Remember when the trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 revealed the attack against the Rhino, which would be the final shot of the movie?
Or that time the Venom trailer showed the “turd in the wind” exchange, which would also be the final scene of that movie?
Or that other time Sony decided to release a Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse clip showing the movie’s final monologue sequence?
Well, it happened again. Far From Home is no exception to this odd pattern found in Sony’s marketing of Spider-Man movies.
If you don’t want any spoilers for the movie, please stop reading right now.
After all the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker and MJ return to New York City. Together, they swing around Midtown Manhattan right before we cut to credits.
The film does come with two post-credit scenes as well. The one in the ad is the last non-post-credit scene.
Although none of these instances are heavy spoilers, it is a rather obscure pattern that others have previously poked fun at.
Sony absolutely loves putting the last scene of their movies in their trailers and I don’t know why https://t.co/1Kgio777CM
— 𝗡𝗔𝗔𝗛𝟬𝟵𝟭 #SaveDaredevil (@naah091) November 29, 2018
Sony, what is your problem with putting the last scene of your movie in the trailers? You did it for ASM 2 and now you did it for Venom.
— Taylor Pechter (@TheInspecter) October 9, 2018
One of the weirder things about Venom is that it keeps alive Sony’s tradition of showing off the last scene of Spider-Man movies in the trailer.
— Alex Zalben (@azalben) October 6, 2018
Spider-Man: Far From Home was produced by Marvel Studios and is being distributed by Sony. It opens in theaters nationwide on July 2nd.
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