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– by Campbell Clark

There has been a ton of leaked set photos and videos recently from the filming of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Most recently in New York City itself, but the set leaks are about to stop, folks, because that’s a wrap on principal photography for the movie.

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Spider-Man star Tom Holland took to Instagram to declare that the shoot was over for his sequel Spidey solo movie in the MCU. Will this be his last MCU entry, or will there be more to come, who can say at this point? Here is the post from Tom Holland below.

 

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THATS A WRAP #farfromhome

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Spider-Man: Far From Home is due to hit theaters in summer 2019, so now the folks that work all the magic behind the scenes have to do their part and lick the film into shape before it’s released to audiences worldwide. Of course, there are some huge amounts of technical work that happen after a shoot like Spider-Man. I would also expect Marvel to have already planned dates into early next year for any reshoots that are required after they start to put the movie together and realize what they may need more of. This is common practice these days on all Marvel movies and most big budget movies that are made. In fact, it was only recently that reshoots finished on Avengers 4.

There are a lot of details we already know about Far From Home, just from what we have seen during filming. We know that Spider-Man has multiple different suits in the film, also that the main villain is Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio and that Spider-Man and Nick Fury will have a scene on a Venetian boat at night. However, it could be some time before we hear anything else about the movie as the post-production work is going to carried out behind closed doors.

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SOURCE: Tom Holland (via Instagram)