UPDATE: Debuted exclusively for attendees.
UPDATE, Dec. 8: Well, the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home was indeed shown to attendees at Brazil Comic Con on Saturday … and it turns out they are the only ones seeing it for now.
The trailer was not released online as had been expected. We’ll keep you posted on when it might be released.
IGN Brazil was on hand for the Sony presentation so we will have a description of the trailer from them for you soon.
The original story follows.
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to debut at Brazil Comic Con on Saturday, December 8.
Collider claims that the trailer will premiere at Sony’s panel at the Comic-Con Experience in San Paulo, and will be released online shortly thereafter: IGN can report via sources that this claim is accurate.
Set to take place after the events of Avengers 4, many aspects of the film’s plot are still not known, though it is certain that Peter Parker will make his way to Europe. Tom Holland gave us a look at Spider-Man’s new suit in the movie as filming wrapped, and again soon after on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
This timing would likely place it as the third Marvel Cinematic Universe trailer to premiere within a week, as a new Captain Marvel trailer debuted on Monday, rumors suggest an Avengers 4 trailer will arrive this week, and this Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer will probably come shortly thereafter.
Though many believe the Avengers 4 trailer is set to hit on Wednesday, the Russo Brothers (directors of Avengers 4) are set to present at Thursday’s The Game Awards, possibly bringing the trailer, or more likely news on the Crystal Dynamics Avengers game. For more on the Avengers 4 trailer, here are six things we do and don’t want to see from it.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to be released on July 5, 2019.
Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.