Tom Holland has confirmed the completion of principal photography on director Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Far From Home.
As the sequel to the 2017 hit Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the first film in Marvel Studios' Phase Four plans, there's a lot riding on Far From Home. After all, it arrives in the wake of Avengers 4, which promises to leave the Marvel Cinematic Universe dramatically changed.
After earlier posting a photo of himself walking onto the set for the last day of production, Holland with a shot in new black-and-red suit, standing alongside Zendaya. "THATS A WRAP," he wrote.
Watts is back in the director's chair for the second part of what is thought to be a Spider-Man trilogy. The end of Homecoming put the pieces in place for the possible formation of the Sinister Six, but audiences will have to wait and see how many of Peter Parker's enemies make it into Far From Home.
The globe-trotting adventure is rumored to feature such foes as Mysterio, Chameleon, Hydro-Man and Molten Man, along with the return of Vulture and Scorpion, which means there will be plenty of danger for the wall-crawler. Such MCU favorites as Nicky Fury, Maria Hill and and Happy Hogan are also part of the ensemble.
Spider-Man: Far From home wraps just days after Joe and Anthony Russo completed reshoots on Avengers 4. How the concluding part of the fight with Thanos ties into Far From Home remains to be seen, but as it stands, Peter's next adventure is set to start just minutes after Avengers 4 concludes.
Now that the movie's three-month shoot has finished, fans will have to wait patiently for the first tease of Far From Home footage. Apart from a few shots of Jake Gyllenhaal in his Mysterio suit and leaked videos of the movie's stunts, no one is any closer to understanding the plot of Far From Home.
Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jake Gyllenhaal, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Remy Hii, and Tony Revolori. It arrives in theaters July 5, 2019.