Production on Spider-Man: Far From Home is done. Marvel and Sony successfully relaunched Spider-Man with Tom Holland playing the third live-action Peter Parker in 2016. His quick appearance in Captain America: Civil War set the stage for his solo movie Spider-Man: Homecoming to be a huge hit and fast track a sequel. The followup movie is coming out next year and is set minutes after Avengers 4. How Spider-Man is brought back to life in that movie remains to be seen, but he's going on an international adventure after.
Far From Home has been filming throughout the summer across the pond and just recently made the transition back to the states and the New York streets. No matter where production was set, set photos and videos were constantly making their way online. They've revealed Peter's Noir inspired suit and another black and red design, not to mention the first look at Mysterio's costume. These leaks are now going to stop since there's nothing left to film.
Tom Holland has been teasing all day that this is the last day filming Spider-Man: Far From Home. UPDATE: Holland has now made a post on Instagram confirming Far From Home has wrapped:
This marks the end of nearly a three-month shoot for Far From Home, which is pretty impressive considering the multiple locations they traveled to. Holland was the star of many of the set looks, but there's also been quite a few that focused on what appears to be a blossoming relationship with Zendaya's Michelle. Of course, Peter's other classmates, like Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori) and Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), are returning, with Ned's story possibly developing a major comic book relationship. New cast members like JB Smoove and Crazy Rich Asians' Remy Hii were not often the focus of the set photos, but both were present for much of production.
Now that director Jon Watts has finished filming his sequel, the interest of fans will turn from what the set revealed to when some official information will come. Holland's spoiler tendencies could mean fans are just a random (or planned) social media post away from learning more. Either way, marketing for Far From Home is expected to begin by the end of the year, and Sony could very well release the first teaser trailer in time to attach it to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's theatrical run. Between the trailer and maybe some first look images, the Spider-Man: Far From Home excitement will only continued to be fueled the rest of the year.
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- Captain Marvel (2019) release date: Mar 08, 2019
- The Avengers 4 / Avengers: Endgame (2019) release date: Apr 26, 2019
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) release date: Jul 05, 2019