The world on screen and off is still reeling from the events of Avengers 4. While most of the missing heroes were brought back to continue in the MCU, one of the biggest traded his life. It seems impossible to imagine a Marvel universe without Tony Stark and the hero it will hit the hardest is undoubtedly Peter Parker. Marvel is already cutting the onions after revealing a tear-jerking new tribute between Spider-Man and Iron Man in Far From Home.
Happy Hogan will always continue to keep the memory of his boss alive and there are set to be some emotional scenes in Spider-Man 2.
The trailers have already revealed the tear-jerking scene when Peter tells him “I miss him,” and Happy replies, “I miss him too. I don’t think Tony would have done what he did if he didn’t know you were gonna be here after he was gone.”
Peter also admits: “Everywhere I go, I see his face. I just really miss him.”
That is literally true in the powerful official new poster below.
The image shows Peter perched on a rooftop, still being looked over by his mentor and friend.
The post on the Far From Home social media Twitter fed is tagged with Happy’s heartbreaking words just to really make fans reach for the tissues.
The relationship between Peter and Tony provided much of the heart of the recent Marvel movies and the upcoming Spider-Man movie will give fans a chance to reflect on the shattering loss and grieve together.
Tony’s mentorship of Peter looks like it will now be shared between Happy and Nick Fury.
After being absent for much of the two Avengers movies, Fury is back with a vengeance in the Captain Marvel movie and then Far From Home.
The big new name in Spider-Man 2, though, is Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio, who may or may not be telling the truth when he says he is from an alternate timeline dimension and may or may not be lining up to head the Sinister Six in Spider-Man 3.
SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME IS OUT ON JULY 5