Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer is Released at Last

“Europe doesn’t really need a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.”

Sony and Marvel Studios fails to trigger fans’ spidey-senses in their unexpected reveal of “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” The sequel to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” features Tom Holland’s Peter Parker traveling the world on a school trip. From Queens to Venice, Italy, our teen-hero swears off the suit for a well-desired vacation.

Upbeat music (“I Wanna Be Sedated” by Ramones, the same group whose song “Blitzkrieg Bop” was featured in “Spider-Man: Homecoming”) brings the scene to life as Peter socializes with familiar faces like Ned and MJ, with whom he’s been getting pretty close with since his situation with Liz in the last movie. Ned toys around with his first time being in love until the trailer enters a dark hotel room and a dart tranquilizes the witty friend.

From the shadows, Nick Fury turns Peter’s vacation upside down, giving him a stylish new red-and-black suit, as opposed to his usual red-and-blue one. The trailer picks up with epic music and features a total of four new villains known to Spider-Man fans: Sand-Man, Molten-Man, Mysterio, and Hydro-Man.

Nick Fury compliments Peter on his great abilities, but questions the duty at hand and whether or not Peter will be able to handle it. With that, the final villain, Mysterio, strangely lends Spider-Man a hand while fighting in Venice. He claims:  “You don’t want any part of this.”

The action-packed trailer definitely has fans amped up for the movie’s release this summer, but it begs the question: When is this movie actually coming out?

Marvel fans have all likely seen arguably the biggest movie of its cinematic history: “Avengers: Infinity War.” They are well aware that Peter Parker was wiped out with half of all living things. To see him and the rest of humanity seemingly unaffected by the movie’s catastrophic events makes people guess that “Spider-Man: Far From Home” comes after the next “Avengers” movie, “Avengers: Endgame.”

If this is the case, then Tony Stark’s absence in the movie, having been a critical part in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” has fans worried about his fate in “Avengers: Endgame.”

We’ll only be certain when Spider-Man swings into theaters on July 5th!