The director of “Spider-Man: Far From Home” reveals Peter Parker’s biggest responsibility after “Avengers: Endgame”

Spider-Man Far from Home

After helping save the universe in Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker just wants to be a child and pause in the responsibility of being a hero, but Nick Fury has different plans.

The director of the film, Jon Watts, commented in a recent interview with Fandango how the personality of Spider-Man will continue to be developed in Far From Home:

“You know that in the last movie it was like he was ready to move forward, but the world was saying no, now Spider-Man: Far From Home the world is asking him to show up, and he’s not sure he’s ready for that level of responsibility.”

“He’s still a 16-year-old boy from Queens, it’s something I can relate to, I remember being a child and desperately wanting to be treated like an adult, but then, suddenly, they treat you like an adult and then you realize that maybe it was better when they treated you as a child, once you cross that threshold, there’s no turning back. “

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