Skip To Content
    Updated on May 11, 2019. Posted on May 6, 2019

    19 Easter Eggs From The "Spider-Man: Far From Home" Trailer That You Might've Missed

    "Bitch please, you've been to space."

    Hi, hello, the first full trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home just dropped, and I literally can't seem to talk about anything else.

    View this video on YouTube

    Marvel / Via youtu.be

    And because this is the first Marvel movie after Avengers: Endgame, there are obviously some details we have to discuss right now!

    Marvel

    🚨And YES, there are HUGE spoilers for Endgame in this post.🚨

    1. First, Peter is still wearing his Iron Spidey suit, which was seen in Infinity War and Endgame.

    Marvel

    2. However, later in the trailer, Peter is back to his traditional Spider-Man outfit, presumably because Iron Spidey reminds him of Tony.

    Marvel

    3. Spider-Man also wears his stealth suit — the suit is similar to one seen in the comic books.

    Marvel

    4. In Avengers: Endgame, Tony chooses to help the team with time travel because he wants to get Peter back — Happy's conversation with Peter is a nice nod to that.

    Marvel

    5. Peter wears a pair of Tony Stark's glasses, which honestly made me cry — my hope is that Tony left him the glasses with some sort of message.

    Marvel

    6. You can spot the Battle of New York memorial statue on top of Grand Central as Spider-Man swings by.

    Marvel

    7. Happy stands in front of a Crusher Hogan wrestling poster while talking to Peter — Crusher Hogan has appeared opposite Spider-Man in the comic books.

    Marvel

    8. Fury reveals that Thanos's snap tore a hole in our dimension, meaning that this is the first time the idea of a multiverse is being explored.

    Marvel

    9. Quentin Beck aka Mysterio is from another world, which is a nod to his character being able to jump dimensions in certain iterations of the comic books.

    Marvel

    Mysterio is also a common villain for Spider-Man in the comics.

    10. Mysterio has arrived to hunt down the Elementals, four beings who represent one of the four elements (fire, water, earth, and air).

    Marvel

    11. Fury and Maria Hill deal with Magnum, the Elemental who controls earth, minerals, and rocks.

    Marvel

    12. Molten Man and Hyrdo Man, two villains who often battle Spider-Man, are spotted dueling with both Peter and Mysterio.

    Marvel

    13. Now, Mysterio is known to be a con man who uses magic to pull off elaborate heists, so my guess is he is using Molten Man and Hydro Man as distractions for his bigger plan.

    Marvel

    14. When Peter asks Fury why Thor can't help him, Fury alludes to the fact that Thor is hanging with the Guardians of the Galaxy.

    Marvel

    15. Also, Peter asks why Captain Marvel wasn't called, which marks the first time Carol has been referred to as Captain Marvel in the movies.

    Marvel

    16. In a fun nod to the comics, the Elementals famously fought Ms. Marvel aka Carol Danvers.

    Marvel

    17. When Happy tries to rescue Peter's friends, he calls in the Stark Jet to evacuate them — you know, before it's blown up.

    Marvel

    18. While we catch a glimpse of Ned at the end of Endgame, we can assume that MJ and Flash were also snapped considering they are still in the same grade as Peter.

    Marvel

    Remember, while some of the characters were dusted, five years had passed, so I'm assuming Peter, Ned, MJ, and Flash are with an entirely new grade.

    19. Finally, in one of the Iron Man memorials Peter comes across, you can see that Tony's face is drawn underneath the Iron Man mask.

    Marvel

    Did you spot any fun details in the new Far From Home trailer? Tell us in the comments!

    Obsessed with Marvel? Check out all of our Marvel and Avengers: Endgame content here!

    TV and Movies

    Get all the best moments in pop culture & entertainment delivered to your inbox.

    Newsletter signup form