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Peter Parker is dead. After Thanos snapped his fingers at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man (Tom Holland) went up in dust in the arms of Tony Stark. But somehow, the webslinger returns in Spider-Man: Far From Home, coming to theaters this summer. Of course, that doesn’t necessarily mean Peter Parker is back from the dead, especially since Marvel Studios has gone to great lengths to ensure that no one know when in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline the sequel takes place. But thanks to some new Spider-Man Far From Home details, what we do know is Spidey has a little growing up to do, and Nick Fury is going to make sure of that.
USA Today recently did a quick profile on Spider-Man: Far From Home as part of their summer movie preview. Unfortunately, Jon Watts played coy on how Avengers: Endgame impacts or sets up the wallcrawler’s return. The director only offered up the fact that Peter Parker “will have been through a lot” by the time this European vacation comes around. That seems to imply what we’re already thinking, but we’ll just have to wait and see how Avengers: Endgame plays out.
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Thankfully, Watts wasn’t so quiet when it came to discussing other elements of the Spider-Man sequel. Since Spider-Man: Homecoming saw Peter Parker making the decision to stay a little closer to the ground instead of flying high as a member of The Avengers, this time he’s going to be balancing the desire to keep his teenage life intact for a little longer and dealing with superhero responsibilities when Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and his former SHIELD cohort Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) recruit him for a little espionage. Watts explained:
“I have this memory of being a kid and wanting so desperately to be...
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