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Spider-Man: Far From Home – the extended version of the scene post credits

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Published on Nov 01, 2019

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The youtube channel of the Daily Bugle run by Sony has released a new video starring J. Jonah Jameson!

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” (2019) was a novelty, under many points of view. The sequel to Spider-Man in the MCU, had the important task of having to explain the effects of Blip, an event which had decimated half of the population of the universe, including the same Parker and his supporting characters. After a series of events that are chaotic, that occurred during the school trip, Peter will learn to better manage their liability, managing to defeat the powerful illusions of Mysterio.

The end of the movie put finally the person in its role as a comfortable, until the shocking revelation of his true identity on the part of Jameson.

The clip in question, which you can view at the bottom is the extended version of the scene post credit shown in the movie, where Jameson reveals the true identity of the tessiragnatele, smascherandolo in front of the eyes of the world.

Jameson explores in detail who is behind the mask of Spider-Man, revealing that he is Peter Parker, calling it as a teenager in the “psychopath” of Queens, that he abuses his power. Unlike Mysterio, regarded by Jonah as the greatest hero of all time.

The writers of the film, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers revealed that this scene would happen before in the history of film. However, director Jon Watts, accompanied by the creative team of Marvel Studios, has decided to propose to this scene later in the film, giving the life of Peter Parker a turn for the dramatic, and surprising the fans with the return of J. K. Simmons in the role of J. Jonah Jameson.

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