The first reactions to the very last MCU instalment of 2019 are in and, shocking no one, they’re mostly gushing.
While we’ll have to wait to see Spider-Man: Far From Home for ourselves when July finally shows up with whatever tiresome weather it has in store trailing behind it like a mischievous shadow creature, press screenings have very much been underway, showcasing Peter Parker’s second solo movie spawned from the ongoing partnership between Sony and Marvel.
What does a post-Endgame world look like in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? We’re about to find out.
Homecoming‘s Jon Watts returns to direct Tom Holland as a less neighborhood-based Spidey on a school trip to Europe, where Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury collars him and asks him to “step up” and help save the world from a mysterious gang of villains called the Elementals. The iconic Mysterio also pops up from another dimension to lend a helping hand, but he may not be the most trustworthy team player.
The consensus seems to be that Spider-Man: Far From Home is a fun old time at the pictures, that Gyllenhaal absolutely nails the character of Mysterio, and that the post-credit scenes will leave you reeling.
No spoilers here, merely a collection of feelings from people who have seen it:
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Spider-Man: Far From Home opens on July 2. The full schedule of upcoming Marvel movies can be found here.