The Marvel Studios went three for three with awesome superhero blockbusters in 2019.

Not only were Captain MarvelAvengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home all excellent films in their own right, but each one of these managed to soar over the $1 billion milestone at the worldwide box office. So, if the Marvel Cinematic Universe is experiencing any symptoms of comic book movie fatigue, it certainly doesn’t show.

Fans have started spotting Easter egg in the Spider-Man Far from Home movie

Speaking of which, now that Spider-Man: Far From Home has been on Blu-ray for a few months, fans are beginning to find more neat easter eggs in the sequel and a rather interesting one has re-surfaced online this week.  A moment in FFH visually calls back to a scene in the aforementioned Endgame, with Spidey striking a pose that’s awfully similar to the one we saw Cap take in the Infinity War follow-up.

Spidey’s pose similar to Captain America’s take in Infinity war

Spidey’s pose similar to Captain America’s take in Infinity war

Yes, it would seem that Spider-Man’s big stand against Mysterio nods to the Steve’s epic stand against the Mad Titan. Of course,surely Peter Parker looks a bit less well equipped than the First Avenger was, but it’s an amusing little visual easter egg regardless and one that we certainly missed on our first viewing. We’re sure it’s not the last to surface, either, as fans continue to scrutinize each and every MCU film for some more hidden callbacks.

But looking ahead, and with Spider-Man now back in the MCU, it seems we’ll be seeing a lot more of the webhead in the near future. After all, we’ve heard that the Marvel  movies has plans for two more trilogies for him, and with Sony also allowed to use Peter Parker in their own cinematic universe as well, it seems like fans of Tom Holland’s take on the hero are in for a very exciting time in the years ahead.

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