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Jake Gyllenhaal confirms Mysterio role in Spider-Man: Far From Home
06 December 2018, 07:25 | Elsie Buchanan
The US actor will play Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home, which will see British star Tom Holland reprise his role as the web-swinging superhero. In the video he can be seen reading a classic Spider-Man comic with a cover that reads, "The Return of the Man Called Mysterio".
He jokingly captioned the post: "I just realized I'm not playing Spider-Man".
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Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige previously confirmed the 2019 sequel will take Peter Parker out of NY for a European adventure in London that will reflect the global aftermath of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, he said: "I would say, with John Watts who directed the movie, what makes this instalment of that franchise so great is that there is an intimacy to it".
The character was introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man #13 back in June 1964.
Mysterio is a special effects expert who commits crimes and fights Spider-Man using elaborate illusions, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It's good fun, and a sign that we can expect the marketing for Spider-Man: Far From Home to start ramping up. Sony also posted a video showing off the new costumes, MCU Cosmic adds, but the studio had to remove the round patch placed under the right shoulder to avoid spoiling Avengers 4.
Jon Watts is returning to direct the sequel to Homecoming, which earned $880 million (£656,216,000) worldwide.
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