Spider-Man: Far From Home is bound to be one of the biggest blockbusters of the summer. It opens up Fourth of July week, and it's going to be sold out pretty quickly. Maybe not as quickly as Avengers: Endgame was, back in April, but still pretty quick.
This is also going to be a pretty interesting movie for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As it is the first movie to come after Avengers: Endgame, and after the defeat of Thanos. Not to mention, after Iron Man (or Tony Stark) died, which was a big part of Spider-Man's life.
Since Spider-Man debuted in Captain America: Civil War, he has been going non-stop. Being part of both of the recent Avengers movies, as well as a solo movie before Far From Home comes out in July. Needless to say, Tom Holland - who plays Spider-Man - has been a busy man.
This movie is going to allow Spider-Man to explore his personal relationships, but he's still going to have to juggle being a teenager and also being the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.
Nick Fury (played by none other than Samuel L. Jackson) makes a return too, and forces Spider-Man into taking over for Iron Man. Fury has also recruited Mysterio, who it seems is going to be teaming up with Spider-Man, but according to the comic books, Mysterio was actually a villian, so it's tough to say.
All your favorite actors are returning for Spider-Man: Far From Home, including Zendaya from Disney fame, Marisa, Tomei, Jacob Batalon, Cobie Smulders and others. Jake Gyllenhaal will be debuting in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Mysterio in this movie.
You can get your tickets for Spider-Man: Far From Home now, using Fandango. It is accepted at thousands of theaters around the country. All you need to do is put in your zip code and it'll find theaters nearby and showtimes. Purchase your tickets and you're good to go. When you get to the theater, you have the option to either print out the tickets at the kiosk, or just show it on your phone and have it scanned before you go into the theater. It's pretty simple, and it's good to get your tickets ahead of time.
Spider-Man: Far From Home opens up on July 2nd, which is a Tuesday (and somewhat of an odd day to open a movie). But it means that it'll be in theaters in time for the Fourth of July holiday. That's a big holiday for a lot of people to go to the movies. That's also when a lot of big summer blockbusters come out. For many years, Will Smith owned that week, but that seems to have now been passed onto someone else - perhaps Tom Holland?
If you have not watched any of the trailers yet for Spider-Man: Far From Home, now is the time to do so. You can see them all down below. Some of them do feature spoilers from Avengers: Endgame, so if you haven't seen that, well you'll soon find out what did happen in the biggest movie of all time.