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Blip and Snap are different events as per Kevin Feige: "It came pretty fast. We always referred to it as the Blip, and then the public started referring to it as the Snap," explained Feige. "We think it's funny when high school kids just call this horrific, universe-changing event the Blip. We've narrowed it down to, the Snap is when everybody disappeared ...


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Yes, it exists and previous films hinted at it too. From Doctor Strange: "This universe is only one of an infinite number. Worlds without end. Some benevolent and life-giving. Others filled with malice and hunger. Dark places, where powers older than time lie... ravenous... and waiting. Who are you in this vast multiverse, Mr. Strange?" - Ancient One ...


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Unclear. This is most likely a goof or an overlooked detail. The only source on Google that mentions "spiderman far from home dorset" is IMDB, and here's what they have to say, When the Stark Jet enters the UK, the caption states the Dorset coastline. Flying from Amsterdam to London you would cross the eastern coast of England, entering over the coast of ...


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Spoilers for Endgame etc may follow. You have been warned. The films wraps up the Infinity Saga by finishing the story of Tony Stark. To quote Kevin Feige: "We've been working for many years on Infinity War and Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Those were the films that were culminating the entire Infinity Saga of the MCU. And as we were working on ...


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Warning: TvTropes link ahead https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/LonelyRichKid While yes, it serves to generate empathy for the character, there's another effect. Flash Thompson was one of the snap victims who came back during the blip. We see this confirmed in the movie where Part of the movie deals with the theme of how people who were affected ...


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Even though Peter transferred EDITH's ownership to Beck, he is still recognised by EDITH's integrated database as an owner/controller. We can infer two possibilities : Even if Peter said he was "transferring" ownership, it didn't remove his access rights to EDITH (and thus Peter can access it as will as long as he can put on the glasses) Tony Stark hard-...


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Throughout the movie, Flash is on Instagram, putting out stories of his day to day life to internet strangers. He wants to look cool, but he's seeking validation from strangers. He is craving attention from his "followers". That implies he isn't getting any from his family, especially his mother. They survived a traumatic & life-threatening battle ...


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Airspace is not a free-for-all. Being a responsible pilot, Happy (or, more likely, the AI that's actually flying the plane) would have made sure to avoid restricted airspace, which could be much more expansive in 2023/4 given the damage caused by multiple alien invasions, and Britain's presumably-implemented-by-then exit from the European Union. Out-of-...


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It concluded the Infinity Saga and starts where Avengers: Endgame left. From comicbook.com "Those were the films that were culminating the entire Infinity Saga of the MCU. And as we were working on Endgame we realized that the true end of the entire Infinity Saga, the final film of Phase 3, had to be Spider-Man: Far From Home, because spoiler at ...


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Now that the movie is released we can finally really answer it:


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Beck's plan was shared by his acolytes (henceforth referred as the "Mysterio gang"). The Mysterio gang was only comprised of former humiliated / dejected Stark Industries employees. Their main point of contention is that Tony Stark is remembered as a saint for his sacrifice as Iron Man against Thanos (getting whole street paintings, etc.), even though he ...


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Having just watched it I can say that you don't really need to have seen a lot of the MCU to understand what is going on in Far From Home. Of course you should watch Homecoming as you already have done as that sets up the characters for Spider-Man. The film also deals with the fallout of Endgame as quite a major point. Therefore, to understand it you ...


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I saw this picture on reddit which was interesting. Looks like it could be hydro-man since the reference is there. Credit - https://www.reddit.com/r/MovieDetails/comments/agtvu1/do_movie_trailer_details_count/


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The people needed someone to believe in after Iron Man's death and most of the other heroes seemingly going AWOL. Mysterio filled that void and gave hope to those who needed it. Taking that hope and smashing it to pieces by revealing what happened is only going to make things worse and perhaps turn the people on themselves. Therefore, I would speculate they ...


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The Daily Bugle can be controversial but is not considered unreliable in the Marvel comics. It's a famous tabloid in the Spider-Man comics and is making its first appearance in MCU in the form of thedailybugle.net. There is a history of J. Jonah Jameson (the publisher of The Daily Bugle) to publish anything anti-Spider-Man. So it should not come as a ...


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It's not exactly a code...more of a hint. It just meant that "not everything is as it appears".... The implication is that Fury should be alerted to the fact that what is happening may be a deception (which Fury seems to be somewhat aware of anyway) but that by going back an investigating Tony's history more information might be obtained. As we know, Beck ...


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Are we given any indication as to why it is left unused until then? No It's questionable as to whether the security drones would have been effective against Thanos' forces. Certainly, assuming they were available, they would have been completely ineffective against Thanos' spaceship not to mention massively outgunned. Then again, the climatic battle in ...


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Both facts are known In Avengers: Endgame, Steve Rogers is in a support group meeting for survivors and, if I recall the scene properly, the snap and Thanos are known. "The world is in our hands. It's left to us guys. And we got to do something with it. Otherwise... Thanos should've killed all of us." In Spider-Man: FFH, there are a lot of signs about ...


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Yes (kind of) as per director, from screencrush Did Tom Holland’s Peter Parker have an Uncle Ben? This time, Watts gave me a much more concrete, much more detailed answer. “Yes. Definitely. Did you notice his initials on Peter’s suitcase?” He continued; “Yes, Uncle Ben did exist in the MCU,” he replied “Yeah. I mean, we don’t know,” and ...


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There isn't really much of an inconsistency between the events. The roof falls on him Peter is clearly in pain, hurting and is struggling to free himself initially. When he finally frees himself he also looks to limp a bit. It is also unclear if he was unconscious for a bit or not but it seems like he might have been. This is the least worst event of the 3 ...


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Back in June 2017, Sony producer Amy Pascal revealed in a Fandom exclusive interview it would take place "a few minutes after" the fourth Avengers movie. The duo have also been talking about where the Spider-Man sequel fits into the MCU timeline. The sequel will arrive in 2020, two months after Avengers 4. But, like Spider-Man: Homecoming, – which, to ...


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Sony Pictures has film rights to the character. Marvel has owned Spider-Man since his inception. They do, and have always, owned Spider-Man. If you’re asking about the film rights specifically, that’s more complicated. Disney owns Marvel. Marvel owns the Spider-Man character. Every time someone purchases a Spider-man backpack or lunchbox or T-...


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Fury had, or could easily get, clear proof, but even after the villain's death he does not go public with the evidence. What is his reasoning for not exposing the villain? We don't know. It's possible that Fury/Talos is in process of revealing the truth about Mysterio or, perhaps, not. These things have to be spun/managed after all. Mysterio caused a ...


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I disagree with the people who say it is inconsistent. Peter's injuries in far from home should be the worse by far. Being hit by a moving train is INFINITELY worse than the roof collapse or plane crash. The reason why? Physics. I am not going to go into the boring science details, mainly because this movie is after all science fiction. But think of it like ...


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Why not? They have the ability to replicate other beings on a DNA level so shifting to another form with almost identical DNA would actually be simpler than any other form. We don't see it happen in the MCU but there is no practical reason why they should not have this ability.


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Something of a meta-answer - the MCU is designated as Earth-199999 by Marvel. There haven't been any on-screen visits to comic universes or on-page visits to the movie universe, but apparently the Young Avengers visited off-screen (See the 'notes' section here) at one point. This doesn't absolutely prove the existence of the multiverse in the MCU, but does ...


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He could be named Hydro-Man As Mr Sunday Movies noted in his trailer breakdown, there is a shot showing a boat with the name: ASM 212 Which is likely a reference to The Amazing Spider-Man, Volume 1, Issue 212, which featured the "Wet Threat of Hydro-Man!" It's possible that the villian will be named similarly in the film. Similarly, the other villain'...


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No one knows for sure at the moment What we do know is that The Elementals are in it. Because... well... Who else could it be? Magnum and Hellfire for sure are shown in the trailer. And it'd be pretty confusing to moviegoers if they introduced both Hydro-Man and The Elementals at the same time. However, they have similarities and so the talk on the ...


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NOTE: This is only speculation and not a definitive answer, as at this point there exists no in-universe explanation on how the name was established. My guess is that everyone in the previous movies knew Carol personally as well as her real name (just like Iron Man was called Tony most of the time from people who knew his name). Also, Carol only returned to ...


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If you take a look at Dramatic Structure you can easily fit the MCU at it's current point into this particular structure. All of the movies pre-Infinity War make up the exposition, ie the background information for the main conflict. Infinity War and End Game make up the rising action, climax, and falling action. These are where the main events of the ...


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