The first Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer just premiered at Brazil Comic-Con. Sadly, only those who were there get to see it for now, with Sony/Marvel holding back on the online release. However, the stars in attendance teased a lot of interesting details about the characters. Jake Gyllenhaal is joining the film as the mysterious Mysterio, and apparently his suit -- like Gretchen Wieners' hair -- will be full of secrets. Here's what Gyllenhall said:
Jake Gyllenhaal shared his suit teases via a Spider-Man: Far From Home panel. Collider was there, and said the trailer ends with a shot of Gyllenhaal as Mysterio in the suit.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) both shared more funny details about the suit in a video interview with Omelete. Here's scoop on the unexpected disco setting of Mysterio's suit:
It sounds like Spider-Man: Far From Home is going to go out of its way to surprise us. Not only does Mysterio's suit have secrets, Mysterio himself is already throwing us for a loop. It was revealed via the actors at this Comic-Con that Mysterio -- presumed to be the villain -- was actually hired by Nick Fury and works with Peter Parker.
Tom Holland revealed that his stealth suit -- which he calls "the comfy suit" was designed by Nick Fury, although he wouldn't explain what it was designed to do "because it's a secret." (Finally, Tom Holland has learned to stop spoiling.) However, he added some teases on his own new suit:
Jacob Batalon, who plays Peter Parker's best friend Ned, shared more details on the plot of Spider-Man: Far From Home:
That's very different from what fans may have expected from Mysterio and Peter Parker. Watch more from the stars' Omelete interview toward the start of this video:
Spider-Man: Far From Home will eventually release a trailer to the rest of us. For now, we have to wait. The Sony/Marvel film will open July 5, 2019. Here are more amazing movies to look forward to in 2019.
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