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Spider-Man: Far From Home

The Spider-Man: Far From Home story picks up right as Thanos and his army are defeated. Peter Parker returns to high school. Now, he is out to see the world with his classmates and is wanting to take a break from being Spider-Man. However, his fun-dfilled trip is suddenly sabotaged when a string of mysterious attacks by creatures called Elementals start wreaking havoc all over the world. To make matters more difficult, Peter finds himself recruited by Nick Fury and an interdimensional newcomer named Quentin Beck/Mysterio to help fight them and uncover the truth behind the attacks. Will Peter accomplish these tasks, or will he fail to save the world one more time? See the movie in theaters to find out the end.
Being a well known series, this movie had a very good cast and had many well known actors. Some of the most well known actors include Tom Holland as Spider-Man, Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Zendaya as MJ, and Jacob Batalon as Peter’s friend Ned Leeds.

Also, this movie earned a 7.9 out of 10 on IMDB, which is an extremely high score for a movie of this caliber. This movie was also up for four awards and won three of them including “Best Young Actor,” “Best Special Effects,” “Best Supporting Actress,” and “Best Comic to Film Motion Picture.” Below is a review from the Los Angeles Times.

Fun, hilarious, action packed… an all round great movie. Contains everything for the family and if you’re a true Marvel fan, then you will be getting the Peter tingles throughout the whole film. Tom Holland proves why he is the best Spider-Man and Jake Gyllenhall as Mysterio is a great pick.”

Overall, this movie turned out very well and had fans very happy at how it turned out as well as how good it did in the box office. The movie to date has pulled in $1.097 billion in revenue. Also, as of recent Spider-Man is not part of Marvel anymore and is now only part of Sony. The two could not reach a deal and Sony was left with Spider-Man. This number broke the record for Sony Pictures and is going to continue to grow even larger.