The Unanswered Questions of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

Tom Holland has again put on the Spider-Man suit for the second time in the stand-alone movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Though the movie is last to feature in Phase 3, it should clear all the buzz and questions around in the air among fans.

Yet this solid Spider-Man sequel offers up to its fair share of surprising twists and tantalizing questions for the future.

Here’s look at some of the questions that went unanswered in the movie.

  1. Is Mysterio Really Dead?

The end scenes of the movie show Quentin Beck aka Mysterio dying, while no illusions were active that time as shown by E.D.I.T.H tech to Peter.

But being the master of illusions, Mysterio seems to make another trick to fool Peter.

  1. Was J. Jonah Jameson Just A One-Off Cameo?

In the movie, it was a shocking and most unexpected moment when J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson made a way in the mid-credit scene.

The Daily Bugle has been re-imagined as an InfoWars-type far-right conspiracy rag and Jameson as its Alex Jones. It can be assumed that Jameson will be a part of the third Spider-Man movie or maybe it’s just a cameo.

  1. Were the rest of Fury’s Team so Skrulls?

It is believed that Fury and Maria Hill were actually Skrulls working with Mysterio. The final end credit scenes showed Nick Fury and Maria Hill interacting with Peter Parker and Quentin Beck were actually a couple of Skrulls in disguise.

At this point, fans can’t be blamed for assuming everyone working for the real Fury is a Skrull.

  1. What is Nick Fury mission in Space?

The actual Nick Fury was revealed to be in outer space in a space ship or a space station fully manned by Skrulls.

It’s possible that they are building an orbital battle station of S.W.O.R.D(Sentient World Observation and Response Department) – the outer space version of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  1. Does The Multiverse Still Exist?

As the movie folds up, we get to know that Mysterio’s origin story is total bunk. Neither he nor Elementals emerged from the multiverse.

But this twist creates a little confusion, as it’s now unclear whether or not the MCU is going to have a multiverse moving forward or not.

  1. Will The Sinister Six Ever Show Up?

Alongside Mysterio’s apparent death, the other big storytelling surprise was that the Sinister Six didn’t really seem to be hinted at in even the slightest, not even in a credits scene, and there are no overtime references made to the iconic supervillain supergroup.

  1. Aunt May & Happy Together Or Not?

One of the more hilarious subplots in the movie teases a possible romance between Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau), though a closing scene clearly implies that Happy’s far more eager about it than Aunt May is.

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  1. What’s on Earth-833?

It was Beck who introduced the title Earth-833 in the movie. Though the character dies and it was revealed that everything he said about multiverse was fake.

But considering his words, he mentioned that Parker and Fury were on Earth-616, which is the designation for the official Marvel Comics universe.

  1. Where did the drones go?

When Parker executed the shutdown of the drones, it’s unclear where they escaped to. If you remember, they launched from a satellite in space.

It’s unlikely that the drones have the engine power to get back up there.

  1. What happened to everyone affected by the Blip?

The beginning of Far From Home smartly addresses some of the questions we have from the Blip, including Aunt May raising money for folks displaced by the five-year time skip, and some students aging five years ahead of others. So it’s unclear about the afterlife of snippets.

  1. Didn’t Tony Realized E.D.I.T.H another Version of Ultron?

It seems like Tony Stark made the same mistake with E.D.I.T.H. as he did with the Iron Legion and Ultron.

Ultimately, Stark felt Peter Parker would be the right hands although the billionaire probably intended for Spider-Man to have this tech when he was older.

  1. Why is Spider-Man’s Identity going Public such A Crisis?

In the whole MCU, Spider-Man was the only character whose identity was hidden from the world, unlike other Avengers had.

Peter has family, friends, and the loved ones while Avengers had nothing to worry about. He had to keep them safe.

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