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Spider-Man: Far From Home Initially Had a Completely Different Ending

Spider-Man: Far From Home Initially Had a Completely Different Ending”

What's scary though, is that the deal has a condition in which "final creative control" for Spider-Man would revert back to Sony if Far From Home doesn't earn a billion in the box office. Spider-Man: Far From Home has already crossed the $600 million mark worldwide and does not seem to be slowing down, anytime soon. Mysterio's risky maneuver - placing himself in the line of the drones' fire in a last-ditch effort to defeat Spider-Man - ended in his apparently being mortally wounded, and Spidey emerged victorious.

That's a twist most probably didn't see coming, and of course when breaking down the film with the New York Times, screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were asked why they chose to shake up the MCU that much. Ultimately, we decided that both was the way to go.

The specifics of major Hollywood contracts are notoriously hard to ascertain, and the occasional insights we do receive often come from actors revealing how many movies they have left in a particular franchise. Even when he clears his name, there's no way to change the fact that now everyone knows his secret and his family is in danger. To add insult to injury, Mysterio (with his maybe-dying breath) named Peter Parker as the guy behind the mask, throwing the wall-crawler's future status among the public into serious question. Let us know your views in the comments section below. After more than a decade since the release of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, we're getting a story this refreshing and mind-boggling.

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Maybe Nick Fury can help, or rather, who we think is Nick Fury.

Maybe the screenwriters wanted to end Phase 3 and the Infinity Saga on an "I am Iron Man" level twist, except Peter isn't openly saying that he wants his identity to be known so it's a bit of a bad comparison.

In an interview with the New York Times, Spider-Man: Far From Home writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers revealed that while it was always part of the plan to reveal Spider-Man's identity, the manner in which it happens was initially very different. But we're excited that if this continues on and we get to work on the next one, hopefully, it'll involve a lot of J.K.



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