The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home has officially been rated ahead of Sony's CCXP panel on Saturday, indicating an online release shortly after. While MCU fans are left waiting to find out if the Avengers 4 trailer will arrive this week or not, there's finally evidence to support the impending drop of a full trailer for Tom Holland's Spidey sequel.
Spider-Man: Homecoming made it clear that the interest in solo Spidey movies still exists after making close to $900 million worldwide. The critical and financial success of the film helped give Sony and Marvel confidence to move quickly on a sequel, and they'll do just that with Far From Home hitting theaters almost exactly two years after Homecoming. However, the movie has become an even larger talking point thanks to it being the first MCU movie to come out after Avengers 4 and the fact that Peter Parker is technically still a victim of Thanos' snap, the Decimation. Since the Avengers: Infinity War sequel is full of mystery, we are still in the dark on what the state of the MCU will be when Far From Home begins.
The first clues for this should come rather quickly though. Consumer Protection BC (via Trailer-Track) has officially rated the first full trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home. The trailer will run for two minutes and 30 seconds, indicating this will not be a short mysterious teaser. The rating comes days ahead of Sony's CCXP panel which was previously rumored to be the debut spot of the trailer. This looks even more likely now that the trailer has been rated and should mean that fans around the world will be able to see the trailer online shortly after it debuts in Brazil on Saturday.
There's already plenty of interest in Far From Home, but it will be fascinating to see what the first trailer does and does not show. Sony has both the stealth suit and new red and black design on display at CCXP, so fans shouldn't be surprised if either make an appearance in the trailer. Jake Gyllenhaal also recently confirmed his involvement as Mysterio with a hilarious video, so he should be heavily featured as well.
The big question for many in regards to Far From Home's trailer is how it will or won't address its post-Avengers 4 status. There's plenty of theories that Peter will be working for S.H.I.E.L.D. in the movie, but the organization is still defunct in the films and Nick Fury and Maria Hill are also snap victims. But, if Avengers 4 does end with major Avengers dying (such as Peter's mentor Iron Man), this will surely play a part in Far From Home's story thanks to it picking up "minutes after" the Phase 3 conclusion. This should lead to plenty of trailer analysis for Spider-Man: Far From Home after it debuts on Saturday - especially if the Avengers 4 trailer isn't out by then.
- 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