So how far is far from home?
Marvel Studios has been pretty quiet about their plans for the MCU post Avengers 4. The only officially confirmed film with a set release date is the follow-up to Spider-Man: Homecoming, and we now know what Peter Parker’s next solo adventure will be called.
Spider-Man: Far From Home.
The title was first “revealed” by notorious Marvel spoiler, and Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland. While attending Ace Comic Con in Seattle (and via an Instagram video), Holland apologized for a lack of Spidey news (due to his character currently being dust in the MCU), but expressed his excitement for reading the Homecoming sequel’s script…while waving around an iPad with the Spider-Man: Far From Home logo.
This 10/10 reveal was subsequently officially confirmed by the film’s distributor, Sony (via Deadline).
So what does this mean? Is Far From Home referring to a school field trip? Living abroad?
Or is it really far from home…like space? As the film reportedly takes place immediately after the events of Avengers 4, and based on the cosmic-scale of Infinity War, what if Peter is stranded in outer space?
This theory was visualized by our favorite fan artist BossLogic, who created a poster showing Spidey (in his Iron Spider suit) gazing out at earth, covered in the Venom symbiote. Considering Venom is releasing this fall, this could be a possible, and awesome, route to take.
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) June 25, 2018
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5, 2019.