'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Trailer Breakdown: Nick Fury Just Highjacked Our Summer Vacation

Fans have been waiting for the Spider-Man: Far From Home teaser trailer since it debuted down at the CCXP convention down in Brazil, and today it finally arrived. Though it doesn't feel quite as thrilling as the visual overload and excitement that came from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse last month, it's good to have Tom Holland back as Peter Parker, especially since the last time we saw him, he wasn't feeling too well.

Of course, since this is our first official glimpse at any footage from Spider-Man: Far From Home, there are plenty of new details that we need to take a closer look at by way of one of our traditional trailer deep dives. Find out what you might have missed in our Spider-Man Far From Home trailer breakdown below.

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The trailer kicks off with Spider-Man using his public image to help out some kind of homeless charity that appears to be run by his Aunt May. I love this scenario, because it's something that we don't see any of the other Avengers doing. Spider-Man really is a friendly neighborhood superhero, and he's very keen on actually helping his community.

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Speaking of Aunt May, don't forget that she accidentally found out that Peter was Spider-Man at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming. She looks to be just fine with Peter dressing up like Spider-Man to help out the neighborhood, but I wonder if she's actually as cool when he has to go out and fight crime.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan

Jon Favreau is still kicking around as Happy Hogan. And he brought with him one of those flashy giant checks that companies like to present at charity photo opportunities. You would think that maybe this check would come from Tony Stark, but if you check out the shot when Happy comes into the room, you can see who it's actually from.

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That signature clearly says Pepper Potts, and if you're skeptical of that, the text below it says her name along with "Co-Founder and Chair Stark Relief Foundation." Why couldn't Tony Stark present this check himself? Is he dead? Does he just not handle things like this? It's hard to tell since no other hints let us know when this movie takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline (though we're pretty sure it's after the events of Avengers: Endgame)

Spider-Man Far From Home

Peter packing for his summer vacation isn't that big of a deal to point out, but you might have noticed the boxes around Peter's room. Is there a chance that he and Aunt May have moved from their old place? It's not anything Earth-shattering but it could be a little bit of an emotional plot point if their old place was the one Aunt May used to share with Uncle Ben. But we'll get to that later.

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This isn't anything exciting either, but I love that they've made Mr. Delmar a regular character who Peter talks to like a good friend. It adds to his friendly neighborhood image that he keeps up whether he has on the Spidey mask or not.

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Here's a cool shot of Spider-Man swinging through New York City, and just like any millennial, he's having a hard time staying off his phone, even while he's on duty. Also, you can see that statue in the background featuring the various police, firefighters and first responders honored for their bravery during the Battle of New York.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Of course Peter Parker's passport photo has him looking like an awkward, slightly petrified teenager. This isn't the first time we've seen this passport, but we just wanted to point out that Peter's birthday is August 10. That just so happens to be the day that Amazing Fantasy #15 was published, the comic that featured the debut of Spider-Man. However, notice that the year of his birth and also the years for when the passport is issued and expired has been removed. That's likely to preserve the mystery as to when Far From Home takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline.

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Peter gives a contemplative look at the Spider-Man suit he leaves hanging in his closet, deciding that he needs to keep his status as a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. So he leaves it behind.

Spider-Man Far From Home

When Peter closes his suitcase without the Spider-Man suit inside, you might have missed the initials on the luggage. They say BFP, indicating that this suitcase likely belonged to Uncle Ben, who probably has the middle name Franklin since the character was meant to be modeled after founding father Benjamin Franklin.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Peter Parker and his fellow classmates are enjoying their trip abroad in Europe, taking a boat ride through what appears to be their first stop in Italy, likely Venice since that's where production was spotted last year.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Zendaya as MJ

It looks like MJ (Zendaya) is starting to get a little smitten by Peter Parker, as she steals a longing look at him while they're cruising through Venice.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Zendaya as MJ

Peter appears to be just as charmed by MJ, even though he doesn't entirely understand her sense of humor yet. This version of MJ is a nice change of pace from what we've usually seen from the character before. It doesn't matter that she doesn't look like the traditional comic book version, it's all about the dynamic between them.

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Here's where Peter Parker and all of his classmates will be staying. Don't you dare think we're not going to point out the fact that there's an adorable cat standing on one of the tables in the middle of the room. Will Nick Fury play with that cat like he did in the Captain Marvel trailer? I certainly hope so.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds

Speaking of Nick Fury, he interrupts a story that Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) was trying to tell Peter in their room by shooting a tranquilizer dart right into his neck.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury

No one makes an entrance quite like Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, especially when it comes to surprising whoever he needs to talk to. Plus, it sounds cool just to hear Fury finally say "Spider-Man" in that somewhat menacing, unamused way.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Tom Holland as Peter Parker

What I love about Peter Parker's reaction is that he's not immediately concerned about Ned, but is instead excited about the fact that it's Nick Fury in his room, and he specifically wants to talk to him. No matter how much experience Peter gets as Spider-Man, there are still things that are simply cool to him because he's still a teenage superhero.

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Nick Fury needs Spider-Man to help him with something in Venice, and we see Peter suited up as Spider-Man with Nick Fury sitting in the driver's seat of a boat. Is that the new suit inspired by Steve Ditko's original designs for Spider-Man? Or is that the old suit from Homecoming? We're not sure, especially since in the international trailer, Aunt May ends up sending the Spider-Man suit along with Peter, thinking that he forgot it.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Elemental

At the very least, we know that by the time Peter Parker ends up in London, he's gotten the new suit with the black accents instead of the royal blue color from Homecoming. Here he's seen leaping towards some kind of fire on the Tower Bridge. So much for being only a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

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In a close-up shot from this same scene, we see that Spidey's web wings are still in place too, and that's definitely the Steve Ditko designed suit. The question is whether it's a whole new suit or just a modified version of the old suit.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Elemental

Here's our first glimpse of the villains known as Elementals. They're taken from the comics, but their origin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe remains to be revealed. This one appears to be the Elemental known as Magnum, Master of the Earth, but again, that's from the comics, and we don't know if that detail will be included in the movie.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Elemental

Speaking of Elementals, it looks like more may be attacking the Tower Bridge, which is likely the cause of the previous shot of fire and smoke that Spider-Man was leaping towards. It appears Hellfire, Wielder of Flame is here, but what about the electricity? There's no electric Elemental, but there is Zephyr, Mistress of the Winds, so maybe that one has been adjusted to create lightning along with wind. It's hard to tell.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Meanwhile, a quick shot shows Spider-Man leaping away from an explosion, though the source of the explosion isn't clear. This shot looks a little lighter than the shots of fire on the Tower Bridge, but this structure is clearly one of the two towers from that bridge, so it appears to be from the same action sequence.

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Spider-Man Far From Home - Elemental

At a completely different time and place, the fire Elemental makes an appearance, looking like some kind of lava monster. It explodes out of a hardened, molten egg. But where did it come from?

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There are two shots like this that are completely out of place with no indication as to what's going on. Some armed gunmen are busting into some kind of upscale restaurant. Could this be tied to whatever mission Nick Fury needs Spider-Man to help with in Venice? Does this all somehow lead to the fire Elemental?

Spider-Man Far From Home - Stealth Spider-Man

Here's our first official look at the stealth Spider-Man suit, and it looks like there's some fire there in the background, so maybe it's also part of the fire Elemental monster reveal. You'll also see that Nick Fury and Maria Hill are standing there in the background.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Elemental

The third Elemental we see appears to be Hydron, Lord of Waters. However, there's also a chance that this could be Hydro Man. Either way, this appears to be the first encounter that Peter Parker has with these strange creatures.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Tom Holland as Peter Parker

Peter Parker is wearing street clothes and a backpack like any American tourist in Italy, and he gets blasted by this water creature, proving to be too much for him to handle. Without the Spider-Man suit, what's he supposed to do?

Spider-Man Far From Home - Mysterio

It turns out he doesn't have to worry about it for long, because Jake Gyllenhaal shows up and knows exactly how to deal with this nonsense. He tells Peter, "You don't want any part of this."

Spider-Man Far From Home - Mysterio

Jake Gyllenhaal is playing Mysterio, a signature Spider-Man villain who uses intricate special effects to make it look like he has super powers. At least, that's what the character known as Quentin Beck does in the comics. There's a good chance that's the case in the movie, and somehow these Elementals are creations of his own that he can somehow control while making it look like he's fighting them, not unlike the robot that Syndrome controls and pretends to defeat in The Incredibles.

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Spider-Man Far From Home - Mysterio

It would appear that Mysterio has done his homework if these powers of his are completely fake, because he's taken a cue from Doctor Strange to make it look like he's using similar magic to battle these Elementals. You can see certain symbols and shapes that we've seen Strange conjure before. So if this is fake, Mysterio did a good job making it look real.

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Meanwhile, back at the hostel, Peter's classmates are keeping up with the news of Mysterio fighting these weird creatures. One of the classmates says he's like Iron Man and Thor. But one of the kids doesn't care.

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I love that Flash Thompson (Tony Revolori) defends Spider-Man and loves him so much. It makes his treatment of Peter Parker all the more ironic, as we see when he calls Peter Parker a dickwad.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Peter Parker gives the perfect sarcastic thumbs up back to him, knowing that he's the real winner here as the object of Flash's superhero affection.

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That's all for the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer breakdown. There were plenty of details to take notice of, but we still have a lot of questions since the story of the Elementals and the involvement of Mysterio still remains unclear. We know the villain and Spider-Man will be working together at first, but there's going to be a big turn somewhere. Hopefully more details will arrive sooner than later.

Spider-Man: Far From Home arrives on July 5, 2019.