Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer Reportedly Delayed, May Not Show At CCXP
The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer release might have been pushed back by Sony yet again
It looks like the first Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer that was supposed to premiere at Sony’s CCXP 2018 Panel in Brazil today might have been delayed. Scoops are coming in that the trailer’s release has been pushed back for as yet unknown reasons, with the trailer now coming some time later this month. The new rumored date for the trailer doing the rounds is December 18, although that’s still subject to confirmation.
After Avengers: Endgame took the internet by storm, launching a parade of views, likes and more likes, Far From Home was the next hotly anticipated trailer. As the breakdown revealed, Peter Parker is clearly shown as killed in action in Infinity War which has intensified the debate around what exactly the trailer will show. Just how exactly will Sony market a Spider-Man movie trailer without showing Spider-Man or risk spoiling a major reveal from Endgame. A theorized scenario is Sony releasing the first trailer centering completely around Jake Gyllenhall’s Mysterio, supporting characters like Zendaya and the other villains rumored to be a part of the movie, excluding Tom Holland from the marketing for now.
As advised by me in the past, take these news with a grain of salt. We bring you such news simply to keep you as updated as possible, often risking being wrong on multiple accounts. We’ll update this post as soon as we get wind of the trailer’s updated date.