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Peter Parker is Very Much Alive in the First ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer

Too bad Mysterio interrupts his vacation by destroying half of Europe.

Marvel just dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home, and we’re happy to report that, despite the events of Avengers: Infinity War, Peter Parker is back in action.

Not that he necessarily wants to be. The trailer shows Parker, no doubt weary from slinging webs and fighting crime, craving some sense of normalcy. He decides to leave his suit at home and go sightseeing in Europe with his friends. Venice gondolas? Check. Double-decker bus in London? Check. Standard European vacation stuff.

And like most teenage boys, Peter awkwardly tries to chat up his crush, MJ, who, despite not having superpowers is way more self-assured than Peter.

The trip is pretty much going to plan until Nick Fury shows up to pull Peter back into the crime-fighting business.

One of the next shots we see is Spidey heading straight for an on-fire Tower Bridge. The culprit? Mysterio, played by a bearded, menacing Jake Gyllenhaal.

There’s not much else in the way of plot information that can be gleaned from the trailer. It closes by showing off some of the film’s CGI-fueled mayhem.

The timing of this trailer is a little bit disjointed. The events of the film appear to take place after Avengers: Endgame, which we assume will show what the hell happened after Thanos turned Spider-Man to dust that makes it possible for Peter Parker to go on a summertime jaunt around Europe.

Thankfully, the release schedule of the actual films does make sense. Endgame comes out on May 3 and Far from Home hits theaters on July 5. Until then, all fans can do is enjoy the trailers that should continue to come out and hope that the brain trust behind the MCU has a fantastic, entertaining way to put everything back together again.