Peter Parker Fights the Elementals in First Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

Behold, Spidey-fans; Sony has dropped the first Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer. The youngest member of the Avengers has returned from the dead (somehow) after the events in Avengers: Infinity War and has taken his talents abroad. Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his high school pals are on a school trip to Europe, but you know that wherever Peter goes trouble awaits. The poor kid has already had to fight against Captain America in Germany (Captain America: Civil War), best the Vulture (Michael Keaton) in Spider-Man: Homecoming, and go into outer space to fight the universe’s most powerful supervillain, Thanos, in Infinity War. The kid hasn’t even gotten his high school diploma yet. Things get no easier in Far From Home, where Peter finds himself fighting elemental creatures from outer space that are terrorizing the good people of Europe. He’s tapped by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) to fight these bizarre beings, making Peter wish he was back in Queens taking down bank robbers.

The trailer is brisk, fun and snappy; much, much closer to Homecoming than Infinity War. We only glimpse Jake Gyllenhaal‘s Mysterio briefly—he reminds us of Alfred Molina’s Dr. Octopus from Spider-Man 2, a brilliant, once good man who became a major villain. Far From Home follows the game-changing Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, two very different films exploring two very different Spider-Man realms. Far from Home looks to be breezy and sun-lit compared to the Russo Brothers somber, MCU-shaking Infinity War.

We’ve embedded the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer below. The film opens July 5, 2019, and also stars returning champions Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, and Marisa Tomei, with newcomers Cobie Smulders, Angourie Rice, Martin Starr, JB Smoove, and the aforementioned Jake Gyllenhaal.

Featured image: Tom Holland is Peter Parker, in Columbia Pictures’ SPIDER-MAN:™ FAR FROM HOME. Tom Holland is Peter Parker, in Columbia Pictures’ SPIDER-MAN:™ FAR FROM HOME. Courtesy of Sony Pictures


Bryan Abrams

Bryan Abrams is the Editor-in-chief of The Credits. He's run the site since its launch in 2012. He lives in New York.

The Credits

Keep up with The Credits for the latest in film, television, and streaming.

If you are a California resident, California law may consider certain disclosures of data a “sale” of your personal information (such as cookies that help Motion Picture Association later serve you ads, like we discuss in our Privacy Policy here), and may give you the right to opt out. If you wish to opt out, please click here: