⏰ Tuesday. This Tuesday. TUESDAY. ⏰ pic.twitter.com/toJThuutqd— Spider-Man: Far From Home (@SpiderManMovie) July 1, 2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home opens this Tuesday. Yes, tomorrow. Tuesday. Not Friday. Tuesday. July 2nd. Tuesday. To get this point across, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures released a new teaser specifying that the film opens “Tuesday. This Tuesday. TUESDAY.” They followed that up with the tongue-in-cheek tweet, “bUt aRen't MoVieS rEleAsEd oN fRiDaYs.” You can watch the teaser above.
The film introduces Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. An extended television spot for Spider-Man: Far From Home showed Spider-Man recruiting Mysterio into the Avengers. Mysterio is known as a trickster, illusionist, and villain in the Marvel Comics universe. A pair of battling billboards may be a clue that Jake Gyllenhaal's cinematic version of the character will remain true to form.
Spider-Man: Far From Home sees Spider-Man dealing with living up to Iron Man's legacy while traveling abroad on a school trip to Europe. The film is projected for a $170 million holiday weekend opening.
ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis gave the film a 5-star review. He writes:
"While the film stands very much on its own, Far From Home does tremendous, exciting things to open unexpected doors and to expand the MCU as a whole. It's almost as if Marvel Studios is showing off, following up Endgame with moments that immediately hook an audience for more both with a single character and their expansive world. In fact, Spider-Man: Far From Home doesn't stop blowing minds until the lights in the theater come on. It includes two of the best post-credits scenes attached to any Marvel movie to date, loaded with expansive and thrilling twists, any details of which would be massive spoilers.
It doesn’t seem like we’re swinging to any crazy conclusions in calling Spider-Man: Far From Home the best Spider-Man movie ever. Top to bottom, it is a complete moviegoing experience. It is thrilling, it is fun, it is unpredictable, and it is full of heart. Spider-Man: Far From Home is a by far a home run."