If you follow us here at LRM regularly you must have already seen some of the set photo’s and videos that show us Spider-Man’s new red and black suit from the upcoming sequel Far From Home.
If not, then despair no more as the above video shows that Tom Holland appeared in character as Peter Parker/Spider-Man on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. You can get a good look at the suit in the skit for the first time, in a much clearer official image. It is pretty neat, though I personally am more of a fan of the blue over black. The new suit does look a little Superior Spider-Man, which of course was Mile Morales and not Peter’s suit, but Peter has worn a red and black suit in some comic runs from back in the day also.
The skit also features Kimmel trying to find out how Spider-Man can still be alive after the events of Infinity War, which has kind of become a running joke. Holland did his best spider sense job of dodging that question by declaring he had to go stop Thanos from robbing a bank. Yeah right Holland, as if Thanos would care about Earth money, that’s clearly a fabrication (I’m only joking before anyone calls a doctor btw).
So far the general feeling I am getting from most fans, including our own Spider-Man fanboy Nick is that the new look is very popular. We, of course, know already from the set footage that Holland will sport at least two other suits in the movie. These being the all black SHIELD branded suit from the London set and the more traditional pre-Infinity War suit in Venice with Nick Fury.
Spider-Man is going to end up with more costume changes than Iron Man at this point. Although, who knows whether Far From Home could be Holland’s last appearance in the MCU, we just don’t know if Sony will take the character back at this point. Let’s hope not and keep our fingers crossed on that front.
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SOURCE: Jimmy Kimmel