The latest Spider-Man: Far from Home TV spot features Peter Parker laying out his summer plans to Ned. Parker's plans obviously get shoved to the side when all hell breaks loose on his European summer trip with his classmates, showing the young hero's poor timing. In addition, a new IMAX poster has been released with the focus placed on Tom Holland's Parker, Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio, and Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury. There are some passport stamps thrown in for good measure, which tie into the whole European trip storyline.
Much like Peter Parker's summer plans in Spider-Man: Far From Home, they are interrupted in the new TV spot. Every time Parker tries to reveal a plan to Ned, the footage shifts to some European action or MJ calling Parker out for being Spider-Man. The point comes across perfectly: this isn't going to be the vacation Peter thought he was going to get after the events of Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Instead, Nick Fury is putting him to work and teaming him up with Mysterio.
Along with the Spider-Man: Far From Home IMAX poster, it was revealed that the sequel has been specially formatted for the IMAX screens. Approximately 40 minutes of the movie will have the picture expand and reveal 26% more screen, which is huge for fans who enjoy the immersive experience of heading to an IMAX theater for a big action movie. This is an added incentive to Marvel Cinematic Universe fans who might end up having to see the movie more than once on the big screen.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is all set to officially be the final movie in the MCU's Phase 3. Many fans believed Avengers: Endgame was going to be the one to close it out, but Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige clarified things for everybody recently. With that being said, MCU fans are hoping Far From Home will give a glimpse into the mysterious upcoming Phase 4, or at the very least, a tease of what's to come. If not, fans will have to wait for Feige to reveal the upcoming slate later this summer, possibly at San Diego Comic-Con and the D23 Expo. Endgame did not feature a traditional mid or post-credit scenes.
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 2nd in North America, but will open at the end of this month in China. Plus, press screenings will be taking place next week, which means spoilers are going to be out there really soon. MCU fans who are looking to go into the sequel blind may want to shy away from visiting certain sites and social media platforms. Some fans might want to stay away from watching or reading any Tom Holland interviews as an added bit of protection. You can watch the latest Spider-Man: Far From Home TV spot and check out the IMAX poster below, thanks to the Jayden Marvel YouTube channel.