Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Streaming Online

Far From Home will officially close out Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe when it hits theaters on July 2. And with that great power comes great responsibility. Far From Home has to wrap up the grand, epic, Infinity Saga while also being a fun, standalone Spider-Man movie. Surely, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is dealing with a lot as it begins. He’s lost his father figure, Tony Stark, he’s coping with the fact that he spent five years in some kind of limbo after Thanos’s snap and many of his friends are (or should be!) now in their 20s. Certainly the movie will also be full of surprises we don’t see coming, like the rest of the MCU. These Reddit theories about Spider-Man: Far From Home try to anticipate those twists and turns though. And some of them may be right!


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According to the movie’s trailer, the Far From Home plot will find Peter trying to get back to normal by heading on a class trip to Europe. He’s leaving his suit behind, trying to experience life as a regular teenager. So, of course, that’s when Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) come calling. It’s not 100% clear if Mysterio is going to be a good guy working with S.H.I.E.L.D. or the bad guy he is in the comics. It’s also not clear whether the real villains of the movie will turn out to be the Elementals, god-like inter-dimentional beings who can wield power over the elements. And that’s just to start.

Jon Favreau, who plays Hogan, concurred: “I like what this relationship has evolved to, and, of course, to work with an actor like Tom Holland with scenes that are both funny and also emotional is great because I don’t get to act like this that often.”

“In the beginning, I was kind of a little annoyed by [his character] and I was like a babysitter assigned to look after him in the background of what was happening during ‘Civil War,’” the actor and director explained. “Thanks to Jon Watts [the film’s director] filling us in on all the specific details of what was leading up to this, because…’Endgame’ was actually still kind of shooting around the same time. So, to hear what my character had been through and what Peter Parker had been through, it definitely changed the relationship between our two characters.”

Watford vs Arsenal

Watford vs Arsenal: Watford host Arsenal at Vicarage Road on Monday as they aim for a European spot in the Premier League, on the back of securing their place in the FA Cup final last weekend after beating Wolves 3-2 at Wembley. Arsenal go into a vital clash against Watford on Monday after a demoralising away defeat to Everton last week.


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When is Kick Off? Monday April 15
What Time is Kick Off? 20:00 (BST)
Where is it Played? Vicarage Road

With Spurs and Manchester United winning on Saturday, the Gunners need to re-establish themselves in the top four race and in the process secure just a second win away from home in the Premier League since the turn of the new year.

A win over Napoli on Thursday will have raised the mood at the Emirates but that will now need to be followed up with a strong away performance in Hertfordshire.

Team News

Javi Gracia will be without Jose Holebas for Monday’s game, after the left back injured his hamstring in their FA Cup win over ​Wolves. Domingos Quina remains out with a shoulder injury, while Tom Cleverley is still sidelined with a calf problem. Adalberto Penaranda continues to be unavailable for selection due to his own hamstring issue.

​Arsenal welcome back Lucas Torreira from his three-match ban, having seen red in the north London derby against ​Tottenham.

However, Unai Emery has another issue to contend with as Sokratis Papastathopoulos begins his own two-match ban for the Gunners, having picked up his tenth yellow card of the season against Everton. The visitors will assess the groin issue facing Granit Xhaka ahead of Monday’s match, with the Swiss international still a doubt.

The Gunners have won only five of their 15 Premier League games on the road this season, with three of those victories coming at the sides in the relegation zone.

In stark contrast, results at the Emirates Stadium have been good enough to keep Emery’s side in contention for a top-four finish.

Their home record – losing just once in front of their own fans all season and only title challengers Manchester City and Liverpool boasting a better run – means a rare away win at Watford tomorrow night will put a return to the top four back in their own hands.