It goes without saying, but SPOILERS for are ahead!
If you’ve already seen in theaters, you know that unlike every Marvel Cinematic Universe movie before it, it does not have a mid/post-credits scene attached. Instead, the noise of a hammer hitting iron is played, reminding audiences of when Tony Stark escaped that cave all those years ago in . However, for its third weekend in theaters, tacking on extra footage to play after the credits, and while it’s not a scene in the conventional sense, it does show what’s to come.
At the beginning of the week, the second trailer was released, and unlike the teaser, it was packed with spoilers. Now Deadline is reporting that folks who see this weekend will see a pre-film message from Peter Parker himself, Tom Holland, telling moviegoers to stick around after the credits to watch the latest trailer.
It’s not often that you see a movie trailer tagged onto a movie after it’s finished playing. However, it does remind me how back when came out, a teaser scene from was shown due to a deal between director Marc Webb and 20th Century Fox. This is a more synergetic move given that Marvel Studios and Sony have partnered up for Spider-Man’s MCU exploits, and it makes even more sense to tack the trailer onto given that while that movie was the last installment of the Infinity Saga, is the last movie of Phase 3.
The latest trailer has been a tremendous success for Sony, as it collected over 135 million views in its first 24 hours online. It was also distinctive for leading with a spoiler warning from Tom Holland, which is ironic given how many sensitive plot details he’s accidentally let slip over the years.
Although Marvel was originally firm on not divulging any specific and juicy details about ahead of time in marketing, starting this week, the studio has opened the proverbial floodgates and gone all in on spoilery content, thus allowing for to address the aftermath of . Along with Peter Parker getting back into the swing of things after being gone for five years like every other person who was snapped away by Thanos, he’s also mourning the loss of his mentor and father figure, Tony Stark.
However, the biggest revelation in the trailer is that a hole has been torn in reality, and Jake Gyllenhaal’s Quentin Beck, a.k.a. Mysterio, claims to be from a different Earth. Given Mysterio’s penchant for illusions and trickery in the comics, we shouldn’t discount the possibility that he’s lying, but given how explored different timelines, the MCU could indeed be setting the stage for a proper multiverse to be brought into the equation.
isn’t leaving theaters anytime soon, and swings into theaters on July 2, so keep checking back with CinemaBlend for more coverage about the sequel. For now, you can learn what else is coming down the MCU pipeline with our comprehensive guide.