Published On: Sun, Jan 20th, 2019

First ‘Spider-Man Far From Home’ trailer, poster, photos

In addition to the first trailer, Sony Pictures unveiled the very first Spider-Man: Far from Home poster. Check out all of the new stuff below.

Far from Home sees Homecoming helmer Jon Watts returning to the director’s chair, and the story finds Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his friends and schoolmates traveling abroad to Europe for a summer vacation. While there, however, villainous Elementals wreak havoc on the continent, and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) recruits a mysterious man who goes by the name of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) to aid Parker in saving the world once again.

In addition to the first look at these Elementals (Hydro Man, Molten Man and Sandman, for example), fans get their first look at Gyllenhaal and Mysterio in action.

Mysterio was introduced in comics in Amazing Spider-Man No. 13 back in 1964. A creation of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, the villain was a show-biz reject who used special-effects tech to first frame Spider-Man for a series of robberies and then to defeat him in battle.

This poster is really fun, leaning into the whole “summer vacation” vibe of the film as the iconic Spider-Man mask is covered in travel stickers.

The film also stars Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, Colbie Smulders, Angourie Rice, Martin Starr, JB Smoove.

Spider-Man: Far from Home opens in theaters on July 5th.

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