Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon get close in this exclusive Spider-Man: Far From Home image

Tom Holland in Spider-man: far from home
(Image credit: Sony)

We know from the trailer that Spider-Man: Far From Home (opens in new tab) is set after the events of Avengers: Endgame (opens in new tab), meaning Peter Parker is [SPOILER – IF YOU’VE NOT SEEN ENDGAME] living with the grief of losing his mentor, Tony Stark.

We also know from the trailer that our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man is off to Europe to have some fun and get a little sun back into the MCU… at least until Nick Fury crashes his vacation with an assignment, and Spidey finds himself facing off against the four Elementals, who, as the name suggests, exert control over earth, wind, fire and water. That last power has gotta be a problem when you’re swinging by Venice…

Tom Holland's Peter Parker gets a vacay to remember in Venice 

Tom Holland's Peter Parker gets a vacay to remember in Venice  (Image credit: Sony)

Peter’s going to need all the friends he’s got, even if, in the exclusive image up top – courtesy of our sister magazine Total Film (opens in new tab) – he doesn’t look best pleased about receiving a hug off his BFF Ned (Batalon). Perhaps it’s the bathrobe.

Talking of friends, Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) will all be back in action, while classic comics’ character Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) will also have a big part to play. In print, Mysterio is one of the web-slinger’s classic villains, though here he is apparently visiting Earth (after the Snap has torn a hole in our dimension) as a good guy. Whether he’s true to his word remains to be seen…

Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio gets down to business...

Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio gets down to business...

Spider-man: Far From Home opens in the US and UK on July 2, and this exclusive image comes courtesy of the new issue of Total Film magazine (opens in new tab), which goes on sale this Friday, 31 May. It’s a blockbuster preview, featuring Hobbs and Shaw (included in our list of the best upcoming movies (opens in new tab)), The Lion King, Bond 25, Star Wars Episode 9 (opens in new tab), Terminator: Dark Fate, Joker, Charlie’s Angels and Wonder Woman 1984.

Total Film's latest issue starring Spidey

Total Film's latest issue starring Spidey (Image credit: Sony)

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Total Film's latest subscriber cover (Image credit: Sony)
Editor-in-Chief, Total Film

Jane Crowther is the Editor of Total Film magazine and the Editor-in-Chief of the Film Group here at Future Plc, which covers Total Film, SFX, and numerous TV and women's interest brands. Jane is also the vice-chair of The Critics' Circle and a BAFTA member. You'll find Jane on GamesRadar+ exploring the biggest movies in the world and living up to her reputation as one of the most authoritative voices on film in the industry.