Now playing: Watch this: Spider-Man: Far From Home teaser trailer shows a globetrotting. But one thing we can count on: Tom Holland's Peter Parker will remain a reliable constant of thwips, wisecracks, and teenage innocence. Except (and here's where the disappointment comes in) only the first two of those actually got released though. This isn't the first time we've seen this passport, but we just wanted to point out that Peter's birthday is August 10. A passport which, it turns out, would not get past any border control in the world. We know that Sony apparently wanted to make this movie ASAP, while Marvel Studios had wanted to wait a little bit longer following what happened in Avengers: Infinity War. However, notice that the year of his birth and also the years for when the passport is issued and expired has been removed. If the trailer of Avengers: Infinity War sequel had Tony Stark drifting in space and oxygen soon to run out, Spider-Man trailer has him as a no-show.
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Our prayers have been answered, Spider-Man is alive! It's unclear, but I do like the idea of this particular Spider-Man movie taking the action out of NYC-Spidey's stomping grounds-and moving him overseas. The film is now set to arrive on 5 July, as confirmed by the new poster.
Plus, of course, this is a Sony production rather than a Marvel one, so they're not beholden to keeping any secrets, but simply promoting their movies as best as possible.
Avengers Endgame is released in United Kingdom cinemas on April 26.
Holland debuted the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home on his personal Instagram page via Instagram Live.