Both trailers end with Mysterio and Spider-Man fighting alongside one another to defeat Hydro-Man, (the actor's name is still undisclosed) in London, begging the question of how much a villain Gyllenhaal's character will actually be in the movie.
The teaser opens with Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Peter Parker (Tom Holland) working together on public events in NY following the former's discovery at the end of 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming that her nephew is Spider-Man. Also, everyone is still hot for Aunt May (Marisa Tomei). We'll have to wait until July 5, when Spider-Man: Far From Home releases, to know.
You can also watch the trailer here at Express.co.uk and see the brand new poster above. The first clue here was in the shot in Venice where we see Peter's friend Ned and behind him, there is a banner that reads ASM 212.
Elementals are four extra dimensional humanoids who have power over natural forces and ruled the earth before the rise of ancient Atlantis. The loveable Tom Holland is back as our friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. Oh. One of the hero's pals likens Mysterio to a combo of Iron Man and Thor. Fury also asks Spider-Man if he's "going to step up or not", implying the need for a leader.
The last two Spider-Man movies, Spider-Man: Homecoming (which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (which isn't), are arguably the two best Spider-Man movies.
The villain can create illusions and gadgets that can take on many of Spider-Man's abilities easily. And who's the mysterious villain that keeps attacking Peter and friends? It's a piece of information she learned at the end of their first movie and is on display early in Far From Home's trailer.
We know Spider-Man is off to a Europe vacation.