This Spider-Man: Far From Home Mid-Credits Scene Theory Changes Everything For The Next Movie

Mind = Blown!

Warning: Contains spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home.

I don’t know about you, but when I watched Spider-Man: Far From Home and the credits started rolling I was not prepared for what I was about to see.

In the mid-credit scene, a public video broadcast of Quentin Beck AKA Mysterio moments before his death shows him telling the world Spider-Man is responsible for the London attack that takes place at the end of the film and even reveals his true identity. J.K. Simmons also reprises his role as J. Jonah Jameson.

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Obviously, this will have a huge impact on Peter Parker in the next film. Will he spend most of it trying to clear his name and prove he wasn’t the true culprit of the drone attack in London?

But what if it didn’t actually happen? That’s what one theory is suggesting and we seriously hope it’s true.

When Spidey defeated Mysterio we saw his assistant William take a memory drive from the EDITH control centre which is obviously how the video was spread following Beck’s death.

But what if the whole situation was an illusion similarly to the fake bar scene earlier in the film when Peter gives Quentin the EDITH glasses? That’s what ScreenRant is suggesting.

Maybe Quentin gave William instructions on how to continue their work if he should die and then maybe he upgraded Mysterio’s illusion capabilities to the point where he could create a whole New York street.

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There’s also the possibility that Mysterio is still alive, he’s a master of deception so maybe the video was part of an escape plan in case his original plan didn’t work out.

Mid-credit scenes don’t traditionally contain key pieces of information that the audience must watch in order to understand the next film. They’re normally comedic scenes or they might hint towards a future character’s appearance in the MCU.

Marvel has previously run into problems when they try to have post-credit scenes that lead into future movies. For example, in Captain Marvel there’s a scene where Carol Danvers meets the Avengers, but it was re-written in Avengers: Endgame which confused a lot of fans.

Given all of this, it would make sense if the Spidey scene was indeed some kind of illusion. If it was an illusion it also means that Mysterio is still a threat, whether that be with Quentin or the team he worked with.

There’s no date set for the third solo Spider-Man film so we’ll likely be waiting a while to find out what actually happened to him!

This Honest Avengers: Endgame Trailer Might Just Be The Best Part Of The Whole Movie

It brings up a lot of good points!

Avengers: Endgame may have come out a few months ago now, but it seems like almost every day there’s something new about the film that’s coming out.

Screen Junkies has created Honest trailers for all of the MCU movies leading up to Endgame and now they’ve finally created one for the record-breaking film. And it is amazing.

The Honest trailer pokes fun at the movie’s constant attempts to explain time travel as a setup for upcoming MCU Phase 4 films as well as the TV shows that will appear on Disney+.

It also criticises the way Thor is made fun of in the movie for gaining weight when it’s obviously a result of his PTSD.

Unsurprisingly, it also points out the fact Black Widow was seemingly killed off as a way to spur on the male characters of the film.

Despite those things, the trailer does acknowledge the fact that the movie is a pretty damn satisfying end to a very popular series – and even pokes fun at Game of Thrones for being unable to do the same.

Watch the video here:

Marvel’s Phase 4 movie lineup which will include Black Widow (May 1, 2020), Eternals (November 6, 2020), Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings (February 21, 2021), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 7, 2021) and Thor: Love and Thunder (November 5, 2021).

The movies will also connect with the new TV shows in a way they’ve never done before. Some of the TV shows include The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision and the Hawkeye series.

Phase 5 will likely include Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Captain Marvel 2 and Fantastic Four.

The Black Widow Movie Will Actually Feature Way More Widows Than We Thought

A lot more.

The highly anticipated Black Widow movie will introduce many new characters from Natasha Romanoff’s past, including a bunch of other Black Widows.

The film is current shooting and stars Scarlett Johansson, David Harbour, Rachel Weiz and Florence Pugh.

In an interview with IGN at San Diego Comic-Con Weiz revealed there are more Black Widows than we originally thought.

“There are quite a number. I’m a Black Widow and there’s Scarlett and Florence. There’s quite a bit of other characters you’ll also meet that are Black Widows.”

It turns out that mantle has been shared by multiple women before Natasha even joined The Avengers.

We previously reported that Pugh’s role of Yelena Belova is the second person in the comics to take on the mantle of Black Widow, but it’s very interesting to know there will be a lot more of them.

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Introducing Belova into the mix makes a lot of sense, because it means that although Nat died in Endgame, Marvel can continue to have Black Widow as a key character.

Since she first appeared in the MCU in Iron Man 2, Natasha has been a very mysterious character. We don’t know very much about her past, other than Hawkeye found her and recruited her for S.H.I.E.L.D and the flashback we saw in Age Of Ultron.

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Now we know that the name Black Widow was actually shared by many different women, it’ll be interesting to see how they interact and how badass they are.

With the mantle of Captain America being handed to Sam Wilson and Thor naming Valkyrie as King of Asgard it’ll also be interesting to see the change in Widows.

Black Widow will be Marvel’s second female-focused movie after Captain Marvel and we are so pumped to see it when it hits theatres in May 2020.

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