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Spider-Man Far From Home Teaser Trailer: Your Favorite Spidie Is Here And Alive!

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The ‘Spider-Man Far From Home’ teaser trailer is here and the fans have totally lost it with all the speculations and excitement at the probability of their favorite Spidie being alive, as opposed to what we saw in Avengers Infinity War where Thanos decimates Spider-man a.k.a Tom Holland along with many other Avengers.

Set to release on July 5th, 2 months after Avengers: End Game, the teaser trailer of the movie has given the fans some hope. The teaser opens to a rather fun and adventurous tone,  wherein Peter Parker is all set for a school trip to Europe with his friends without his suit.

Enters Nick Fury (Samuel Jackson) hijacking Peter’s a.k.a Spider-Man’s summer vacation, finally meets him and takes him for a drive to make him realise his gifts and get on with his job to help and save his friends from Mysterio played by Jake Gyllenhaal. The trailer gives no hint about the other Avengers, especially Tony Stark a.k.a Iron Man who happens to be Spider-Man’s mentor.

Directed by John Watts, the movie also stars Zendaya, J.B. Smoove, John Favreau, Cobie Smulders, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr, Marisa Tomei in pivotal roles.

This year is going to be a high for Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Avengers fans with Captain Marvel releasing on March 8th and Avengers: End Game on 24th April.

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