Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer debuts at CCXP


The first trailer for the Spider-Man sequel was revealed at CCXP, days before it’s expected to drop online. MCU fans are worried on how it will wrap up the Phase 3 storyline.

The debut trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home did not address the events of Avengers: Infinity War or Avengers: Endgame. The trailer was released at CCXP before it makes its way online. The newest Tom Holland starring sequel will be the first movie to be released following the events of Avengers: Endgame, making it the film that will kick off Phase 4.

Marvel Studios has been tight-lipped when it came to what would be following Avengers: Endgame in order to prevent spoilers. Sony and Marvel Studios have announced that the new Spider-Man movie would come just a few months after Endgame. 

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Far From Home has begun its marketing campaign, just as Avengers: Endgame started its own marketing push. Spidey’s promotions are going to be difficult, because Tom Holland’s Peter Parker was killed at the end of Infinity War. The new Avengers: Endgame trailer showed that he was still missing.

While Peter Parker is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, thanks to the deal made between Sony and Marvel, Spider-Man is still controlled by Sony. Marvel helps Sony with the development and producing of the story, they are not involved in the marketing aspect of the film.

Even though the sequel and the new Peter Parker exists in the MCU, Sony will be the one to profit off the box office success. Their focus now is to market Far From Home as a sequel to the box office hit Spider-Man: Homecoming. Sony still pushes Spider-Man’s MCU connections as a selling point, meaning it would not help Sony to spoil the MCU film, which brings back Spider-Man to life.  Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige will make sure that certain details of Endgame will not be leaked.

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Far From Home has been confirmed to pick up moments after the ending of Endgame. Trailers will probably be more focused on what Spider-Man is doing and not where he’s been.