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‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Reviews Warn Of Endgame-Sized Spoilers

The next big Marvel movie takes the 'Endgame' ball and runs with it.

Credit: Sony/Marvel Studios

So, apparently, Spider-Man: Far From Home is good. And not good in an Ant-Man and the Wasp kind of way, but like, really, really good. Last summer, after Avengers: Infinity War rocked everyone’s world, the follow-up Marvel movie (Ant-Man and the Wasp) was seen as tepid in contrast. (We liked it for the record.) But, now, Spider-Man: Far From Home has an even tougher-act to follow: It’s the first MCU movie after Endgame basically closed the door on an entire movie era. But, early reviews are saying the new Spidey isn’t affected by that pressure one bit, and if you think you’re out of the woods with huge superhero spoilers, think again!

On Wednesday night, early non-spoiler reactions to Spider-Man: Far From Home started popping up on social media. These are critics who have seen early screenings of the movie and are literally just sharing their emotions about the film without getting too in-the-weeds about what the movie is about. If you know nothing else about Spider-Man: Far From Home before you go see it with your family, here are the three big takeaways from these early reviews: The movie is charming and lighthearted Zendaya as Mary Jane steals the show, and there are apparently huge Marvel movie spoilers that you’re going to want to avoid at all costs.

Here are some of the critics in their own words:

So, spoilers are a thing again. Seriously, something big must happen in this movie. Will it involve Nick Fury? Will Spider-Man get sent to an alternate dimension? Will that cat from Captain Marvel reappear? Right now not knowing seems to be the best bet.

A lot of people also pointed out that the movie is a good young, teen movie that is super-positive and heartwarming. So, if Endgame was the movie for the dads, maybe this is the Marvel movie like, actually for the kids.

People also really like Zeynedya and thinking about old class trips they went on in high school. What more could you want!

Spider-Man: Far From Home confusingly comes out on a TUESDAY. That’s July 2, to be exact. So, start getting worried about spoilers two Mondays from now. 

Also relevant: After Spider-Man: Far From Home comes out, it’s very likely Marvel will reveal whatever secret movies it’s planning for the rest of 2019 and 2020.