Spider-Man: Far From Home will directly follow Avengers: Endgame as it is set almost immediately after the big finale event of the Infinity Saga. So the most recent happenings and their causes would actually be the ones that will be focused in the film. As the recent trailer of Far From Home suggested, a lot of the film would be about coping up with the loss that Peter Parker has suffered personally, and the causes of the big snaps that happened in Avengers: Endgame.
Tony Stark sacrificed himself so the likes of Peter Parker and the rest of the world could live freely without the fear of a Titan wiping out the entire Universe. The trailer showed us that the entire world remembers who Tony Stark was, and it will be upon Peter Parker to be the next Iron Man. Looking at Peter’s crying face, we really got very emotional, but Peter and all of us will have to deal with the fact that Stark is gone. No one can fill into his shoes, but Peter Parker can still be who he is and help the little guy around, just like Stark would have wanted.
Well even in his absence, Tony certainly has a lot of influence upon Spider-Man’s next chapter. Iron Man director and Happy Hogan actor Jon Favreau gave us a brief description of how Tony Stark still has a bit of a role to play in Spider-Man: Far From Home. He said:
“I try to know as much as my character does, so I try not to know too much. Happy isn’t somebody who’s innovating technology, but he’s one who’s been and Spider-Man’s sort of a tech hero. I think what’s been established in the MCU is that we’re really leaning into that he’s a little genius too.
Then, Tony has the resources of all of Stark from when he created the suit for him. It’s a fun balance but honestly, as I go through it I get pages the morning of. I’m like, ‘Okay, so what’s going on here?’ I can kind of piece it together and then I look in the makeup trailer of all the head shots and the names of all the characters, and I can put together what I think the movie’s about. I could guess with you. I can’t speak for that. I don’t know anything.”
So yes, as we saw in the trailers, the resources of Tony Stark will still come in pretty handy. Spidey still has the Iron Spider suit even though he is going to go through multiple suit changes in the film. Happy brings in the Stark jet. A LEGO Set for Spider-Man: Far From Home leaked the Stark Drones that will come into play during the film. So we could safely say that Tony Stark still emotionally drives the story upto a certain extent, and his resources will surely come in handy.
But apart from that, there’s just a whole lot more to take in from the film. Holland then went on to talk about how Peter’s international adventures will need him to bring in his A-Game. He said:
“At the end of the day, it’s always about saving people and doing the right thing. The world is at risk in this film. I feel like the Vulture was sort of low level crime, it was under the radar. Not many people knew about it, but this is a world-wide event. The stakes are much higher for him and I think he understands that, meaning he has to really show up and bring his A-game. At the heart of the film, Peter Parker just wants to tell the girl he really likes that he loves her and have a nice holiday. But that all gets ruined.”
Let’s see what happens when Spider-Man: Far From Home comes out on July 2. It is going to star Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man), Zendaya (Michelle Jones), Jake Gyllenhaal (Mysterio), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill), Marisa Tomei (May Parker), Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan), Angourie Rice (Betty, Jacob Batalon (Ned), Tony Revolori (Flash Thompson), and Numan Acar (Magnum).