'Spiderman: Far From Home', the latest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe confirms the multiverse theory that has been going on for a while now.
The latest trailer of 'Spiderman: Far From Home' began with Tom Holland giving a warning about a massive 'Endgame' spoiler before even the trailer started. In the movie, Peter Parker, aka, the friendly neighborhood Spiderman is brought back o the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But interestingly, the major shocker the trailer introduces is much, much bigger than any one hero. The movie will pick up after the events of 'Endgame', which means that everyone Thanos snapped out of existence in the 'Infinity War' has returned to the land of the living.
Five years into the future, all the superheroes and the people related to them are doing their best to get back to living normal lives. Peter is taking a trip to Europe with his classmates but comes in face to face with Nick Fury, who needs his assistance handling a group of new elemental villains who seem hellbent on using their powers to cause chaos in various cities. As most of the other Avengers are busy, the duty falls on to Peter to team with Quentin Beck, who is a new hero with magical abilities to stop the elementals.
During one of the moments in the trailer, Fury notes something very important about Beck that fundamentally changes his role in the movie. As Fury explains, Beck is from Earth, just not ours. He is from another Earth. Hearing this, Peter Parker gets extremely excited and quips saying 'There is a multiverse out there?' Beck is from an alternate Earth and Fury can be heard explaining further, saying, "the Snap tore a hole in our dimension.”
It is not yet clear what he means when he says this. Does this mean he is referring to the initial snap of Thanos or Tony Stark’s snap or the combination of all the three snaps that happened? But, they end up explaining that the existence of a multiverse is rather huge for obvious reasons. One of the major developments that happened after 'Endgame' is that the idea that, in removing the Infinity Stones from the past, the Avengers created a number of alternate realities by messing with the events of their own time stream.
The Russo brothers have also gone on record saying that when Captain America makes his final time jump at the end of Endgame in order to live out the rest of his life peacefully, he doesn’t simply go to the past in order to be with Peggy Carter, instead, he lives in a completely different dimension. This also makes the fans of the MCU question what other realities are connected to the MCU? Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse co-producer Chris Miller seems to be wondering about this as well. In a tweet, he wrote, saying, "There is a multiverse?"
You’re saying there’s a multiverse?— Chris Miller (@chrizmillr) May 6, 2019
The latest Spiderman movie has already hinted a number of times about tying up all the Spiderman movies together with the idea that they’re all part of a much larger, interconnected web of movies, TV series, and comics. 'Spiderman: Far From Home' hits theatres on July 2.