The release of Spider-Man: Far From Home officially marks the wrap up of MCU Phase 3 and the films’ ending gives a hint at what the fandom should expect in future films. But moreover, the sequel also pays its tribute to the fallen Avengers and surprisingly, it seems like one of those references may have been cleverly included during an intense fight sequence, and it could be why most of the moviegoers wouldn’t have spotted it.
Warning: This article contains spoiler to Spider-Man: Far From Home
According to a post on the Marvel Studios subreddit, there seems to be a sly reference to Black Widow in Spider-Man: Far From Home. And it pops up during Spidey’s encounter with Mysterio.
After Spider-Man learns the true nature behind Mysterio’s abilities, he confronts the mastermind villain but it doesn’t go according to his plan when Spidey gets caught in Mysterio’s illusion and is forced to witness horrifying images and confront the death of Iron Man from Avengers: Endgame. The scene intensifies in moments when Peter stares at Tony’s tombstone and witnesses an undead Tony Stark crawl out of the grounds and attack him.
Luckily, a sharp-eyed fan managed to spot the Black Widow reference during this scene. You can check it out below.
In other news regarding Black Widow, the character’s solo movie starring Scarlet Johnasson is currently in production and several set photos have also surfaced on social media. And it turns out, the movie may have some visuals developed to give an advance early look at the project at SDCC this year.
Variety reports the news which comes from an anonymous executive who spoke to the publication and explained that:
“Marvel will of course bring out the stars of its next phase, and that’ll be a moment for it, but you’re also using a presentation in Hall H to break a new piece of content. Getting something ready, like footage or a trailer for ‘Black Widow,’ means a VFX acceleration. If it’s up to two or three minutes, that can run you a million bucks.”
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently in theaters.
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