burden of the UCM” after Avengers: Endgame. Far from Casa is “the coda we need after Endgame, a glimpse of how the world is once the dust has settled,” says Angie Han, critic of Mashable.

Others also point to the good duo that make up Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal, Mysterio in the sequel to Spider-Man, a “lethal and amazing combo” according to Brandon Davis, critic of ComicBook. “Jake [Gyllenhaal] is an inspired casting hit for Mysterio,” says one user who also notes that “Zendaya’s MJ likes it as much as Shuri.”

But it is the outcome of the film that has most impacted those who have already seen it. “I loved the second half, of which I can not say anything, and also the final credits, of which, definitely, I can not say anything,” says another mysterious precocious spectator.