Spider-Man: Far From Trailer Gives Away A Major Plot Of The Movie

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home had a lot of secrets and revelations. Its first trailer came with a spoiler warning for Avengers: Endgame. So fans thought that everything coming after it would be kept spoiler free and hush-hush. But it looks like one of the biggest plot points was given away early on. All one had to do was do a little detective work and compare it to the original trailer. One Marvel fan on Reddit did just that and picked up on a key difference between the trailer and the movie.

What Was Found In The Far From Home Trailer And Movie Comparison?

The far from home trailer holds a lot of secrets. Pic courtesy: inverse.com

The far from home trailer holds a lot of secrets. Pic courtesy: inverse.com

Upon analyzing the trailer and the movie, the redditor found that the trailer actually gives away the second end credits scene (if you are paying attention that is).

Spoilers incoming for Spider-Man: Far From Home

When Spider-Man is talking to Nick Fury about Mysterio, the trailer has Fury saying “Beck is from Earth, just not ours.” That’s the version which all marketing material contained. But the final version in the movie holds the final difference.

In the final version, Fury says that- “Beck is from earth, just not yours.”

That might seem like a very little difference to make a mountain out of a mole hill. But if you think carefully then you will notice that the end credits scene reveals that the Skrull Talos has been impersonating Fury throughout the movie. So it makes sense that Talos slipped up and said “yours” and not “ours“, because he isn’t from Earth like Peter is.

The Space Operation Hinted At In Spider-Man: Far From Home

Talos being Nick Fury hints that there's more going on than anyone else knows. Pic courtesy: io9.gizmodo

Talos being Nick Fury hints that there’s more going on than anyone else knows. Pic courtesy: io9.gizmodo

The above isn’t the only odd thing which Talos says as Fury throughout the movie. It is revealed that Fury has been on a ship in space overseeing a larger operation. He has been working with the Skrulls we met back in Captain Marvel and during that time Talos has been representing Fury on Earth. We get the hint that there is a much larger operation going on in space even though we don’t learn much about it. Hopefully we will learn more about it in the next MCU movies.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is in theatres now.

Check out some explanations for the Spider-Man: Far From Home deleted scenes in the video below:

(Source: comicbook.com and vox.com)

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