The genius billionaire’s hidden workshop will be featured in the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home movie, starring Mr. Web Slinger himself, Tom Holland. The tragic ending of Avengers: Endgame showed Iron Man’s death and its impact on his comrades and family. Definitely one of the most heartbreaking scenes was when Peter Parker and Stark reunited only to be separated again, this time, for eternity.

 

Iron Man may be gone but his legacy will continue to be an integral part of the teenage superhero’s journey. Stark has been Parker’s role model since he was a kid, as revealed to be a retcon in Iron Man 2. We’ve seen how Stark upgrades Parker’s suit, the Iron Spider, and a couple of other gadgets to accompany the costume.

 

The new Spider-Man: Far From Home film takes place in the aftermath of the events in Avengers: Endgame. This is the last installment for the Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The story will revolve around Peter struggling to accept the idea of a world without his personal hero. He goes on a trip across the seas where he’ll meet Nick Fury (played by Samuel L. Jackson, who encourages him to embark on a mission to fill Tony’s boots.

 

In the latest issue of Total Film, it revealed Iron Man’s secret laboratory, situated at the back of the Stark Jet. Since the first Iron Man film, fans have seen most of Stark’s labs but never this one. In the latest trailer, we see Happy Hogan (played by Jon Favreau) and Peter together inside the jet, which apparently houses the mysterious workshop.

 

Since the Age of Ultron, Stark has been rarely seen tinkering with his suits. As someone who is passionately obsessed with his toys, he emerges with a newly developed Bleeding Edge armor in Avengers: Infinity War—a proof that he has been working on it secretly.

 

While nothing much has been revealed about Tony’s hidden laboratory, Peter will definitely find his way around the workshop, possibly design his own suit with the help of Tony’s artificial intelligence system—something the fans have been wishing to happen since Spidey’s first MCU appearance.

 

Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: Far From Home will hit theaters on July 2nd.