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A new clip has been released from Marvel's Spider-Man: Far From Home, and gives a deeper insight into Jake Gyllenhaal's character, Mysterio.
And a possible Marvel multiverse where different galaxies and timelines exist side by side.
Now, the hardcore comic fans out there will almost certainly know all this but for those of us who just follow the movies, it makes for an interesting watch.
The new snippet was aired just before Gyllenhaal's interview on The Ellen Show.
It shows Tom Holland's Peter Parker meeting Quentin Beck - Mysterio - for the first time, after being introduced by S.H.I.E.L.D boss, Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson).
Beck then goes on to explain to Peter the concept of a multiverse.
He says to Parker: "You handled yourself well out there today, I saw what you did with the tower. We could use someone like you on my world."
To which the teen replies: "I'm sorry, your world?"
Fury then chimes in: "Mr Beck is from Earth, just not ours."
Beck goes on to explain: "There are multiple realities, Pete. This is Earth 616. I'm from Earth 833. We share identical physical constants, level four symmetry."
Understandably, Spidey is pretty shocked by the news but the inner Parker geeks out, saying: "I'm sorry but you're saying there's a multiverse? Because I thought that was just theoretical. I mean that completely changes how we understand the initial singularity, that's insane....sorry."
Marvel dropped the full trailer for the film on Monday.
The film kicks off Marvel Studios' Phase Four and is set right after the end of Avengers: Endgame. And to avoid any disappointment, at the beginning of the clip Peter Parker himself (AKA Tom Holland) warns fans who still haven't seen it not to carry on watching.
The trailer opens with a distraught Parker mourning the loss of his friend and hero, Iron Man (Tony Stark), who sacrificed himself to save the universe in the previous film.
It then cuts to Spidey kicking some criminal ass, and, referencing Stark's death again, one cop asks him: "Are you gonna be the next Iron Man, now?"
But after all the excitement of Endgame, Parker decides to go on a school vacation to Europe. However, it isn't long until he's tracked down by S.H.I.E.L.D boss Nick Fury, who teams the teen up with Mysterio, played by Gyllenhaal.
Over the course of the trailer, the partnership seems to sour somewhat as Mysterio's true motives begin to unravel.
The question fans are left with at the end is 'will Spider-Man step up', just as Stark did? And what is Mysterio up to?
Spider-Man: Far From Home is released in cinemas on 2nd July.
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