Men in Black: International is showing in cinemas now, and Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released from June 28.
Sony is projecting the film to at least match the $154 million six-day start of "Homecoming".
Okay, just kidding. It was a bit on Jimmy Kimmel Live but still, it's adorable watching Tom Holland trying to shove the Spider-Man suit into a backpack while calling all the other superheroes by their first name.
The Spider-Man: Far From Home cast includes Tom Holland returning as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, along with Zendaya as "MJ", Jacob Batalon as Ned, aka 'the guy in the chair, ' and Marisa Tomei also returns as Aunt May. The film debuts on July 4 weekend, a highly lucrative holiday for summer blockbusters.
As Sony readies its final marketing push, estimates could likely increase, with some industry experts believing Far From Home's opening weekend numbers could reach as high as $180 million. He was a hit and became even more popular with "Spider-Man: Homecoming".
If that's an official tease of Doc Ock about to enter Marvel Cinematic Universe, we'll take it! As we all know, the part eventually went to Tom Holland, who had performed well during screen tests alongside Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans. On vacation with friends in Europe, he's thrown back into the superhero game by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), who teams him up with Jake Gyllenhaal's Mysterio to save the world from villains from another dimension. With Marvel fans still abuzz about the game-changing ending to "Avengers: Endgame", "Far From Home" promises to show how the MCU is adjusting to life after Thanos and how Peter Parker is coping with the loss of his mentor, Tony Stark.