Spider-Man: Far From Home Wraps Production, New On-Set Image Released
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This is proving to be a week of wrapped Marvel productions. Only a few days after Joe and Anthony Russo announced that they have finally finished shooting the still-untitled Avengers 4, Spider-Man star Tom Holland has confirmed that Spider-Man: Far From Home has also wrapped.
Holland took to Instagram to mark the ending of shooting on Far From Home. He posted an image of Spidey standing on a New York street alongside co-star Zendaya, with the simple caption: "THATS A WRAP." Check it out below.
This image follows last week's on-set footage showing Spider-Man swinging through New York holding Zendaya. We've also had recent images from the set in the Czech Republic, that gave us the first look at Jake Gyllenhall's villainous Mysterio.
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5, 2019. The cast also includes Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Cobie Smulders, and Samuel L. Jackson. Spider-Man: Homecoming's Jon Watts returns as director.
While specific plot details are still under-wraps, editor Dan Lebental recently hinted at what fans could expect. "I can't say much about the new Spider-Man, but I will offer up that it will be both grander in scale and even funnier than the last one," he told The Hollywood Reporter. "The rest of the story will have to wait."
We do know that the movie will start immediately after the events of Avengers 4, which arrives in May. Last year, Marvel boss Kevin Feige spoke about how the film will kickstart the next phase of the MCU. "So much happens in [the third and fourth Avengers movies], as you can imagine, and so much is affected by it, that we felt what better person to hold your hand and lead you into the next incarnation of the MCU, in a grounded, realistic manner, than Peter Parker?" Feige said. "So, coming out two months after Avengers 4, [that's what] much of what the next Spider-Man film will be about."
In related news, it was confirmed last week that the Marvel Netflix show Iron Fist has been canceled after two seasons. Season 1 was met with a poor critical response last year, and while Season 2 was better received, the show's cancelation comes only a few weeks after it hit Netflix.