According to Vulture, Samuel L Jackson and Cobie Smulders are all set to reprise their Marvel Cinematic Universe's characters in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has previously mentioned that the film would pick up a few minutes after the events of the yet-to-be titled fourth Avengers movie. The film is also the Marvel debut of Jake Gyllenhaal, who will play the big bad villain, Mysterio in the film. When he finally makes it back to Earth, it's probably time for Peter to meet more of the big guns, and Fury and Hill - while always relegated to supporting roles - certainly qualify as major MCU players. Undoubtedly, Peter Parker will be all too eager to be involved in their spy world, so cue plenty of pop culture references to James Bond and Jason Bourne.More news: Schneiderman's ex compared him to Nxivm cult leader
Okay, so that Infinity War ending... we didn't REALLY think everyone was gone, did we? After all, let's not forget that Spider-Man, Nick Fury and Maria Hill all turned to dust at the end of Avengers: Infinity War.
Stay tuned for more on Spider-Man: Far From Home as further updates roll in. Or it means that Spidey's cool new suit gets trashed. The Russos confirmed that theory and added Peter Parker's child-like reaction and refusal to simply accept his fate also played a part. Hopefully, we'll get official word on the cast sometime soon.More news: James Anderson narrowly escapes face injury while playing golf after 1st Test
If so, the trauma could be explored in Spider-Man: Far From Home next year.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is directed by Jon Watts from a script by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, and releases on July 5th, 2019.More news: Christopher Collins indicted on insider trading charges