Spider-Man: Far From Home — Behind the Scenes!


LORRAINE CINK: From Spidey suits
to Tom Holland’s stunts to Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio,
we’re talking “Spider-Man: Far from Home.” Hi, I’m Spider-Man’s aunt Edith. I’m Lorraine. And I’m those tiny
sassy little hairs on Spider-Man’s fingers that let
him climb and stick to stuff, Ryan Penagos. And this “Earth’s
Mightiest Show.” And we are talking
about “Spider-Man: Far from Home,” which
is now available on Blu-ray and digital. First up, check out this
behind the scenes look at how Spider-Man’s many
costumes in the film were brought to life. [MUSIC PLAYING] I’m here with Ryan Meinerding,
head of visual development for Marvel Studios.
Hello, sir. Hello. Let’s get into it. Let’s talk about
Spider-Man: Far from Home.” All right. Spider-Man has I think the
most iconic costume of all time of all Super Heroes across
everything that exists, definitive statement. But let’s talk about the
ones in “Far from Home.” Right. LORRAINE CINK: I have a feeling
I know the inspiration for it. What was your comic
book inspiration for it. RYAN MEINERDING: Well, John
Whitehead had always wanted to reference the Noir costume. But also since this
movie so much about Peter dealing with the hero that he’s
trying to be or supposed to be, having him being given a
costume by Nick Fury essentially to say you could be this
tactical version of Spider-Man is essentially just almost like
a visual representation of him exploring a different
type of hero. And seeing him all in black and
with the flip up tactical eyes was a way of I think doing the
Noir stuff but also keeping a little bit of “Spider-Man
2” with it being fun with the flip up eyes. You know, I think it’s really
interesting because during Dan Slott’s run, he had that
stealth costume that was sort of like the neon piping– RYAN MEINERDING: Ah, yeah. LORRAINE CINK: And
the black suit. Did you ever go
through that iteration, or did you always know you
guys were going full Noir? I mean, I think again
it needed a– usually we’re looking at stuff from the
comics and seeing how it can translate into something that’s
relevant for the story world that we’re trying to make. And looking at the Noir
stuff, it sort of translating a little bit better
into something that felt tactical than the neon stuff– Yeah, it’s not as
stealthy as you would think. It’s not quite stealth
though it’s great. It’s great. Beautiful though. Now you also got to upgrade
Spider-Man a little bit. What were some of his
upgrades for this film? The notion at the end when
Peter has to make his own suit using Tony’s tech
was essentially for me that it’s Peter
becoming the Spider-Man that he needs to be. And part of that
is the idea of him using technology of his own. So the pitch for that
suit was essentially that he would sort of
spin a bunch of webs and then Tony’s technology
would weave it together into the suit, so
the suit was actually supposed to be made from
Peter’s web so essentially to say they’re the strongest
material he has access to and meant to sort of
integrate his technology with Tony’s technology. So the idea is at
the end of that movie was that the suit
was going to be able to do more web-based gags. Are used just like a kid in a
candy shop with these costumes? Totally. I mean, when Kevin Feige came
into my office and said we– you’re going to
work on “Spider-Man” and “Civil War,” it was– I think I let out a
visible like “eep” like it was a very undignified noise. That’s a appropriate Peter
Parker reaction though. [LAUGHS] So if someone wanted to get
into the visual development– I’m not saying I’m
leaving my job but– no, but if someone really
is interested in doing a job like yours, where do
you think people should start? I mean, reading comics
is probably a great place. I love it. Check. Loving comics, loving
comic characters. Drawing, I– you know, I drew– I’ve been drawing since
I was a very small child. I got into doing airbrushing and
sort of more realistic drawing and painting and then design. That sort of understanding
coupled with artistic ability and hard work, you know, I
think you can do– you can get to where you want to go. Thank you so much
for talking with us. You guys, be sure to
download “Spider-Man: Far from Home” now. Oh, man, I love the
Spider-Man Noir references that Ryan talked about in there. Very cool. And I like the idea of the
upgraded costume was actually supposed to be sort of a spun
web idea because it reminds me of in the comics when
Spider-Man loses his costume and has to make like a
little web diaper situation, like a tidy webby. Yeah, a Spidey Dipey. Yeah, I like that,
but I like ultimately for the costume kind of
reminded me of Superior Spider-Man from the comics. I thought it was a
really cool vibe. Yeah, and they just
showed like other cos– I like how you brought up
the stealth suit, which is, you know, you can
tell Ryan loves the comics and loves bringing that
to life for the films. Yeah, I love getting to
see fans make cool stuff. Well, that’s not all. Spider-Man is put
through the ringer, and that means the actor who
portrays him also gets to have some exciting times on set. Check out this
behind the scenes look at how Tom Holland
performed the bridge stunt in “Spider-Man– Far from Home.” TOM HOLLAND: I was sitting on
the floor rigged to a ratchet, which is a machine
where I will zoom backwards and slam into a wall. And the SFX guy will
also click a button, which will dump thousands
of gallons of water on me. And you best believe they
didn’t heat the water. It was freezing.
– Whoa! It’s quite similar to
a cold shower actually. It is a cold shower. We can make it colder. You dare? So they go 3, 2, 1. Action. I zoom back, I
slam into the wall, and then all I hear is
the SFX guy go, sorry. And then the water
just went [SPLOOSHING].. [DRAMATIC MUSIC PLAYING] So we had to do
it a second time. SFX: 3, 2, 1. [PANTING] [LAUGHING] That was perfect. [BOOM] But it looks great. [WATER RUSHING] [GRUNTING] [LAUGHING] It’s good, isn’t it? Wicked. Did you clock how there
was Tom Holland’s stunt man right there wearing
the same outfit, going through the same thing? Kudos to all those people
doing that hard work. I know. They were like soaked, but they
were having such a great time even Tom, who
repeatedly over and over again had to do that stunt and
get slammed against the wall. Thankfully a lot of padding. It is very safe, but it looked
like a lot of fun actually. Yeah, and shout out
to the VFX team, who then takes out all the wires. Yeah. The magic of the movies. But if you haven’t
yet seen the film, spoiler warnings
ahead because we’re about to talk about
a major reveal. That is right. Mysterio has an epic
twist, and Jake Gyllenhaal gives us his take on
the mysterious allusions of Mysterio right now. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: He
uses the technology that he has developed to
create the idea of a Super Hero to essentially fool the
world and fool Peter Parker. What is it like some kind
of projector or something? Mysterio. You are so gullible. I mean, he’s smart as
a whip, just a sucker. So now all your
friends have to die. JAKE GYLLENHAAL: I
was really attracted to the idea of Mysterio as
an illusionist and to get into Spider-Man’s head to a
point where Spider-Man really wasn’t quite sure who
he was in the end, and I think that’s what
makes Mysterio so special. TOM HOLLAND: Jake is so
convincing as a nice guy that you just believe
him and you trust him, and that’s what
makes it even worse when you find out that he’s been
playing Peter this entire time. I give the world
someone to believe in. You need to wake up. It was my goal to try
and create a character that doesn’t leave you. And if I’ve done my
job, I think you’ll leave, look around
the corner, wondering maybe if Mysterio was there. [GRUNTING] I don’t know what’s real. Oh, man. I love all the comics
references that they’re able to put into the film. I mean, honestly
kudos to Jake Gyllenhaal for taking Mysterio, who is
such an iconic character, and we think of him as a villain
but making him so likable. It was really hard to
watch that twist happen. I know. I mean, watching it
over and over again as I’ve seen the movie
a bunch of times, I still like, oh, come on. You could be such a good guy. I know if only he would
have gotten those little bangs, the little– from the comic books when
he has the little bowl cut. RYAN PENAGOS: The bowl cut?
LORRAINE CINK: Yeah. All right, I cannot wait
to watch “Spider-Man: Far from Home” again. You guys can pick
it up on Blu-ray or download it on digital today. Now tell us your
favorite Spider-Man suit, whether it’s classic
Spidey, Night Monkey, or his upgraded costume
in #EarthsMightiestShow, and we’ll see you next time.
– I’m Lorraine. I’m Ryan. And this is Marvel. Yeah.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer | Fanmade

Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer | Fanmade


Mysterio: You’re an amazing creature Spider-Man… You and I are not so different. Tony Stark: I was wrong about you, the whole world was wrong about you. Peter Parker/Spider-Man: Come on man. Mr. Harrington: Who is Spider-Man? Michelle/MJ: I don’t know who he is. Ned: It’s a mystery and it always will be. Mysterio: *laughing* *laughing* continues Unknown: I been watching you for a while… Mysterio: Join me, imagine what we could accomplish together! Unknown: Are you ready to become a hero? *outro*

What if a Radioactive Spider Bites You?


– We all know what
happened to Peter Parker but what would really happen to you if you were bitten by
a radioactive spider. Let’s get technical. (suspenseful instrumental music) The origin of Spider-Man starts all the way back in 1962 in the
panels of Amazing Fantasy 15 and in those panels
scientists are demonstrating to Peter Parker and his
class their amazing control over so called radioactive rays. The scientists throw the
switch on their machine but at the exact same
time, an unfortunate spider dangles down from the ceiling and absorbs a fantastic
amount of radiation. The spider then totally stressed out and in its death throes,
then Peter who then more or less immediately
gains superpowers. The origin story of spider
man has changed over the years but what would happen to you if you were in this same original situation? First, those 50 year old panels
got something exactly right. Spiders do not want to bite us. Whether it’s our evolution or our culture, we have a habit of blaming spiders, we think that they bite us all the time. Any unexplained bump or rash
has to be a spider’s fault. We just assume. But from spider statistics and behavior, we can say definitively, it’s
almost never a spider bite no matter what you think it is. For example, it’s always fun to joke that everything including
spiders in Australia want to kill you right? Oh g’day, got bit by a spider. But just guess how many people
have died from spider bites like that from the very
venomous funnel web spider in the last, let’s make
it interesting, 40 years, just guess for a second, I can tell you. It’s one. Contrast this tiny number with the number of people in the US alone each
year that are bitten by dogs, and suddenly spiders
don’t seem quite as nasty. Come here, come here you little spider. Come here, eh, get over here. Come here little spider. This isn’t to say that
spiders don’t bite people, they definitely do. It’s just that we seem to think
because of our spider bias that spider bites are much more common and much more dangerous
than they actually are. For example, most people are afraid of the brown recluse and Black Widow. No the more alive Black Widow. There we go. However, mostly thanks to
the development of antivenom, there have been almost
zero deaths combined between these two spiders
in the last few decades. In the United States,
there hasn’t been a death by Black Widow since 1983 if
you don’t include endgame. Not only are potentially
dangerous spiders rarely deadly, we are terrible and
identifying spider bites in the first place. For example, in a resent
study in Southern California which does have black widow spiders, out of 200 people who came in saying they definitely got bit by a spider, less than 4% of them
actually got bit by a spider. And this is consistent
across the literature. The vast majority of the time
we mistakenly blame spiders, it’s hard to even get statistics like this because of misreporting
and misremembering. Our inherent spider bias, it’s fine. It’s really fine. They’re they’re mostly fine. There you go. Adding to all of this, yes,
most spiders are venomous, but almost none of them can
physically bite into us, even if they wanted to. We have identified around 40,000 species of spider worldwide. Out of all these species how many of them do you think can both bite us, and have venom that is dangerous to us? Well, maybe you can sense a theme here, but it’s literally like 12. 12! Spider biters. The fact is most spiders on Earth do not have venom that is dangerous to us. And most spiders on Earth
do not have the chelicerae or pointing fangy mouth bits that are capable to deliver
that venom into our bodies. The Daddy Long Legs is
probably the biggest victim of this kind of misconception. They aren’t venomous in
the way they would harm us. They do not have fangs that
are big enough to make it into our skin and
they’re not even spiders, and yet we treat them like
they’re secretly super deadly. We need to get over our spider bias. Now go! Go hang on the bedroom
ceilings and wait to jump on their faces when they’re sleeping. It’s fine, they’re not even spiders. Spider-Man’s comic origins got it right. Spiders really do only bite
us in extreme situations. So let’s just say that against all odds a radioactive spider does bite you. What happens next? In the original comic
panels the infamous spider becomes radioactive when it accidentally finds itself in the firing
line of radioactive rays. Studies do show that
insects and arachnids can handle a lot more radiation than you or I could before dying. Somewhere between 30 and 1500 grays which is an increase of 10 to 500 times over what we can handle. So maybe a spider could absorb a fantastic amount of radiation. The question no one ever asked
of this scenario, though, is how does this spider
actually become radioactive? Now I know the scientist
in the original comic said radioactive rays. But what if I was just
fancy 60s comic speak for a beam of neutrons and I suggest this because neutron bombardment is the only common way
for otherwise normal stuff to become radioactive stuff. It’s called neutron activation. Very basically, neutron activation is the act of shoving neutrons into an otherwise stable atomic nucleus. This makes the nucleus
bigger and unstable. It wants to return to stability. So in order to do so
it throws off particles and radiation to get back
down to its unexcited state. It’s kind of like the
guy that you drive behind on the highway who tried
to stuff too much stuff in his trunk didn’t
secure all of it properly instead of just taking like two
seconds to secure all of it. Now he’s putting your
life in danger cause parts of it are falling down onto the highway and maybe breaking your windshield, and you don’t wanna stop
and pull over and call AAA, and you’re late to the dentist already. Sorry, all normal material can be neutron activated,
even spider material. You can in theory make
a spider radioactive through neutron activation. However, it’s not exposure
to the spider itself that changes Peter’s nerd bod. It is exposure to the spiders venom. And so the maximum dose of
radiation you could receive, or Peter, depends on
exactly how much venom a spider can inject into you. Take the Black Widow again,
it has dangerous venom, but not very much. The average bite from a Black Widow only imparts two hundreds
of a single milligram worth venom into its victim. Just a few sand grains worth of mass. So now let’s get technical. Let’s say our spider has a
black widow’s amount of venom and after it is irradiated,
that venom is somehow through maybe neutron activation, as radioactive is
something like plutonium, this is ridiculous as an assumption, but let’s say it happens anyway because this amount is so small, it has to be really radioactive or else nothing’s going to happen. Now the spider bites you
and you have 20 micrograms of radioactive venom coursing
through your bloodstream emitting alpha particles that is smashing into cellular structures
inside of your cells and punching holes in your DNA. If the venom stayed in your
bloodstream after a week you would have absorbed
the same full body dose that you’d want to absorb over
20 years in just one week. And after a month, you
start to notice some changes in your blood cell count
because now you have non-fatal but still totally really bad radiation sickness, yay. The reality is if a truly
radioactive spider bit you it either wouldn’t be radioactive enough to do anything to your body or it would be so radioactive
that just a tiny amount of its venom would start
taking a bone saw to your DNA. Oh yeah. And broken DNA doesn’t
give you superpowers. It gives you cancer. This is why later
interpretations of Spider-Man’s origin story leaned into a
genetically engineered spider with genetically engineering venom. And I know I may have just
not your hopes and dreams of being Spider-Man off of a tall bridge and you tried to save it
with a web but you couldn’t so maybe let’s take this question
in a different direction. What if you were bitten by the most radioactive spider in the world. If a radioactive spider had
the most radioactive venom it would become literally the
most toxic animal on Earth. When we say something is radioactive, like this ominous hunk of metal here, what do we actually mean? Well, you’ve probably
heard of half life, right? It’s the amount of time
it takes for half of a radioactive material to decay away. And if we know this amount of time and how many atoms are
in this hunk of metal, we can calculate how many
of those nuclear decay events happen every second, and the more that happened per second the more radioactive
something is, makes sense. For example, let’s say
that this hunk of metal is actually radium-226, an isotope radium. It would make this metal one of the most radioactive substances on Earth. If we had a kilogram of
radium-226 right here it would be throwing out
36 trillion particles every single second, and because these particles
carry ionizing energy, it is very dangerous to
stand right next to it. but it’s not the most dangerous. This is just a few
milligrams of polonium-210. It was discovered in
named after Poland in 1898 by Marie and Pierre Curie. It was the first element to be discovered by its extreme radioactivity alone. Here I have just a few milligrams of it, just a snowflake’s worth of mass and it still literally glows blue in air because the particles it’s
throwing off as a decays are ionizing the air around it. Polonium-210 isn’t the
most radioactive substance that we know of, but it
might be one of the scariest because the particles it’s throwing off carry very high energies. Those particles don’t travel
very far in air though, so you can stand about
this far away from it and you’d be fine. But if this got into your body, you’d now be in contact
with one of the most toxic substances on Earth. So let’s put it in our spider’s venom. The most radioactive spider on Earth is about to bite us during our field trip and inject us with a Black Widow’s worth of polonium-210 in liquid form. Wait for, math first, you know that. Spider-Man. We know the radioactivity of polonium-210. We know how much mass is going
to be in your bloodstream from the bite, and we know how much energy each one of those decaying particles will have and impart to your body. We are going to consider
what this does to you over the course of a day if
you have spider man’s mass. If you were bit by the
most radioactive spider after just a day you would absorb an entire body dose of three grays. You would feel nauseous, confused, you would start throwing up and, and then you, you lose all your hair. God. A week after being bitten by the spider you would have absorbed
a total of 23 grays, you’re going into shock, you’re
in and out of consciousness, your organs are failing. For context, the 100% lethal dose even with medical treatment
starts at eight grays. You are not waking up
with nerd abs after this. If our spider’s venom was as
radioactive as polonium-210, the amount of venom he would
need to inject into you to do something to your body in the form of definitely killing you would
be just a single microgram, less than a third the mass
of a single grain of sand. Polonium-210 is so
radioactive that it doesn’t really have any uses outside
of just being radioactive as a source of radiation
for heating up space probes in space with radioactivity
and being used as a, as a very potent poison. I guess though, it wouldn’t
put the venom in venom. So what would really happen to you if you were bitten by
a radioactive spider? Well, the comics got a lot right. You can in theory making
spider radioactive. Spiders only bite people
in extreme situations. And if a radioactive spider bit you, it could in theory do
something to your body, however, that something could
either be almost nothing, or so much that instead
of wall climbing powers and shooting webs out and stuff, you have the powers of
nausea and organ failure. Honestly, the most unbelievable part of Spider-Man’s origin story isn’t that radioactivity did
something to Peter Parker, it’s that a spider jumped to his hand and bit him in the first place. Because Science. To me, my spiders, all of you, yes. To their basements we go to
lie and wait in the dark. (upbeat electronic music) Neutron activation can
be a serious concern, especially if you’re working around things that emit radiation and emit neutrons, it can make things like
your workspace radioactive, I actually got this sticker which says caution radioactive material
potentially activated. I got this at a national laser lab, because what they do
there can actually emit neutrons into the surrounding environment and activate material so
they build most of the lab out of concrete and not steel, because steel can become
activated by these neutrons and then it can become radioactive and therefore workplace hazard and I have it on this mug because it’s probably not radioactive. Thank you so much for watching Dakota. If you want more of me
and Because Science, you can follow us on the
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Bonus Features | Spider-Man Far From Home HISHE

Bonus Features | Spider-Man Far From Home HISHE


I’m gonna ask you a question and be honest Are you two dating? Not really.
Yes. What?
Summer fling. Yes that evolves and grows like I still don’t know her it’s gonna. open to wherever it might lead.
Anywhere. And to share it…
On or off. With people…
-But we’ll always be friends. No matter what who are also
– because we’ll have these memories I’m gonna go… because I have a date -because we all are connected
so…. Bye! We are. Hello. I’m Adrian and you know me as Samuel L Jackson in everything. You guys are ruining my space vacation! I always joke that I was your only black friend at the time. That’s the running joke One day out of the blue. I think it was when Y’all were doing Jurassic Park… And Daniel was like, “Can you do Samuel L Jackson’s voice? and I was like “I dont know.” And I went and recorded myself doing it real quick and sent him a copy of it – I remember that! And he was like “Yeah that’s perfect!” can you come in this day? We thought you were dead! Oh I see! So a black arm falls on you and you just assume it’s mine! -now you’re like our most famous voice actor (laughs) Which is really weird. but strangely enough my students get the biggest kick out of it. Oh heck no! We are not going in there! This is crazy! They were like Neely never told us about THIS! and one of them had screenshot my name in the credits. And I was like I didn’t know Y’all dug it like that. Dang it girl you’re gonna give me away! I’m Nick Fury. And hopefully people will quit asking me to say where is my super suit in public because that’s happening way too often. Hey I’m Victor! I’m the voice of Spider-Man for Tobey Maquire From How it Should Have Ended Spider-Man 3 Spider-Man Tres Amigo! I get to be Spider-Man yet again As we do the far from home episode What’s it feel like to be Peter Parker again? Oh it’s unique! I have to remember to go “Hi I’m Peter Parker” I’ve known Daniel since highschool. Probably around 10th grade. I remember when he was just messing around with VCR tapes and now it’s grown into this thing so it’s pretty neat. we call it the spider-verse But yeah the multiverse is totally a thing Hey. I’m Spider-Man. Try one that’s like “Hey drone! You ever heard of the shoulder touch?” Okay. Hey drone! You ever heard of the shoulder touch? Well everyone who wasn’t on an airplane Or on a boat. Or on a boat. yeah. I wish I could quit you. I say we poke him with a stick. I say we poke him with a stick. Where is my super suit! (laughter)

How Spider-Man Far From Home Should Have Ended

How Spider-Man Far From Home Should Have Ended


Okay… Finally done equipping my glasses with access to all my state of the art technology… for Peter in case I die. Now to just write some vague instructions to turn them on… and give them to Nick Fury, who will hopefully just hand them over to Peter one day. Here’s a bright idea. How about you DON’T give military grade death drone controlling 80’s glasses to an easily influenced hormonal teenager just because he has a foxy aunt. Oh dang! You’re right! Here you go Rhodey! ♫ And I… ♫ ♫ Will try not to forget you ♫ ♫ OooooOOooooooo ♫ ♫ But come on let’s be realistic ♫ ♫ Things change after time ♫ ♫ Oh yeah ♫ ♫ Oh but you were the best… ♫ ♫ When you were around ♫ Gone, but not forgotten. Five years ago half of the world blipped out of existence. but thanks to the acts of these mighty heroes… those who blipped away were saved. Well… everyone who wasn’t on an airplane. (screams) Or on a boat… (screams) Or people in high traffic areas. Okay I think they get it! It’s really nice to have someone to talk to about this super hero stuff. Anytime. Thanks. What the! uh oh!
Why are you a ghost? Whelp! Gotta go! Byeeeeeee! You’re up kid! Alright, Fire, try this on for size! What the heck? What is happening here? Whelp. Gotta go! Byeeeeeeeee! Now that is some bull crap. Fury wouldn’t say crap. Dang it girl! You’re gonna give me away! Oh man! I’m out of webs! I really wish their was a multiverse. Well lucky for you there is! What? Who are you?! We call it the Spider-verse, but yeah the multiverse is totally a thing. Hey. I’m Spider-Man. Whoa! And I’m the Amazing Spider-Man! Awesome! What makes you so amazing? I… I can ride a skateboard. Okay. And we’re all here too! Hey. Awesome! Let’s do this! Does anyone have any extra webs? Whoohoo Bam! Ha ha! What’s up drone? This little piggy went SMASH! Pew Pew Pew! You ever heard of the shoulder touch?! Yoohooo! (kiss) Kablamo! Edith, is this real? All illusions are terminated, Peter. Are we sure about that? I say we poke him with a stick! Ow! Stop! I’m dead! Yeah. He’s not dead. Dang it Edith! You got me? I got you. Holy crap! That was close! Well at least I didn’t die. Oh no there’s more! AAAAAGGGGGH! EDITH, terminate all the drones! I’m sorry. I can’t do that, Peter. What? Why? You have not been granted control from Quentin Beck. Sorry Pal. Oh my gosh! AAAAAGGGH! So the drones got him… Which was kind of sad. But now I can continue to manipulate the masses Because I’m a master illusionist. Oh you think you’re a master of illusions? Ha ha ha. Don’t make me laugh You’re a rip off of Syndrome at best. Exactly! Hey, Bubble Boy! Why don’t you take a seat next to the Mandarin over there And come back when you’re done copying me! I’m not copying you! If anything you copied me! You wish! You guys are just jealous because everyone finds me most attractive. (laughter) Yeah what about Killmonger? I mean me! I am obviously the most attractive Everybody shut up! I’m preparing for my return. I wish I could quit you. EDITH?
Yes, Peter? I’d like to transfer control to Quentin Beck. Quentin Beck Former Stark employee. What? Developed hologram projection technology. And was fired for being unstable. Are you serious? Multiple hologram drones detected. Former Stark employee. Is there something wrong? Do you still wish to transfer control, Peter? No! Cancel that request, EDITH! Give me those glasses! Hey do you have super strength? Because I do! My drones! My guy! My plan! After that Nick Fury took Mysterio and his gang away… I made out with MJ for a bit… Told her my secret identity. WHAT?!
WHAT?! Dude! You can’t give away your secret identity! Peter, Tony would want you to say… Well I did and I’m awesome so in your face. not now EDITH. What’s the big deal? I thought you tell girls your secret identity all the time. Of course I do! Do you know why? Because I’m an adult and I can handle it. You’re just a kid. He didn’t tell me. It was actually pretty obvious. Honestly I’m embarrassed the whole class hasn’t figured it out by now. You’re like always missing when Spider-Man is around… And you both sound exactly the same. That’s not obvious! We don’t sound the same. Does anyone else know your secret identity? Not really just a few people like… Aunt May… and Ned… and Happy… And Nick Fury… and Maria Hill… and Doctor Strange… And well actually all of the Avengers know But they’re all good guys! And that’s it? I guess I tell Mysterio my name And I hung out with him in what I thought was a public bar… without my mask on. I’m pretty sure the vulture knows your name too. And he’s still alive. hehe. Yeah you’re screwed. No you guys are being paranoid. I’ve got this under control. But that’s not all folks Here’s the real blockbuster! Brace yourself you might wanna sit down. Spider-Man’s real name is… (gasp) EDITH, disrupt this transmission! Of course Peter.
Spider-Man’s name… is… What?! That’s not true! I’m JJ Jameson! I’m not Spider-Man! Spider-Man is… What is happening, people!? Look. Here’s his photo! The real Spider-Man is… You are all fired! Whew! Hey. What’s up? Hey. Just calling to check in. So.. I think it went well. They don’t seem to suspect anything. Did you say Because I’m Batman? No. You gotta say Because I’m Batman. Why? Because I’m Batman! I’m sorry! The opportunity didn’t really present itself. I seriously doubt that. Well I don’t know what to do. They’re all gone now. Just don’t forget next time! Ugh! (sigh) Do you think we should head back? No! They got this. You don’t think that will create confusion? Make people question who’s real or not? No. Or how long they’ve been Skrulls? No. You don’t think sending Skrulls in our stead makes it look like we didn’t care about helping Spider-Man deal with his problems on Earth? You guys are ruining my space vacation! Where the heck are the Avengers?!

Spider-Man Far From Home – My Brother Is Spider-Man!!!

Spider-Man Far From Home – My Brother Is Spider-Man!!!


(Spider-Man screaming) (upbeat music) – Growing up I was
always scared of spiders. It’s silly really, they’re
just little furry insects. But I think it’s just
a fear of the unknown, which is what fear actually is. Now I’m only fearful of fear itself. That’s not me by the way, that’s Harry. He’s a big Marvel fan and
he’s just your average kid who’s obsessed with Spider-Man. Well, that was until he went to sleep. (soft rock music) Don’t worry, that’s not a
real spider, its just a toy but it helps illustrate
what happened to him. Yes, believe it or not,
Harry was bitten by a spider. And Harry didn’t even
notice but the next morning he woke up and some strange
things started happening to him. It was probably one of
those radioactive spiders, but I have no clue as to
how it became radioactive. Perhaps it got stuck in a
microwave when someone was heating up their cold chips. Personally I don’t think
anyone should reheat chips. Would you believe if your
brother told you about his new powers? No, Harry’s brothers didn’t either. He even demonstrated some
of the skills but they were too busy living their lives. (upbeat music) Because Harry knew everything
about Spider-Man he knew what to do next. He started creating his own
web shooters, creating an unoriginal-looking Spider-Man costume. And practising his Spidey-like skills. (upbeat techno music) That’s pretty much all Harry
ever did, until one day he saw a newsflash on TV. Well actually, it wasn’t on
his TV, it was on his phone. And it wasn’t a newsflash,
it was a video YouTube suggested to him called
Crazy New Superhero Takes Over the World. His curiosity made him click
on it and he saw strangely dressed man for the first time. Yes I know, it looks
like a spaceman’s helmet, but that’s all we could get on Amazon. Harry then noticed there
were many videos showing Mysterio in action but they were all uploaded on the same day. Harry smelt like a rat,
sorry, Harry smelt a rat. Mysterio was using his
skills of misdirection, as he couldn’t have been so
heroic all on the same day. Harry was delightfully
excited to put his new superhero identity to
the test and take on his first nemesis, Mysterio. Now I know you’ve heard of
Mysterio, because he’s in the new Spider-Man: Far From Home movie. But what you may not know
is that Mysterio does not possess any superhuman abilities,
however he is an expert designer of special effects
devices and stage illusions. He is also a master of hypnosis. (dramatic music) Unfortunately Harry taking on
his nemesis didn’t go to plan. Mysterio was superior in
combat, thanks in part to his extensive knowledge of
hand-to-hand combat techniques, learned as a stuntman. The new Spider-Man was defeated
and went home to recover, but it wasn’t long before news
broke out about the fight. Mysterio had secretly
filmed the encounter and the footage racked up over 40
million views on YouTube. Which, by the way, is still
less than some of Gorgeous Movies’ YouTube videos. Harry knew that in order
to defeat his new nemesis he would have to be better prepared. Harry started to exercise,
he used weights that were too heavy for him. He started to eat super
healthy food and he began perfecting his skills. This is probably a good time
for me to quickly check my phone while you check
the training montage. (inspirational music) So the new Spider-Man was
ready to defeat Mysterio. And so he made his way to
their previous meeting place. However, Mysterio was not
there, Spider-Man was sad and disappointed, but then
Mysterio mysteriously appeared. Like a coiled spring,
Spider-Man sprung into action, Spider-Man was way faster
this time, he was more agile. And he was definitely more
eager to show the world that he could conquer his nemesis. However, Mysterio began
hypnotising Spider-Man, and made him do a variety of embarrassing things. (intense music) I don’t want to see them
either, but I have to show you just to make it clear how
good Mysterio’s hypnosis was. Using hypnosis, Mysterio
took complete control of Spider-Man’s unconscious mind. (intense music) Mysterio then took Spider-Man to his house and that’s where we are right now. (helmet depressurizing) Yes, you see I am Mysterio! And my brother Harry has no idea. What happens next is up to you,
let us know in the comments down below and we’ll pick
the best idea for part two. And give us a thumbs up, please. – What happens next? You decide, tell us in the comments.