TheSpider-Man: Far From Hometrailer,which was full of spoilersandEaster eggs, debuted online on May 6, with aspoiler warningfrom Tom Holland at the beginning. When werevisited the first trailerafter knowing what panned out inEndgame, we noticed a heavier storyline hiding among the light-hearted teen hijanks. The second trailer, meanwhile, goes full spoiler and reveals just how Peter Parker — and the world — handles the aftermath ofEndgameand what Thanos’ snap may have meant for theuniverse as a whole.
The move makes sense.Spider-Man: Far From Hometrailers need to hit theaters before the movie comes out, but the only way to present them without essentially spoiling the plot of Endgame is to safely play themafter viewing.Marvel previously did this withCaptain America: The First Avenger, playing the trailer forAvengersas the post-credits scene,after a mid-credits scene with Cap and Nick Fury.Hungry Marvel fans something to look forward to.
Avengers: Endgamedebuted in theaters on April 26, sans a the typical Marvel post-credit scene. Instead the credits ended with a subtle moment,a homage to the first movie of the MCU.
Avengers: Endgameis out in theaters now.Spider-Man: Far From Homeswings into theaters on July 2.