Some brand-new images from Spider-Man: Far from Home have been released by Sony. The highly anticipated movie is now less than a month away from hitting theaters and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are starting to shift their focus to the sequel. Avengers: Endgame is starting to die down at the box office, which puts some added pressure on Far From Home to deliver the goods while simultaneously getting more people into theaters to check out Endgame one last time in an effort to become the highest grossing movie of all time.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is preparing to officially close out the MCU's Phase 3 and Sony has just released some new images to promote the movie. Peter Parker, Mysterio, Ned, MJ, Nick Fury, Maria Hill, and others are spotted in the high quality images as they travel around Europe. While the sequel may start with a European vacation, things change pretty fast as the Elementals are introduced, wreaking havoc across Europe.

Avengers: Endgame left MCU fans with an emotional sendoff to some of their favorite heroes, so Spider-Man: Far From Home will more than likely end on a happier note. We know Peter Parker (and the world) is mourning the loss of Tony Stark, but it is believed he will rise above to become the hero that everybody needs, learning from what Stark taught him over the years, while getting to play with some of his toys at the same time. With that being said, there's still the mystery surrounding Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio character. He is portrayed as a villain in the comics and he is shown as an ally in the promotional material for the sequel.

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Thanos' snap is the reason that the Elementals are on Earth, according to Tom Holland. Mysterio is from another version of Earth, so there have been rumors that Spider-Man: Far From Home could introduce another version of the character, possibly one who isn't out to help Peter Parker and crew. Obviously, this is just a rumor for now, but it seems Endgame changed the MCU forever and it will have some major implications when Phase 4 arrives next year.

Spider-Man: Far From Home opens in theaters July 2nd in North America and June 28th in China, so beware of spoilers hitting the internet soon after. Marvel Studios has been doing a good job at keeping everything under wraps and Tom Holland should be commended for doing the same. The young actor doesn't have the best track record when it comes to leaking sensitive material to MCU fans. He seems to have turned over a new leaf and did not leak anything having to do with Endgame and is continuing to do a good job with Spider-Man: Far From Home. You can check out the images from the sequel below, thanks to Sony Pictures.

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