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Trailer Release Of Spider-Man: Far From Home Delayed

Spider Man Far From Home Teaser Poster

After the first glance, early December seems like it’s far too early for Marvel Studios to promote Spider-Man: Far From Home, especially when you take Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame into consideration.

With Comin Con Experience already underway in Brazil and the fact that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is all set to release in theaters, there’s never been a better time and place to premiere the first look at Peter’s next big-screen adventure. Sony had earlier made plans to roll out the first trailer for Far From Home, but now it seems like those plans have changed.

According to Daniel RPK, who’s a trusted industry tipster, the trailer has been delayed or rather its online rollout has. Apparently, it’ll still be shown during the CCXP, but won’t make its way onto the Internet until a later date. The date of release is yet to be confirmed but a few insiders believe that it will happen at some point next week.

However, regardless of anything, when it finally arrives, it’ll be interesting to see the hype it manages to garner so soon after the release of Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame recently. Obviously, Spider-Man’s a wildly popular character, but many fans are seeing Far From Home as the Ant-Man and the Wasp of 2019 Marvel films. In simpler words, it’s looking like the fun, relatively ‘minor’ entry that comes in the wake of a big solo debut (Captain Marvel) and a world-dominating Avengers film (Endgame).

One can sense the excitement swirling around the MCU as a whole right now, and with another three Marvel heavy-hitters slated for 2019, MCU is in fantastic shape as it prepares itself for Phase 4. The next stop is Captain Marvel in the spring, before the focus shifts to Spider-Man: Far From Home – but not before Avengers: Endgame forever changes the MCU as we know it on April 26th, 2019.

Written by FandomWire Staff

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