Spider-Man Far From Home

Here’s that shot of the tower bridge that I was talking about. Considering all the smoke, lightning, and fire emanating from this Elemental, we’re betting this is another attack by Molten Man, taking on the traits of a volcano. Maybe it’s somehow a combination of all the Elementals. But it could just be another Elemental entirely. Either way, the bridge is getting messed up.

Spider-Man Far From Home - Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio

But thankfully, Beck is around to help save the day. Here he is again, giving us another look at his magical powers and a better glimpse at the helmet he wears. He also continues to chat with Peter in voiceover.

Spider-Man Far From Home

He reaffirms Peter’s thoughts that he might not be ready to deal with all this new dimension crossing danger. But Beck says it’s his own responsibility, adding, “Saving the world requires sacrifice. Sometimes people die.”

Spider-Man Far From Home

More of Beck’s heroics are highlighted, including this shot of him blasting that smoky, fiery, flashy Elemental with some of his magic powers. What exactly is he trying to prove here? Why does he need to be a hero like this? We’re betting Beck helps Peter get over the trauma from losing Tony Stark and gives Peter some hope that not everyone has to rely on Spider-Man. But inevitably, Beck will end up betraying him.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Here’s an explosion of green, presumably magical energy, coming from Beck, perhaps during one of the encounters with an Elemental. This would appear to be when the gang is in Italy, so likely during the Hydro Man sequence.

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

Then we cut to this moment of Peter shocked into saying, “Oh my God.” What does he see? Well, it looks like they’re in the middle of a dry landscape, so who knows what he’s looking at off-camera. Then again, what he’s looking at may not be in the distance or off-camera at all. Because if you look at those sunglasses, those are the same high-tech sunglasses that Tony Stark used to wear. It would appear that Tony passed them on to Peter, and there’s a chance that he was shown something on those glasses that blew his mind. Who knows what else he gave his protege?

Spider-Man Far From Home

Is this the result of the Hydro Man attack in Italy? Or maybe the magical explosion that got rid of him? The city doesn’t look like it’s drenched in water, so maybe this is where Nick Fury and Maria Hill encounter the Earthly Elemental that might end up being Sandman.

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

We’re not sure what’s going on in this scene. It would appear that this takes place in a high-tech facility or vehicle of some kind, but what’s that hologram that Peter is wearing on his arm? Is he designing a new suit of his own? Is he working on enhancements to the Iron Spider suit? Could this be Spider-Man from another Earth? Actually, it looks like he’s wearing the same shirt that he is on the plane when he’s crying in front of Happy Hogan. Did Peter Parker inherit a ton of cool tech stuff from Tony Stark and this is him playing in his own new lab?

Spider-Man Far From Home - Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio

We can’t get enough of these cool Mysterio shots. Even if he turns out to be bogus, we’re digging how cool this villain looks on the big screen for the first time.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Another Iron Man memorial appears in what looks like an Italy street. The continued pain and trauma from losing Tony Stark will clearly be the big thing Peter has to come to grips with in this movie.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Then again, Molten Man is a pretty big deal too, so we’re hoping that suit is fireproof. Otherwise this could go south pretty fast for Spider-Man. Where the hell is Mr. Beck when you need him? Peter tells Beck before this quick montage, “The world needs the next Iron Man.” And maybe Peter is hoping that it will be Beck instead of him.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Finally, during a moment of panic, an advanced jet flies in for a landing. Immediately we thought of the LEGO set for Spider-Man: Far From Home that was announced not to long ago. The jet included a Happy Hogan figure as well as Spider-Man, Nick Fury and Mysterio, as well as some drones attacking the jet.

Spider-Man Far From Home

Our suspicions were further confirmed when Happy Hogan rushed in to save Peter’s friends from nearby danger by getting them on the jet. But MJ asks the necessary question as to who this guy is. Happy quickly explains that he works with Spider-Man (not for Spider-Man), which feels like quite the coincidence while the students are overseas. Are these kids supposed to think Spider-Man is their guardian angels since he keep saving them outside of New York?

Spider-Man Far From Home

Either way, it doesn’t look like Happy is saving anybody, because suddenly the jet blows up, leaving them without an escape. As for exactly what’s going on in this scene, we can’t be sure. But this could easily be from whatever final action sequence closes out the movie. If there’s another jet waiting somewhere to pick everyone up afterwards, that would fuel our theory that the scene with Happy and Peter getting emotional on a plane is from the end of the movie, perhaps as they’re heading home from their vacation.

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