Far From Home is the first Marvel film to be released post-Endgame, closing out Phase 3 of the MCU. As the title suggests, New York City’s friendly neighborhood hero leaves his turf to go on a school trip to Europe. But just when Peter thought he’d have chance to relax, mourn Tony, and forget about his double life for a little bit, he unexpectedly gets called into a big mission by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) to investigates mysterious attacks by some sort of elemental creature, aside Quentin Beck (Jack Gyllenhaal), who claims to be from another earth. Peter is also asked to take on more responsibility as an Avenger, in Iron Man’s absence.
You can expect that Spider-Man comes out of the adventure alive. In 2017, Holland confirmed in an interview with Allo Ciné, per Collider, that Spider-Man: Homecoming was the beginning of a trilogy. “There is still a lot of room for Peter Parker and Spider-Man, especially, to grow in the next two movies. He’s definitely not the finished article by the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming and I really look forward to exploring the different ways he can grow up and… go through puberty I guess,” the actor said. “It’s going to be an exciting couple of movies.”
Though Marvel Studios hasn’t officially announced a third film to be a part of its Phase 4 plans, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has dropped a few hints about the possible directions that series could take. In an interview with Cinema Blend, the Marvel filmmaker didn’t reject the idea of a Spider-Man and Venom crossover movie out of hand. (The first Venom standalone movie, starring Tom Hardy, came out last fall.) “I think probably it’s up to Sony,” he said. “Sony has both those characters and, has Venom in their world. I don’t know what their plans are for another Venom or if they’re doing that. But it seems likely at some point.”