Film spider man far from home

film spider man far from home

Directed by Jon Watts . (directed by) Writing Credits Chris McKenna . (written by) & Erik Sommers . (written by) Stan Lee . (based on the Marvel comic book by) and Steve Ditko . (based on the Marvel comic book by) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Tom Holland . Peter Parker / Spider-Man Samuel L. Jackson . Nick Fury Jake Gyllenhaal . Quentin Beck / Mysterio Marisa Tomei . May Parker Jon Favreau .

Happy Hogan Zendaya . MJ Jacob Batalon . Ned Leeds Tony Revolori . Flash Thompson Angourie Rice . Betty Brant Remy Hii . Brad Davis Martin Starr . Mr. Harrington J.B. Smoove . Mr.

Film spider man far from home (as JB Smoove) Jorge Lendeborg Jr. . Jason Ionello Cobie Smulders . Maria Hill Numan Acar . Dimitri Zach Barack . Zach Zoha Rahman . Zoha Yasmin Mwanza . Yasmin Joshua Sinclair-Evans . Josh Tyler Luke Cunningham . Tyler Sebastián Capitán Viveros . Sebastian (as Sebastian Viveros) Toni Garrn . The Seamstress Peter Billingsley . William Ginter Riva Clare Dunne .

Victoria Nicholas Gleaves . Guterman Claire Rushbrook . Janice J.K. Simmons . J. Jonah Jameson Dawn Michelle King . E.D.I.T.H. (voice) Jeroen van Koningsbrugge . Dutch Soccer Hooligan Michael de Roos . Dutch Soccer Hooligan Jan-Paul Buijs . Dutch Soccer Hooligan Sergio Pierattini . Venetian Glassblower Anjana Vasan . Queens Reporter Brian Law .

Queens Reporter Evelyn Mok . Queens Reporter Tatiana Lunardon . Italian TV Newsreader Giada Benedetti . Italian Customs Officer Lukás Bech . Helpful Dutch Man Alessandro Giuggioli . Italian Street Vendor Petr Opava .

Opera Singer Giuseppe Andriolo . Caricaturist Pat Kiernan . Pat Kiernan Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Shari Abdul . High School Reporter (uncredited) Maria Alexandrova .

film spider man far from home

Tourist in Venice (uncredited) Kristen Alminta . Police Officer (uncredited) Vincent Angel . Midtown High Student (uncredited) Peter Arpesella . Airplane Pilot (uncredited) Lasco Atkins . Salvation Army Guest (uncredited) Peter Bankole . Mob Boss (uncredited) Blair Barnette . Queens Reporter (uncredited) Tuwaine Barrett . Police Officer (uncredited) Anna Benamati . Shop Owner in Venice (uncredited) Pierre Bergman . Venice Fish Seller (uncredited) Avondre E.D.

Beverley . High School Student (uncredited) Bruno Bilotta . Mob Boss 2 (uncredited) Sharon Blynn . Soren (uncredited) Luigi Boccanfuso .

Italian Builder in Venice (uncredited) Paolo Braghetto . Poliziotto (uncredited) Dante Brattelli . High School Student (uncredited) Graham Burton . London Passerby (uncredited) Gaylene Butler . Dinner Guest (uncredited) Ken Byrd . Post Office Customer (uncredited) Sokol Cahani .

Mob Boss (uncredited) Eric Patrick Cameron . Midtown High Student (uncredited) Darren Lee Campbell . Victoria's Crew (uncredited) Hélène Cardona . Austrian Backpacker (uncredited) Dian Cathal .

American Reporter (uncredited) Jake Cerny . Airport Traveler (uncredited) Daphne Cheung . Passport Clerk (uncredited) Sam Chuck . High School Student (uncredited) Ruth Clarson-Horrocks . Tourist (uncredited) Victoria Coburn . Passerby (uncredited) Sean Coleman . Yearbook Student (uncredited) Kimberly Collison . Charity Event Mom (uncredited) Tiziana Coste . Local Venetian (uncredited) Kevin Daigneault . Police Officer (uncredited) Kristianne-Kaith Domingo .

Passerby (uncredited) Patrick Doran . Partygoer (uncredited) Andrew Dunkelberger . Courier (uncredited) Charlie Esquér . Mexican Survivor (uncredited) Ria Fend . Tourist in Venice (uncredited) Ferroz Fernandez . Tourist in Venice (uncredited) Vincent Frattini . Venice Local (uncredited) Massi Furlan . Flight Attendant (uncredited) Alexandra Lopez Galan . Traveler (uncredited) Cynthia Garbutt .

Charity Dinner Guest (uncredited) Thomas Goodridge . Tourist in Venice (uncredited) Sonia Goswami . Tourist (uncredited) Jake Hanson . Rooftop Dad (uncredited) Nicholle Hembra . Saved Londoner (uncredited) Lindy Hennessy . Prague Hotel Guest (uncredited) Michael Hennessy . Hotel Guest (uncredited) Chris Hyacinthe . Sneezy Tour Guide (uncredited) Michael Iacono .

Airport Kid Traveler (uncredited) Roman Ibragimov . Bar Customer (uncredited) Theo Ip . Tourist (uncredited) Timothy Christian Jansen . High School Student (uncredited) Alyssa Mechelle Johnson . High School Student (uncredited) Keon Kendrick . Flight Attendant (uncredited) Camille Kinloch . Midtown High School Student (uncredited) Michal Kubal .

Czech TV News Anchor (uncredited) Hannah Kurczeski . Student (uncredited) Jimena Larraguivel . Mexican Villager (uncredited) Rich Lawton . Journalist (uncredited) Kat Leroy . Czech Traditional Dancer (uncredited) Gavin Lee Lewis . Londoner (uncredited) Xiao Xue Xu Lin .

Passerby (uncredited) Faith Logan . High School Student (uncredited) Patrick Loh . Airport Passenger (uncredited) Joseph Long . Mob Boss (uncredited) Marian Lorencik . New Czech Reveler (uncredited) Tyrone Love . Venice Wedding Guest (uncredited) Jay Maher .

Student (uncredited) Ketan Majmudar . Berlin Commuter (uncredited) Tony Mardon . Londoner (uncredited) Tony Masek . Bellboy (uncredited) Eustace Meade . Charity Attendant (uncredited) Ben Mendelsohn . Talos (uncredited) Bradley Wj Miller . Passerby (uncredited) Melissa Beth Miller . Tourist (uncredited) Samantha Mishinski . Student (uncredited) Anthony Molinari . Mob Guy (uncredited) Adrian Mozzi . Venice Local (uncredited) Brendan Murphy .

Police Officer (uncredited) Amanda Musso . Carnival Hot Girl (uncredited) Daniel Olson . Czech Guy (uncredited) Vincent Paolicelli . Basketball Player (uncredited) Karen Parks . Charity Event Attendee (uncredited) Hiten Patel .

British Station Staff (uncredited) Clay Pel-is . London Tourist (uncredited) Luigi Petrazzuolo . Gondolier (uncredited) Aleksandrs Petukhovs . London Passerby (uncredited) Annie Pisapia . Traveler (uncredited) Martin Polak . Czech Reveler (uncredited) Jivan Xander Ramesh . Pedestrian (uncredited) Mike Ray . Passerby (uncredited) Sofia Renee . High School Student (uncredited) Daniel Rennis . Cab Driver (uncredited) Sawyer Reo . Young Brad Davis (uncredited) Cailan Robinson .

Victoria's Crew (uncredited) Emmanuel Rodriguez . Airport Traveler (uncredited) Ray Rosario . TSA Agent (uncredited) Geraldine Roy . Traffic Warden (uncredited) Daniel Ryves . Dad Collecting Kids (uncredited) Monae Samone . Midtown High Student (uncredited) Maurice Sardison .

Party Goer (uncredited) Susanne Schraps . Berlinerin (uncredited) Karen-J Sear . American Tourist (uncredited) Ilya Tank Shilov . Venice Tourist (uncredited) Tina Simmons . German Executive (uncredited) Paul Slim . Tourist (uncredited) Richard Stanley . Charity Dinner Attendee (uncredited) Lucas Antoine Starrets . Tourist (uncredited) Faith Tarby . Perfumed Lady (uncredited) Emily Tebbutt . Venice Tourist- Boat Scene (uncredited) Lesdy Vanessa .

Tourist (uncredited) Jessica VanOss . Student (uncredited) Joe David Walters . Pawn Shop Owner (uncredited) Jo Wheatley . Armed Security Officer (uncredited) Dale Wilder . German Office Worker (uncredited) Rocco Wu . Peter's Art Classmate (uncredited) Jan Zalabak . Tourist in Town (uncredited) Produced by Victoria Alonso . executive producer Avi Arad .

executive producer Chris Buongiorno . associate producer Eric Hauserman Carroll . executive producer Louis D'Esposito . executive producer Kevin Feige . producer (produced by) (p.g.a.) Thomas M. Hammel . executive producer Stan Lee . executive producer David Minkowski . co-producer: Czech Republic Rachel O'Connor . executive producer Amy Pascal . producer (produced by) (p.g.a.) Jacky Priddle .

digital producer Nicola Rosada . line producer: Italy Matthew Stillman . co-producer: Czech Republic Matt Tolmach . executive producer Music by Michael Giacchino . (music by) Cinematography by Matthew J. Lloyd . director of photography Film Editing by Leigh Folsom Boyd Dan Lebental Casting By Sarah Finn . (as Sarah Halley Finn) (casting by) Jina Jay Production Design by Claude Paré Art Direction by Grant Armstrong .

supervising art director Charley Beal Livia Borgognoni Federico Calò Carducci . assistant art director Jann K. Engel . supervising art director: additional photography Nigel Evans Joe Howard Gary Jopling Matthew Kerly James Lewis Jiri Matura Philippe Mayanobe . production art director Renate Nicolaisen Harry E. Otto Bárbara Pérez-Solero Set Film spider man far from home by Tina Jones Delia Picirilli . (set decorations) Luca De Luigi . (uncredited) Costume Design by Anna B. Sheppard Makeup Department Matiki Anoff .

makeup department head: New York Blair Aycock . key makeup artist: New York Libuse Barlova . hair stylist: Prague, crowd (as Liba Barlova) / makeup artist: Prague, crowd (as Liba Barlova) Nicole Burke .

hair stylist: Los Angeles, additional photography Lea Caporella . hair stylist: Venice Hana Chylova film spider man far from home. hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd Cydney Cornell . hair stylist: Ms. Tomei Rose Crocker . hair stylist (as Rosie Crocker) / makeup artist (as Rosie Crocker) Linda Eisenhamerova .

key hair stylist: Prague Charmaine Fuller . makeup supervisor: crowd Greg Funk . makeup artist: Los Angeles, additional photography Jake Garber . makeup artist: Mr. Jackson Joan Giacomin . makeup artist: Venice Eleonora Gobbo . makeup artist: Venice Seana Gorlick . key makeup artist: Los Angeles, additional photography Francesca Hissey .

trainee hair stylist Tereza Hrdlicková . hair stylist: Prague, crowd (as Tereza Hdrlick) / makeup artist: Prague, crowd (as Tereza Hdrlick) Iveta Jirícková .

hair stylist: Prague, crowd (as Iveta Jirickova) / makeup artist: Prague, crowd (as Iveta Jirickova) Michelle Johnson . hair department head: New York Monika Kacerovska . hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd James Kaliardos . makeup artist: Ms. Tomei Peter Swords King . makeup department head Zdenek Klika . hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd Glenda La Rocca . makeup artist: Venice Giuliana Lavinia .

hair stylist: Venice Maurilio Lazzaro . hair stylist: Venice Piero Marsiglio . makeup artist: Venice Edward Morrison .

hair stylist: Los Angeles, additional photography Donald Mowat . makeup artist: Mr. Gyllenhaal Katerina Najsrova . hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd Marketa Peskova . hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd Gabriela Polakova . key makeup artist: Prague Paula Price . key hair stylist / key makeup artist Layna Roberts . key hair stylist: New York Nikola Roubalova . hair stylist: Prague, crowd / makeup artist: Prague, crowd Rona Skuodas .

makeup junior Rachael Speke . hair stylist: Mr. Holland (as Rachel Speke) / makeup artist: Mr. Holland (as Rachel Speke) Savannah Sullivan . trainee makeup artist: crowd, dailies D'Angelo Thompson . additional makeup artist: New York Janine Thompson . hair department head: Los Angeles, additional photography Film spider man far from home Thorisdottir .

makeup department head: Los Angeles, additional photography Daniel Vatri . makeup artist: Venice Carla Vicenzino . hair stylist supervisor: Venice, crowd / makeup supervisor: Venice, crowd Consuelo Vitturi . makeup artist: Venice Sabrina Vitturi . hair stylist: Venice Martina Zeilmanova . hair stylist: Prague, crowd (as Martina Zielmanova) / makeup artist: Prague, crowd (as Martina Zielmanova) Jo Barrass-Short . junior hair film spider man far from home (uncredited) / junior makeup artist (uncredited) Elena Cippolato .

assistant makeup artist (uncredited) Sam Clark . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Carlton Coleman . special makeup effects artist: Skrulls (uncredited) Tamsin Dorling Barbosa . hair stylist (uncredited) / makeup artist (uncredited) Madeleine Ellis . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Giorgio Galliero .

trainee hair stylist (uncredited) / trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Kathleen Garbutt . trainee makeup artist: crowd (uncredited) Catherine Grove . junior hair film spider man far from home (uncredited) / junior makeup artist (uncredited) Francesca Hissey . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Sophia Jasmin . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Emma Jones . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Roseanna Larner .

hair stylist (uncredited) / makeup artist (uncredited) Rachel Lennon . makeup artist (uncredited) Chloe Maidment . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Louise Jane Mead . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Madlen Mierzwiak . hair stylist (uncredited) / makeup artist (uncredited) Michelle Miller . Special Makeup Effects Artist: Skrulls (uncredited) Nadine Moseley . junior hair stylist (uncredited) / junior makeup artist (uncredited) Katie Pearce . trainee makeup artist (uncredited) Nicola Pope .

makeup artist (uncredited) Chloë Pyne . junior hair stylist: Level 2 (uncredited) / junior makeup artist: Level 2 (uncredited) Adrian Rigby . makeup artist (uncredited) Sophie Ellen Roberts . trainee hair stylist (uncredited) Kristen Saia . hair stylist (uncredited) Vasilios Tanis . makeup artist (uncredited) Helen Tucker . hair stylist (uncredited) Frances Darvell White . junior hair stylist (uncredited) / junior makeup artist (uncredited) Sabrina Wilson .

special makeup effects artist: Skrulls (uncredited) Production Management Filippo Baldasso . unit manager: Italy Unit Jim Bigham . production manager Elliesse Cuniff . production supervisor Danielle Daly . post-production supervisor Thomas M. Hammel . unit production manager Ian Hewitt . assistant unit manager Polly Hope . production supervisor Giulia Erica Hornbostel .

production assistant Silvie Janculová . production manager: Czech Republic Unit Lex Jorgen . assistant production manager Michael Kriaris . unit production manager: New York Unit Dan Kuska . assistant unit manager Kelly Lee . production supervisor: second unit Karl McMillan . production supervisor: Additional Photography Europe Alessandro Minisola . unit manager: Italy Unit Luis Montalvo . unit production manager: Spain Unit Gianluca Passone .

production manager: Italy Unit Steven S. Shapiro . production technology executive Lev Sordi . assistant unit manager Jason Tamez . production supervisor: additional photography Jennifer Teves . production supervisor Peter Welter Soler . executive in charge of production: Spain Unit Elena Zokas . unit production manager Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Corrin Allen . crowd third assistant director Emanuel Balbinot . set pa Franco Basaglia .

first assistant director: Italy Tom Brewster . second assistant director James Budd . third assistant director: dailies Grant Butler . third assistant director Maggie Callis . second second assistant director Matilde Composta .

cast assistant: Italy Unit George Cottle . second unit director Radim Cvancara . third assistant director Robbie Davidson . crowd pa Federica Durigon . second second assistant director: Italy Unit Jakub Dvorak . first assistant director Akar Faraj . set pa Riley Flanagan . key second assistant director: Reshoots Jack Fontaine .

crowd third assistant director Chiara Frosi . second second assistant director: Italy Unit Markéta Hanzalová . Set PA Annie Hitchcock . crowd second assistant director Martin Hladik . second assistant director Juliet Kirby . assistant director Teariki Leonard . second second assistant director: second unit Danni Lizaitis . second second assistant director Eloise Loach . co-third assistant director Charlie Lázaro . first assistant director: Spain unit Charlotte Amelia Miles . crowd production assistant Georgina Miles .

crowd production assistant Jeff Okabayashi . first assistant director: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Douglas Plasse . first assistant director (as Douglas T. Plasse) Nic Pringle . set pa: second unit Enrico Rama . production assistant James J. Reid . third assistant director: second unit Josh Robertson . first assistant director Diego Scano . Set PA Samuel Andrew Smith . second assistant director: second unit (as Sam Smith) Miki Vargas . second assistant director: Spain Unit Lewis Walsh .

set pa: second unit Tom White . first film spider man far from home director: second unit Amy Whitworth . Set PA Phoebe Young . base pa Ben Lanning . first assistant film spider man far from home Europe, additional photography (uncredited) Ananya Samanta .

trainee assistant director (uncredited) Art Department Paula Gonzalez Abad . assistant to: Claude Paré Justin Ackroyd . set dresser Alessandro Aglietti . junior draughtsperson Douglas Allam . head of department plasterer Kamen Anev . concept artist Matthew Baker . Prop Modeller Muir Balfour . carpenter Chris Ball . props Nico Barnes . on-set dresser James Bedwell . prop modeler Laurent Ben-Mimoun . illustrator Oliver Benson . assistant art director Matteo Bertelli . painter: Italy Alberto Bertotto .

painter assistant Dean Bird . charge hand painter Sean Birkby . Prop Modeller Michael Blake . set dresser Marketa Bockova . assistant set decorator Livia Borgognoni . art director: Venice Glyn Bowen . standby prophand: second unit Daniel Boxer . property master: New York Unit Matt Boyton . prop modeller Alex Bradford . visual development artist Robert Broadfoot .

set designer Toby Browne . props Louis Burnett . graphics assistant Giulia Busnengo . film spider man far from home decorator: Italy Unit Rodrigo Busto .

property master: Spain Unit Jack Cairns . props storeman Anthony Carlino . leadman: Los Angeles Unit Chester Carr . concept artist Nathalie Carraro . art department assistant: Venice Unit Robert Castillo .

storyboard artist: promo team Gutxi Haitz Cespedes . graphic artist: Spain Unit Ray Chan . production designer: Los Angeles unit, Additional photography Ondrej Chmel . art department assistant: Czech Republic unit Larry Clark .

paint foreman: La Unit David Cohen . mold shop supervisor: additional photography Fernando Contreras Díaz . assistant art director / concept artist Xuria Cristobal . art department coordinator: Spain Unit Paul Curren . hod painter Sam Curren .

chargehand painter Gary Dawson . supervising standby props Brunella De Cola . assistant art director Luke Deering . art department assistant Thomas DeLuca . stand-by props Emma Denby . construction modeller Irene Dimarca . junior draughtsperson Thomas du Crest . concept artist Colin Dye . stagehand Nancy Eadington . painter Brad Einhorn . additional photography Dan Engle .

model maker Maurice Steve Escobedo . plasterer James Eubank . propmaker: additional photography Kimberley Fahey . senior assistant set decorator Jools Faiers . senior graphic designer Scott Richard Fensome .

dressing props Davide Ferrarese . set dresser Suzy Fink . props coordinator Rod Forbes . supervising props Lorraine Fraguada . set dresser Colin H. Fraser . construction manager Tyler Free . set dresser (as Andrew Tyler Free) Shane Garner . set dresser Hannah Gawthorpe . junior assistant set decorator Nick Geller .

props manufacturing buyer Stephanie Gibbins . construction buyer & coordinator Steve Gibbon . carpenter José Gonzalo Álvarez . set decoration buyer (as Patxi Álvarez) Al Gotsis .

screen graphics: Territory Studio Monty Granito . storyboard artist Sean Greenham . standby props Craig Guinan . senior prop modeller Andrew Guyett . scenic painter Emma Hanson . head sculptor Rohan Harris . scenic artist Todd Harris . storyboard artist Steve Hayward . prop modeller Scott Hebden . playback technician Sam Herschell .

set dresser Alexandra Hesketh-Wells . junior assistant buyer Jim Hewitt . set designer Diem Hoang . assistant art director Joey Hodges . greens stand-by Callum Hook . supervising plasterers labourer Matthew Hotchkiss .

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graphic designer Andrew Hughes . prop modeller Matt Huish . property assistant: additional photography Kate Suzanne Hunter . set dec assistant art director Alexander Jay Hutchings . model maker Katie Hyatt . 3d film spider man far from home modeller Cindy M. Ichikawa . art department coordinator/additional photography Marino Ingrassia . set dresser Casey Ivall .

set dec assistant Tommy Janulis . prop master: second unit, New York Unit Mark Jones . dressing props Nori Kaneko . art department: Sony Pictures Imageworks John Kelso .

welding lead foreperson Matthew Kerly . art director: second unit (as Matt Kerly) George Knowles . props Helen Koutas . lead graphic designer David Krentz . storyboard artist: Los Angeles unit - additional photography Petr Kunes . assistant art director Tani Kunitake .

illustrator Eva Kuntz . concept artist: vfx Phil Langone . storyboard artist: Los Angeles unit - additional photography Carolyn Lassek . assistant property master: additional photography Nick Lawrence . carpenter Eliot Levin .

assistant property master: additional photography Emily Lewis . junior assistant set decorator Tom Lewis . assistant construction coordinator Joe Linfield . props Helen Logan . assistant buyer: dailies Leslie Lovelace . prop making Richard MacMillan . stand-by props Jerad Marantz . concept artist Jessica Lucy Martin . prop modeller (as Jessica Martin) Karl J. Martin . set designer Jiri Matura . art director: Prague Petr Mazura . leadman Laura McDonald .

art department trainee Ryan Meinerding . head of visual development: marvel studios Nick Milner . assistant property master Lorna Moon . prop modeller Shawn Mulligan . key construction grip Candice Muriedas . assistant art director: additional photography Brian Murray . storyboard artist Craig Narramore . hod prop modeller Anthony O.H.

Navarro . set dressing leadman Alan Neighbour . carpenter Thomas A. Nelson . storyboard artist: Los Angeles unit - additional photography (as Tom Nelson) Will Newton .

assistant art director Josh O'Neill . carpenter Steve Payne . chargehand dressing prop: dailies Katherine Pearl .

art department coodinator Nick Pelham . storyboard artist Hilda Pendenza . assistant set decorator: Italy Unit Chris Peters . assistant art director Alice Phelps . assistant buyer Max Phillips .

junior draughtsperson Gianluca Piola . props: Italy Unit Theofano Pitsillidou . model maker Andrew Popplestone . screen graphics: Territory Studio Adriana Prado . lead green: Spain Unit John Puglisi . storyboard artist Graeme Purdy . property master Agis Pyrlis . draughtsperson Polly Rawlings . assistant buyer/set dec co-ordinator: Prague Unit Devin Recalde . additional on set dresser Joanne Ridler . stand by art director Adam Robinson .

props Eleonore Rolandez . prop modeller Geoff Romero . painter Adam Wesley Ross . concept sculptor Richard Rowntree . greensman Toby Russell .

second unit standby props Alex Rutherford . senior prop modeller Timothy J. Scanlin Jr. . assistant property master: New York Unit Bettina Scheibe . Painter Michael Seymour . hod rigger Jamie Shelley . charge hand painter Bob Sherwood . senior prop maker Samuel Otis Smith . trainee sculptor Aaron Sowd . storyboard artist Codrina Spataru . prop modeller Gareth Sprey .

draughtsperson Carter Stanislaw . props: New York Unit Harry Stoyle . trainee standby props David Sues . carpenter Dorothy Sullivan . production buyer Jackson Sze . senior concept illustrator Henrik Tamm . concept artist Ian Taylor . carpenter Neil Trepat .

dressing props Katerina Van Gemund . art department coordinator: Czech Republic Unit Daniel Vincze . asst. set decorator/concept artist Mimi Violette .

graphic designer Cassandra Virdee . draughtsperson Mirko von Berner . swing Ketan Waikar . draughtsperson Dan Walker . concept artist Rachel Wallbridge . junior prop modeller Sam Walters . painter Grace Wang . art department assistant: additional photography Randolph Watson . concept artist Christopher Waugh . set dresser Michael Weaver .

painter Clint Whelan . Assistant HOD Prop Modeller Lisa Williams . graphic film spider man far from home dailies Hannah Wills . senior props buyer Sophie Worley . set dec coordinator Graham Wyn Jones . storyboard artist Helen Yates . set dec junior draftsperson Shaun Young .

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set decorating coordinator: additional photography Petr Zuza . props buyer Ryan J. Close . screen graphics: Territory Studio (uncredited) Peter Eszenyi . graphics supervisor: Territory Studio (uncredited) Ashton Hertz . screen graphics producer: Territory Studio (uncredited) Fern Hodgson . art department production coordinator: Framestore (uncredited) Darius Kalinauskas .

concept artist (uncredited) Tom McLoughlin . screen graphics producer: Territory Studio (uncredited) May Mitchell . art department assistant (uncredited) David Sheldon-Hicks . screen graphics: Territory Studio (uncredited) Adrianna Veal . draper (uncredited) Keith Weir . storyboard artist (uncredited) Chizelle Wood .

junior prop modeller (uncredited) William Wright . playback technician: Compuhire (uncredited) Sound Department Kyle Arzt . Re-Recording Mix Technician Glenn E.

Berkovitz . sound mixer: additional photography Jeannette Browning . adr recordist Sean Byrnes . sound mixer: Los Angeles Unit David Calderon . utility sound: additional photography Petr Cechák . production sound mixer: second unit Chris Diebold . Sound Designer Lloyd Dudley . sound mixer: second unit Omar Fasli . sound trainee Steve Finn . assistant sound: key first Cei Frampton .

first assistant sound: second unit Casey Genton . Sound Effects Editor Tom Harrison . assistant sound: key first Gary A. Hecker . foley artist: supervising Christy Illius . additional sound mixer: New York Unit, second unit Jon Johnson . adr editor Doc Kane . adr mixer Mark Kenna . dolby atmos consultant Dan Kenyon . Sound Effects Editor Sang Jun Kim . dialogue editor (as Sang Kim) Tim Kuzniar II . sound editorial Tony Lamberti .

Re-Recording Mixer / Supervising Sound Editor & Sound Designer Vanessa Lapato . Supervising ADR & Dialogue Editor Ken McGill . Sound Effects Editor Paul E. Miller . boom operator: additional photography James Morioka . dialogue editor Chris Munro . production mixer Ed Novick . sound mixer: Los Angeles unit - additional photography Hosea Ntaborwa . sound trainee Kevin O'Connell .

Re-Recording Mixer Lee Orloff . sound mixer: Los Angeles unit - additional photography Rick Owens . foley artist Diego Piotto . sound: second unit, Venice Roman Rigo . cable person: Prague Unit Kyle Rochlin .

foley mixer Alec Rubay . foley supervisor (as Alec G. Rubay) Gabriel Sanders . additional boom operator: New York, second unit Ashley Sinani . sound trainee: dailies Andrew Sissons . sound mixer: second unit Andy Sisul . Sound Designer Martin Svojger . boom operator: second unit Hanna Tailleur . second assistant sound: dailies Steven Ticknor . Supervising Sound Editor & Sound Designer / sound designer William Towers .

assistant sound: first Julian Townsend . production sound mixer: New York Unit Karen Vassar Triest . sound effects editor (as Karen Triest) Tom Wilkin . second assistant sound Dicken Berglund . adr mixer (uncredited) Hunter Berk . adr mixer (uncredited) Space Crate . adr: on set (uncredited) Mario De Socio .

adr recordist (uncredited) Devin Donaghy . assistant sound editor: trailer (uncredited) Justin Herman .

mix stage engineer (uncredited) Vanessa Lapato . adr and dialog supervisor (uncredited) Martin Lopez . Sound Effects Editor (uncredited) Michael Miller . adr mixer (uncredited) Nick Roberts . adr mixer (uncredited) Milos Stojanovic . adr mixer (uncredited) Karen Vassar Triest . sound editor (uncredited) Special Effects by Norman Baillie .

special effects senior technician Genevieve Bevan-John . senior special effects pyrotechnician Kevin Bitters . special effects prep supervisor Conrad V. Brink Jr. . special effects coordinator: New York Unit (as Conrad Brink) Mike Cahill . technician/pyrotechnician Roy K. Cancino . special effects supervisor: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography (as Roy Cancino) Kenneth Cassar .

senior special effects pyrotechnician Pasquale Catalano . special effects supervisor: Italy Unit Usha Chaman . special effects coordinator Dionisia Cirasola . breakaway technician Christopher A.

Dalton . special effects technician John Delaney . special effects technician Michael Duenas Jr. . special effects technician Nick Finlayson . senior special effects technician Katie Gabriel . special effects buyer Katherine Geaney .

special effects technician Rob Heggie . special effects floor supervisor Roman Holub . special effects technician Dagan Jurd . pyrotechnician Michael Kay . special effects engineer Pete Kelley . special effects technician: Ironhead Studio Mickey Kirsten .

special effects supervisor: second unit Monty Langford . production coordinator Chris Manger . senior special effects technician: wire rigger Ella Mango Chow . special effects trainee (as Ella Marshall-Dutton) Arlo Markantonatos .

special effects technician Tiziano Martella . breakaway technician Aj McPherson . special effects Tom Murtagh . special effects senior technician Julio Navarro .

senior special effects technician Adrian Nica . special effects technician/pyrotechnician Miroslav Precechtel .

special effects technician Simon Quinn . special effects senior pyro technician Simon Rafferty . special effects Alan Roberts . pyrotechnic effects / special effects supervisor Michael Rudnik .

special effects senior technician Luke Rutter . special effects technician Shaun Rutter . senior special effects technician Arthur Spink Jr. . special effects designer Marc Tantin . special effects technician: additional photography Carly Thomas . senior special effects technician: wire rigger John Van Der Pool . senior special effects pyrotechnician Douglas Wells .

special effects technician Andy Williams . special effects supervisor Tamara Williams . special effects trainee Matthew Bouchard film spider man far from home. special effects technician (uncredited) Damian Fisher . mold shop supervisor (uncredited) Visual Effects by Lisa Abbate . controller: Image Engine Jérémie Abrial .

character modeler: ILM Hayley Adams . layout artist: ILM Oliver Adranghi . compositor: Framestore Film spider man far from home Aerni . character supervisor: luma pictures Ankita Agrawal . io coordinator: Scanline VFX Alexis Agrotis . technology: ILM Jose Gregorio Aguilar . matchmove artist Laide Agunbiade . snr lighting technical director Vladislav Akhtyrskiy .

compositor: Scanline VFX Tosin Akinwoye . effects technical director: Image Engine Jordan Alaeddine . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Nawaz Alamgir . ui designer Anjel Alcaraz . roto & paint compositor: Stereo D Togrul Alekperov . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Ben Alepko .

effects technical director: Image Engine Lee Alexander . layout artist: Image Engine Niki Carras Alexander . creative resource manager: The Third Floor Inc Azra Alkan . digital compositor Corey Allen . stereo compositing lead: Stereo D Jon Allen . previs lead/postvis supervisor: Proof, Inc Bimpe Alliu . concept artist: ILM Juan Alonso . digital compositor Chrisser Alvarez . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Juan Alvarez . roto artist: technicolor vfx Louis Amaden .

Scanline VFX / cg generalist: Scanline VFX Shudhdodhan Milind Ambhore . finaling compositor-artist: Deluxe Stereo D Cody Amos . senior effects artist: Luma Pictures Jongjun An . senior compositor: Scanline VFX Benjamin Andersen . fx pipeline td / visual effects artist Valeria Andino . visual effects senior coordinator Tor Andreassen . digital compositor: Image Engine Mario Anger . modeler: Image Engine Shawn Annets . artist manager Ndosi Anyabwile . digital compositor Asier Aparicio .

digital compositor: ILM Doug Appleton . vfx supervisor: Perception Syed Arafath Apsar . visual effects Manidhar Areti . visual effects artist Jose Armengol . visual effects photographer: Clear Angle Studios Chris Armsden . lookdev r&d pipeline: Weta Digital Michael Armstrong . visual effects coordinator: Scanline VFX Raghav Arumugam . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Raghuwanshi. Arun Singh . clean-up/prep artist: @Anibrain VFX Studio Nadia Ascione . compositor Paul Ashall .

layout artist: ILM Saqib Ashraf . senior effects artist Davoud Ashrafi . character rigger Subhan Saleem Asif .

fx artist: Luma Pictures Alexy Auffeves . digital compositor Luke Avery . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Kelsey Ayukawa . compositor: Scanline VFX Matthew Bacon . compositor: Luma Pictures Prem Baddam .

compositor Andrew Bain . environments lead: Scanline VFX Jonathan Baker . animator Per Balay . fx artist: Scanline VFX Frances Baldasarro . vfx capture technician: Clear Angle Studios Michael Jeff Baldemoro . background prep film spider man far from home Image Engine Adam Balentine . compositing supervisor: Scanline VFX / compositing supervisor: ScanlineVFX Jasper M.

Baltzersen . compositor: Crafty Apes Cassandra Barlow . production coordinator: Stereo D Kris Barone . head of operations: Perception Dario Barrera . casting lead: The Third Floor Inc Pharoah Barrett . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Tommy Barry . visual effects artist Bryan Bartlett .

digital compositor: ILM Tanner Bartlett . compositor Geeta Basantani . senior compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Monika Batchelor . roto paint artist: Luma Pictures Edward Bauman . visual effects coordinator: Scanline VFX Ines Baumgartner . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Thomas Baxter . layout technical assistant D.J. Becerral . roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures Monica Bechu . depth artist: Stereo D Lizi Bedford .

visual effects head of production Kevin Bell . senior compositor: ILM Martin Bell . previs artist: Proof, Inc Pedro Paulos Bellini . rigger: Scanline VFX Georgia Benjamin . visual effects assistant coordinator Nadir Bennac .

data wrangler Adam Bennink . associate production manager Brian N. Bentley . technical director Phillip Berg . roto/paint artist: Luma Pictures Greg Berridge . training department manager Romain Besnard . fx td: Sony Pictures Imageworks Rich Best . motion capture ad: The Imaginarium Studios Jayden Beveridge . layout artist: Rising Sun Pictures Aaron D. Beyer . visual effects artist Hitesh Bharadia film spider man far from home.

senior lighting artist: Sony Pictures Imageworks Udit Bhardwaj . compositing: visual effects Manthan Bhayani . stereo compositor: Stereo D Pravesh Bhoyar . visual effects lead: method studios Theodore Bialek . visual effects supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Rachel Bianculli . visual effects coordinator / visual effects coordinator: Rising Sun Pictures Michael Billette .

effects technical director: Image Engine Magdalena Bisogni . recruitment and talent manager: Luma Pictures Brad Blackbourn . previs artist Brian Blasiak . lighting lead: Sony Pictures Imageworks Stephen A. Bloch . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Ilona Blyth . visual effects production manager Nagender Raju Boga . effects artist: Luma Pictures Rebecca Bogert . visual effects artist: Rising Sun Pictures Ioan Boieriu .

cg supervisor: Scanline VFX / cg supervisor: ScanlineVFX Sara Bold . production management: Scanline VFX / visual effects Jason Bomstein . stereographer Timothy Bond . lead digital coordinator: Luma Pictures Bogdan Bondarchuk . compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor Loganathan Boopathy . visual effects artist Matteo Borgomanero . assistant data wrangler Clemence Borowiack . production assistant Arnaud Boulanger . previsualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Florian Boury .

visual effects artist Neal Bradshaw . photogrammetry 3d scan artist: Gentle Giant Studios James Braid . head of engineering: Scanline VFX Alex Branton . 2d pipeline supervisor / 2d pipeline supervisor: Scanline VFX Ravinder Brar . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Laura Brewer film spider man far from home. final qc artist Jared Brient . lighting & compositing td: Sony Pictures Imageworks Tiffany Nichole Bromley . digital compositor: Luma Pictures Rochelle Brown . digital compositor Stuart Brown .

previs artist: Proof, Inc Andrew Browne . groom td: Framestore John Brubaker . compositing supervisor: Crafty Apes Justin Brunett . animator: Luma Pictures Mattias Brunosson . animation supervisor: Scanline VFX Shauna Bryan . visual effects executive producer: Sony Pictures Imageworks Roman Bugrov . digital artist: Territory Studio Matthew Bullock . modeling lead: Scanline VFX / modeling supervisor: ScanlineVFX Christian Burggraf . senior systems admin: Scanline VFX Odemaris Burgos .

roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Kaitlen Burns . stereo production coordinator Victoria Burns . depth artist James Burr . previsualization lead: The Third Floor Inc Daniel Burridge .

stereoscopic compositor Jake Bush . visual effects artist Christopher Buzon . compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks John Caldwell . visualization editor: The Third Floor Inc David Cam . roto and paint: Image Engine Ismael Camarillo . digital compositor Nicole Campbell . senior depth artist Alexandre Cancado . cg supervisor: Luma Pictures Alex Cannon . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Basilisa Canovas Rubio . paint and roto artist: ILM Curtis Carlson . sequence lead: Scanline VFX Brian Carney .

previsualization lead: The Third Floor Inc / visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Dan Carney . technology: ILM Eric Carney . founder: The Third Floor Inc Kevin Carolan . production assistant: Luma Pictures Gary Carrillo . 3D Stereoscopic Supervisor: Marvel Studios Yeri Casanova . visual effects coordinator: Scanline VFX Patrick Cashel . roto/paint artist: Rising Sun Pictures Steve B. Castor . motion capture supervisor (as Stephen Castor) Tim Catalano .

pipeline developer: Scanline VFX Jordan Catracchia . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Sarah Cauchois . Head of Production: The Third Floor Nichole A.F. Caven . stereo depth artist David Cañas . lighting artist Cameron Ceja . senior production coordinator Joe Censoplano . compositing look dev lead: Luma Pictures Ieva Cerps .

stereo compositor Gordon Champ . previsualization modeler: Proof, Inc Wendy W.K. Chan . visual effects coordinator Yashvhanth Chandrasekaran . digital compositor Alice Chang . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Anthony Chappina . senior effects technical director Benjamin Charles . roto & paint artist: ILM Marcin Charlicki . compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor: ScanlineVFX Louise Chassain .

texture artist: Framestore Rajat Chawla . 3d artist Vincent Chedru . character effects artist Belinda Chen . digital compositor Rosemary Chester . compositor Carly Cheung . digital compositor Nicolas Chiarot . visual effects artist Yu Ying Chien . visual effects editor: Crafty Apes Tagui Chilyan . 3d stereoscopic production coordinator and screenx coordinator: Marvel Studios Jesse James Chisholm . additional visual effects supervisor: second unit Jacky Chiu .

compositor Yi-Hsuan Kent Chiu . senior texture artist: Image Engine Young Choi . senior producer: ScreenX Youngwoo Choi .

visual effects artist Chao Chun Chou . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Shravan Choudaripeta . compositor (as Sravan Chowdarypeta) Matthew Choy . lighting/lookdev artist Kenneth Chua . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Johnson Chuang . effects technical director: Image Engine Ngan Chung .

lead animator: Luma Pictures Petru Ciobanu . r&d/pipeline: Image Engine Suzanne Cipolletti . previsualization lead: The Third Floor Inc / visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Austin Clark . render td: Scanline VFX Danny Clark . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc (as Daniel Clark) Jacob Clark . visual effects artist James G. Clark . cg generalist: Scanline VFX (as James Galen Clark) / visual effects artist (as James Galen Clark) Jimi Clark .

department manager roto/paint & outsource Stephen Clark . model/texture/look-dev Trent Claus . compositor James Clift . Technical Support Jessica Clifton . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX James Clowater . lead stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D Gregory Coelho . modeler: Scanline VFX Adam Coglan . previs artist: Proof, Inc Rachel Hannah Cohen . visual effects production manager: Industrial Light and Magic Robert Cohen . technical coordinator: Luma Pictures Zachary Coker . visual effects data wrangler Maria N.

Collado . digital matte painter / digital matte painter: Scanline VFX Tara Conley . visual effects producer David Connely . senior lidar scanning technician Chris Cook . lead modeler: Framestore Ian Cope . bidding producer: Rising Sun Pictures Rachel Copeland .

stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D Simon Corbaux . cfx supervisor Jean-Nicolas Costa . lead compositor Tom Coster . digital compositor Joseph Coto . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Marc-André Coulombe . lead rigging td: Framestore Chad Cox . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Daniel James Cox . visual effects art director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Ed Coy . senior generalist: ILM David Crane .

senior paint artist: Stereo D Nicholas Cross . senior lighting artist Kevin Crowe . compositor Elliesse Cuniff . film spider man far from home supervisor Andrew Cunningham . senior matte painter: Sony Pictures Imageworks Ryan Cushman . layout/pipeline supervisor Nick Dacey . visual effects editor: ILM, London Josh Dagg .

layout supervisor: end credits Oscar Dahlén . fx td Theo Daley . visual effects artist Eric Daly . senior producer: Perception Nick Damico . visual effects artist Tobias Danbo . senior texture artist Nicholas Daniels . compositor Billy Dao .

technical layout animator: Luma Pictures Varuna Darensbourg . stereo supervisor Samantha Dark . department manager: Framestore Sharon Das . vfx production assistant: Luma Pictures Alex Davidson . artist: Perception Christopher Davies . technical animator: Framestore Marc-Andre Davignon . software development: Sony Pictures Imageworks Amy Davis . digital compositor Stephen Davis . roto/paint department supervisor: Scanline VFX Diego Miguez de Soto . modeler: Scanline VFX Yoshi DeHerrera .

visual effects supervisor: Gentle Giant Studios Marianne Del Rosario . vfx & augmentation artist Michelle Del Rosario .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Jorge del Valle . previs artist: Proof, Inc Caroline Delgado . digital compositor Quimet Delgado . senior matte painter: Luma Pictures Aaron Dennis . effect technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Steven Denyer . visual effects artist Julien Depredurand .

fx lead: Image Engine Ayla Dervis . stereoscopic artist: Stereo D Kunal Desai . modeller: Framestore Soutrik Dey . stereo compositor: Deluxe 3D dba Stereo D Rajbir Dhalla . digital artist Stefano Di Noia . lighting artist Robert Diaz . animator: Scanline VFX Greg DiGiacomo . senior visual effects coordinator Miran Dilberovic . previs artist Linda Dimaculangan . office administrator: ScanlineVFX Spencer Dinney . compositor Van Le Do . asset department manager: Scanline VFX Nacho Doctor .

effects technical director: Framestore Michael Dolan . software developer Peter Mark Dorosz . compositor Hunt Dougherty . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Emeline Doumange . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Andrew Draper .

head of resource management: Framestore Alex Drinkall . capture technician: Clear Angle Studios Paul Driver . visual effects producer: Luma Pictures Dave Duarte . capture technician: Clear Angle Studios Geer DuBois .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Peter Dudley . digital compositor Jack Dunn . senior compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Clementine Dupont . hair/cloth/creature fx artist: Scanline VFX Daniel Dupre . compositor Sylvain Duroyon . hair/cloth/creature fx artist: Scanline VFX Daniel Duwe . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Edgar Díaz . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Frank Eagan . previs modeler: Proof, Inc Kade Eckstein .

digital compositor Kelly Eckstein . senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX Jason Jay Edwards . senior modeler (as Jason Edwards) Mireu Eem . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Jake Efthymiou . systems administrator: Scanline VFX Moritz Eiche . compositor: Scanline VFX Olivia Eichenseer . visualization coordinator: The Third Floor Inc Rachel Elfassy-Bitoun . Visual Effects Coordinator: Framestore Josh Ellem . digital film spider man far from home painter Ronald Ellis .

paint artist: Stereo D Stephen Ellis . cg supervisor: ILM Daniel Elophe . compositing supervisor: Image Engine Jack Elworthy . capture lab td: Framestore Eric Ennis . senior effects td: Sony Pictures Imageworks David Entin . visual effects coordinator: Columbia Pictures Zsuzsanna Erdei . layout artist: Scanline VFX Todd Erickson . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Samira Esmaeili .

modeler: Scanline VFX Gianpietro Fabre . senior texture artist: Framestore Joan Fang . visual effects assistant coordinator Rodolfo Fanti . modeller: Framestore Andrew J. Farrell . animation lead: Scanline VFX Marq Faulkner . senior lighting td: Sony Pictures Imageworks Kyle Fawcett-Shell . research and development: ILM Ari Feblowitz . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Dan Feinstein . compositor: Scanline VFX / compositor: ScanlineVFX Victor Manuel Fernandez . lead stereoscopic compositor: Stereo D Susana Fernández Casco .

paint/roto artist: ILM James Fetter . lead lighter: Luma Pictures Emelia Fiell . film spider man far from home production manager: Framestore Maike Fiene . previsualization artist Kiel Figgins .

senior animator: ILM Clive Finn . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Fabrizio Fioretti . visual effects artist: ILM Ryan Fisk . stereo producer: Stereo D Rose Fitzmaurice .

vfx data assistant Carlos Flores Tavitas . roto/paint coordinator: Scanline VFX Benjamin Film spider man far from home . digital artist Julian Foddy . vfx supervisor: ILM Cheri Fojtik . lead texture artist David Fonti .

visual effects artist Rachel Foo . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Les Foor . element qc supervisor Kristy Lynn Fortier . production department (as Kristy Fortier) Lucien Fostier . compositing technical director Frederic Fourier .

lead generalist: ILM Richard Fox . digital compositor Dom Francis . matchmove lead: Luma Pictures Justin Francis-Mcleish . paint and roto artist: ILM Evan Fraser . matchmove department supervisor: Scanline VFX Michael Freedman . additional previs editor Jonathan Freisler . visual effects artist Carl Frytz . previs artist: The Third Floor Inc / visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Mara Fröhlich . digital production manager: luma pictures Peng Fu . digital compositor Atsuo Fujiwara .

visual effects artist Tomohiko Fukuda . digital compositor Pawl Fulker . previsualization supervisor: Proof, Inc Eloi Fulla . effects artist: Scanline VFX Paul Fuller . FX Artist: Scanline VFX Amber Fullwood . vfx data wrangler Antonio Funaro . previsualization artist: Proof & The Third Floor Haji Gadirov . fx artist: Scanline VFX Raphaël Gadot .

visual effects artist: Luma Pictures Adam Gailey . head of fx Carlos Galan IV . pipeline technical director Megan Galbraith . associate production manager Stephen Gallop . vp & gm: Stereo D Vikas Ganer . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX / senior roto and paint artist: ScanlineVFX Mayur Gangasagar . creative lead Julio Tovar Garcia .

element qc artist: Stereo D Fabian García . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Bryce Gardiner . vfx editor: ScanlineVFX / visual effects coordinator: Scanline VFX / visual effects editor: Scanline VFX Liam Gare . digital compositor Jesus Garrido . senior compositor: Industrial Light & Magic Anshul Gattani .

production coordinator: Stereo D Julie Gauthier . visual effects coordinator Russ Gautier . design supervisor: Perception Pätrick Gehlen . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Camille Geier . vfx executive producer: BOT VFX Hongfei Geng .

digital compositor: ILM Christina Georgieva . modeler: Scanline VFX / senior modeler Jamie German . fx artist: luma pictures Jennifer German . in-house compositor: Marvel Studios Manon Ghys . compositor: Luma Pictures Jennifer Giandalone .

studio coordinator: end crawl typesetting - for exceptional minds [us] Tristam Gieni . senior lighting td Luke Gilbert . it specialists: The Third Floor Inc Mike Gilbert . senior environment td: Proof Inc Jason Gilholme . senior pipeline td: Luma Pictures Chris Gill . creature td Todd Gill . lighting artist: Luma Pictures Stefano Giorgetti . effects artist Florian Girardot . compositor Kristin Goedicke . jr pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures Jonathan Goldsmith .

senior stereoscopic 3d producer Guy-Edwards Gonsalves . department manager: Stereo D Bryan Gonzales . visual effects artist Danny Gonzalez . principal/founder: Perception Mitch Gonzalez .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Mariana Gorbea . modeler: Scanline VFX Lenny Gordon . tracker: Luma Pictures Kerry Graham . lighting artist Megan Graham . senior stereo compositor Oded Granot . senior compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Callum Grant . render support Kari-Lyn Gravel . stereo manager: Stereo D Luke Gray . pipeline technical director: Framestore Vanessa Gray . marketing manager: scanline vfx Lev Grayson .

visual effects Meagan Green . lighter/compositor: Luma Pictures Crystal Greenall . modeler: Scanline VFX Andrew Greenlee . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Kritteka Gregory . assistant depth department manager John Gresko . digital artist Brett Grisham . previs production manager: The Third Floor Inc Julie Groll . senior visual effects producer Jörn Großhans . visual effects supervisor: Image Engine Mikhail Gubkin . effects technical director Scott Gudahl . compositor: Scanline VFX Gina Guerrero .

pipeline technical director: The Third Floor Inc Gunas . stereo compositor Holly Gunn . depth lead/stereoscopic supervisor: Stereo D Emilia Gustafsson . digital compositor Amandine Gutierrez . production coordinator Tamás Gyermán . digital matte painter: Scanline VFX Marie-Ève Gélinas . digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Charlie Habanananda . digital grading artist: Framestore Jim Hagarty . visual effects artist Thomas Haley-Hermiz .

technical director: Stereo D Maximilian Hallett . technical artist Michael Hamilton . paint & roto artist: Framestore Nicholas Hampshire . pipeline technical director Donghoon Han . compositor: Scanline VFX / compositor: ScanlineVFX HyunSug Han . senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX Brian Hanable .

compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor: ScanlineVFX Matthew Hanger . senior fx technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Rikke Gjerløv Hansen . cfx department manager: Scanline VFX / crowd department manager: Scanline VFX / rigging department manager: Scanline VFX Heiðrún Tinna Haraldsdóttir . digital compositor Adam Harder . fx artist: Scanline VFX Rich Hardy Jr. . in-house compositor: Marvel Studios James Harmer . lead environment artist Thomas Harmonson .

end title artist: for Exceptional Minds [us] Dylan Harris . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Rick Harris . lidar lead: Clear Angle Studios Bethany Harvey . visual effects editor: ILM London John Hasbrook . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Patrick Haskew . previsualization supervisor: The Third Floor Inc Jared Hasselbach .

visual effects artist Moritz Hausler . fx td: Image Engine Dustin Hayes . senior element qc artist Oliver Hearsey . senior layout artist: Image Engine Chris Hebert . visual effects photographer: SPI Daniel Heder .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Rens Heeren . senior environments artist: Framestore Alex Heffner . visual effects and augmentation lead Ethan Helms .

stereoscopic compositing lead Greg Herman . visual effects artist Lazaro Hernandez . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Este Heyns . vfx capture lead: Clear Angle Studios Ryan Hirsh . stereo supervisor: StereoD LLC Conrad Ho . texture artist Alan Hodges . virtual production artist: Profile Studios Claire Louise Hoey . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Koen Hofmeester . digital artist: Industrial Light & Magic Ben Holen .

visual effects artist Wayne Hollingsworth . fx artist: Scanline VFX Julianne Holzschuh .

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in-house compositor: Marvel Studios Cássio Homa . fx td Andrew Honacker . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Amir Honarmand . lighting technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Paul Hopkins . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Russell Hopwood . visual effects Jean-Francois Houde . digital compositor: Image Engine Alyssa Howald . department manager Barry Howell . founder: The Third Floor Inc Katie Hoyt . visual effects coordinator Mike Hsu .

fx/flowline artist: Scanline VFX / fx/flowline artist: ScanlineVFX Jiaxuan Hu . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Pamela Hu . layout artist: Scanline VFX Chien-Chia Huang . animator: Scanline VFX Sebastian Huart . senior technical animator: Image Engine Jonas Huerta . data wrangler: New York Melissa Huerta .

digital artist: ScanlineVFX Catherine Hughes . associate vfx producer: Luma Pictures Steven Hughes . previsualization artist: Proof, Inc Wendy Hulbert . io coordinator: Scanline VFX Lauren Hulsey . compositor Chris Hung . lighting lead Eyad Hussein .

character technical director Andrew Hutchinson . motion capture td: Scanline VFX Seung Rok Hwang . matchmove artist: Method Studios David Hyde . vfx production assistant Phinehas Iaboni . depth artist: Stereo D Enoch Ihde . character setup td Ivan Imanishi . research & development: Image Engine Laura Ingram . compositing supervisor Yosuke Inomata . senior modeler: Image Engine Taiga Ishibashi . digital compositor Evan Jacobs .

senior stereoscopic 3d supervisor Rajeev Jagasia . hair/cloth/creature fx artist: Scanline VFX Seok Ryan Jang . compositor: Scanline VFX Woonha Jang . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Chris Janssen .

digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Qazi Hamza Javed . modeller: Rising Sun Pictures Jack Jenkins . paint/roto artist: Film spider man far from home Alex Jennings . roto/paint artist Woojo Jeon . vfx bidding producer Martin Jimenez . animator: Scanline VFX Yisong Film spider man far from home . digital compositor Wu JingLong . hair/cloth/creature fx: Scanline VFX Signy Johannesdottir . visual effects coordinator Ross Johnson .

Digital Producer: Sony Pictures Imageworks Kevin J. Jolly . lead visual effects editor Jeremy Jones . finaling qc artist: Stereo D Marc Jones . matchmove supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Jubey Jose . animator: Scanline VFX / visual effects Scott Joseph . compositor: Scanline VFX Djordje Jugovic . assistant data wrangler Shannon Justison . visualization supervisor: The Third Floor Inc Tuomas Järvenpää .

visual effects artist Brandon Kachel . matte painter Javier Kadry . data wrangler: Luma Pictures Andrew Kalicki . technical coordinator: Luma Pictures Nikhil Kamboj . modeller: Rising Sun Pictures V.J. Kanhai . render wrangler/systems admin: Scanline VFX Thepnarin Kanoksrithaworn . visual effects Gareth Kanter . visual effects coordinator: Crafty Apes Bart Karon . assistant technical director: Framestore Santosh Katkar .

stereo comp supervisor Naoki Kato . fx td Preet Katta . paint and roto: framestore Prateek Kaushal . Stereo Supervisor Rosie Keane .

layout artist: ILM London Kristian Kebbe . fx artist: Luma Pictures Glenn Kelly . Head of Production: The Imaginarium Studios Ian Kelly . production manager Abbie Kennedy . layout artist: ILM Andrew Kennedy . senior technical director: Stereo D Connie Kennedy .

motion capture producer Stephen Kennedy . compositing supervisor: Framestore Dulshan Keragala . model/texture artist: Luma Pictures Tilmann Kerkhoff . artist: Perception Simon D. Kern . stereoscopic supervisor: Legend 3D Jeannine Kernisan .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Damien Kessler . visual effects artist: Luma Pictures Alex Khan . lead lighting artist: Luma Pictures Sith Khay . lead department matte painter: Rising Sun Pictures Cindy Khoo . head of digital production: Scanline VFX Matthew Kiefer . senior lighting td Ryan Kilbane . stereo compositor: stereo d Bumjun Jeremy Kim . compositor: Scanline VFX Haetsal Kim . tracking/matchmove artist: Image Engine Kevin J.

Kim . lighter/compositor: Luma Pictures Marvin Kim . modeling supervisor Mirang Kim . lighting technical director Sungsoo Daniel Kim . senior compositor: Scanline VFX Young Min Kim . compositor Ken Satchel King . animator: Scanline VFX Ryan Kirtack .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Stefanos Kittakis . effects technical director: ILM Terry Klopfenstein . element qc senior artist/compositor Jaehyuk Ko . visual effects Sean Kobus . rigger: Scanline VFX Mihajlo Kocevski . matchmove/rotomation artist Ben Kocic . matchmove artist Matthew Koehler . bidding producer: THE THIRD FLOOR, inc Dmitriy Kolesnik .

Senior FX TD Edmund Kolloen . lighting supervisor: Industrial Light & Magic John Koltai . motion graphics designer Paul Koontz . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Venkaiah Chowdary Koppaka . matchmove artist: legend vfx Jack Kosoyan . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Hemanth Reddy Kovvuri . senior stereo compositor Matt Kowaliszyn . animator supervisor Zan Kozlevcar .

matchmove artist: Framestore Sylvia Kratzsch . senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX George Krauter . digital matte painter: Scanline VFX / matte painter Hannes Krieger . fx lead: Scanline VFX / fx lead: ScanlineVFX Yadu Krishnan . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX / senior paint & roto artist: ScanlineVFX Mateusz Krzastek . lead compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Magnolia Ku Lea . animator Tabansi Kufahamu . end titles supervisor: for Exceptional Minds [us] Bobby Kuhl .

compositor Satbir Singh Kukreja . compositor: Scanline VFX Nachiket Kulkarni . senior depth artist: Stereo D Praveen Kumar . rotoanim/rotomation lead Vishishth Kumar . digital production manager: ScanlineVFX / matchmove department manager: Scanline VFX / roto/paint department manager: Scanline VFX Toyotaka Kuroda .

hair/cloth/creature artist: Scanline VFX Evan Kwan . compositor: Image Engine Erran Lake . lead data wrangler Mala Lal . visual effects artist Damien Lam . modeler: Scanline VFX David Lamb . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Cyril Lamine .

visual effects artist Alberto Landeros . digital compositor: Method Studios Dávid Lantos . rigging td: Image Engine Philip Larson . resource specialist: SPI Fredrik Larsson . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Jeremy Lasky . principal/founder: Perception Max Last . compositor Firdaus Ab Latif .

matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Claire Lawrence-Slater . creature fx td: Framestore Allyn Lawson . creature fx td Claudia Lecaros . visual effects producer: ILM Claudia Lechen . compositor: Framestore Julius Lechner . visual effects supervisor: ScanlineVFX Mark LeDoux . visual effects supervisor: Crafty Apes Danny Lee . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Herman Lee . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Jean Lee . production assistant: Sony Pictures Imageworks (as Susan Jean Lee) Jiyoung Lee .

cg generalist: Scanline VFX Jooyong Lee . senior compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Ken Lee . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Maxx Lee . head of engineering: Scanline VFX Michelle Lee . effects technical director: Framestore Wei Ling Lee . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Daniel Lee-Poy .

compositor Win Leerasanthanah . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Thomas Lefebvre . fx lookdev lead: Framestore Eric D Legare . senior rigging td Chris Lentz . animation supervisor: ILM Patrick Lermitte .

associate production manager: Sony Pictures Imageworks Nahuel Letizia . fx artist: Scanline VFX Joe Letteri . senior visual effects supervisor: Weta Digital Louisa Hoi-Tung Leung . visual effects coordinator Ariel Levental . compositor: Framestore Yam Levi . rigger: scanline vfx Hamilton Lewis .

previsualization supervisor: The Third Floor Inc Jesse Lewis-Evans . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Seth Lickiss . stereoscopic compositor Chia-Chun Lin . fx artist: Scanline VFX / fx artist: ScanlineVFX Kuan Lin . senior look development Marta Molla Linana . production support: Industrial Light & Magic Isaac Lipstadt . 2d production manager: Scanline VFX Kimberley Liptrap . senior look development artist Alex Llewellyn .

compositing supervisor: Method Studios Clementine Lo . fx artist: Image Engine Steven Lo . visualization artist Jason Locke . matchmove lead Gian Ignacio Lombardi . compositing & lighting: Luma Pictures Javier Lopez .

visualization supervisor: The Third Floor Inc Javier Lopez-Duprey . visualization supervisor Geoff Lou . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Will Lovett . lighting and compositing artist: Luma Pictures Zachary V. Lowe . senior texture artist: visual effects Alicia Lowndes . visual effects coordinator Dyllan Lu .

hair/cloth/creature fx department lead: Scanline VFX Brad Lucas . digital compositor Jordan Lucchino . stereoscopic compositor Andrey Lutsker .

compositor: Image Engine Vlad Lysenco . artist: Perception Wanqi Lyu . fx pipeline td: Luma Pictures Michael Löffler . senior pipeline td: ScanlineVFX Susan Ma . film spider man far from home department manager: Method Studios Filippo Maccari . fx senior technical director: Sony Pictures Film spider man far from home Jimmie MacDonald . visual effects coordinator: Method Studios Laura Macfadyen . matte painter: Image Engine Arnaud Machtou .

lighting & lookdev technical director: Framestore Melanie Mack . matchmove artist: Method Studios Stephen MacKershan . visual effects artist Shri Bindhu Madhav . senior finaling supervisor: Stereo D film spider man far from home senior visual effects supervisor: Stereo D Amy Madigan .

senior production coordinator: Stereo D Carol Madrigal . post production manager: Profile Studios Filipe Magalhães . asset artist: The Third Floor Inc Siddhartha Maganti . visual effects executive producer: legend vfx Buthaina Mahmoud .

software engineer Thomas Maier . visual effects artist Matthieu Maillet . Previs Artist Yael Majors . assistant finaling supervisor Jona Maluck . digital compositor: Method Studios Chris Manabe . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Dean Mangion . matchmove artist: Image Engine Alex Manita . visual effects artist Virgil Manning . animator: ILM London Ali Mapar .

fx artist: Scanline VFX Charana Mapatuna . digital paint and roto artist / roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Indah Maretha . digital compositor Paris Marin . previs artist Tim Marinov . visual effects Nicholas Markel . founder: The Third Floor Inc Jason Marlow . matchmove supervisor Jing Marshall . production coordinator: Legend 3D Brandon Martin .

lighting td Dominic Martin . digital artist Aldo Martinez Calzadilla . animator: Scanline VFX / modeler: Scanline VFX / modeler: ScanlineVFX Andy Martinez Calzadilla . visual effects artist Rafael Martins .

layout artist: Industrial Light & Magic Joseph Masellis . Finaling Department: Assistant Manager Daniel James Mason . matchmove artist: Method Studios - Trailer Marco Film spider man far from home . digital compositor Caterina Massuras . vfx production assistant: Italy Unit Robert Mastriano .

visual effects artist Jack Matchette . Production Assistant Agata Matuszak . animator: Scanline VFX / senior animator Saurabh Maurya . lighting & lookdev technical director Arnaud Mavoka-Isana .

mocap td/motion editor Andrea Maxwell . vfx editor Graham McBride . visual effects artist Kindra McCall . stereoscopic depth artist Shawn McCarten . lead lighting artist: Rising Sun Pictures Kathrin McCarthy . senior previs coordinator Chris McClintock . senior producer: Legend 3D Oliver McCluskey . senior lighting td: ILM Nathan McConnel . animation supervisor: Framestore Mark McCormack-Douglas . stereoscopic compositor Daniel McCue .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Andrew McCully . previsualization lead: The Third Floor Inc Chris McIlveen . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Liz McLelland . digital artist Jennifer McSpadden . realtime system operator Jim McVay . head of lighting department Liam Meakins . stereo assistant paint lead Horacio Mendoza . fx supervisor: Framestore Joel Román Mendías . executive producer: Scanline VFX Elard Meneses . animator: Scanline VFX Rebecca Mercurio .

visual effects coordinator Alexandra Merritt-Gambrill . depth artist: Stereo D Jeremy Mesana . Animation Supervisor Andre Metello . senior creature technical director: ILM Joel Michael .

visual effects Jonah Michaud . pipeline developer: Scanline Film spider man far from home Ivan Mickovic . techlonogy manager: Scanline VFX Luca Mignardi . senior compositor: ILM Jaymie Miguel . visual effects artist Francesca Milde . compositor Lizz Miller .

depth supervisor Scott Miller . studio manager: Scanline VFX / studio manager: ScanlineVFX Jackie Mills . roto/paint supervisor Jane Min . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Kyoungsoo Min . model/texture artist: Luma Pictures Meherzad Minbattiwala . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Marta Mintenko . head of resource management: Framestore Phillip Minter . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Snehal Kanchan Mistry .

roto/paint department coordinator: Scanline VFX (as Snehal Mistry) Matthew Mitchell . production services technician Scott Mitchell . compositor Akmal Mlahaili . roto/paint artist / roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Jamie Moggach . compositor Shauna Mohan . stereo coordinator: Stereo D Vikram Mohan . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Stephanie Molk . visual effects artist Paul Molodowitch . r&d developer: Luma Pictures Justin Molush .

design lead: Perception Kevin Monge . photogrammetry 3d scan artist: Gentle Giant Studios Mathew Monro . lighting technical director: ILM Christopher Montesano . pipeline supervisor (as Chris Montesano) Reuben Montgomery . visual effects artist Marcelo Morales Maes . technical artist: Framestore Skye Morandin . production coordinator: Stereo D Scott Morgan .

visual effects artist Hiroshi Mori . founder: The Third Floor Inc Claire Morris . senior element qc artist Liam Morris . previs asset builder: Proof, Inc Ivan Moutinho . plate lab wrangler Susan Mueller .

3d stereoscopic production manager Chris Mulcaster . additional cg supervisor: ScanlineVFX Andy Mulligan . layout artist: ILM Arwen Munro . visual effects producer Jeremy Munro . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Balaji Muppalla . visual effects Priyank Murarka . digital compositor Dennis Murillo .

senior visual effects coordinator Connor Murphy . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Brian Murray . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Ersan Musa . previs artist: The Third Floor Inc Devan Mussato . rigging department supervisor: Scanline VFX Jeff Nadwidny . roto/paint: Department Lead Hee-Chel Nam . visual effects artist Farzad 'Fuzz' Namdjoo . digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Tia Nanda . VFX Assets Production Assistant Evan Nanou .

stereo compositor Prasad Kamalakar Narse . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Amit Narwani . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Sianoosh Nasiriziba . senior animator: Scanline VFX Amber Marie Naveira . wrangler manager: Weta Digital Makarand Nazirkar . senior rigging technical director Sheldon Neill . digital coordinator: Luma Pictures Charlotte Nelson . head of production: The Third Floor Inc Frida Nerdal . digital compositor Alessandro Neri .

compositor: Luma Pictures Sarah Neveu . digital matter painter: Scanline VFX / matte painter Pete C. Newbauer . visual effects artist Trent Newton . ingest/delivery department: Stereo D Gregory Ng . lead compositor: Luma Pictures Gretel Ng . fx and lighting film spider man far from home manager: Scanline VFX Jebb Ng . layout lead: Rising Sun Pictures Aline Ngo .

VFX Recruiter Jeremy Nicolaides . executive producer: Legend 3D Mark Nijjar . technical director: Stereo D Neela Nitesh . stereo compositor James P. Noon . visual effects Hyeonyi O'Brien .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Daniel O'Shaughnessy . roto/paint artist Santiago O'Shea . 3d artist: Framestore Kelly O'Toole . senior talent manager: Scanline VFX Cyndi Ochs . visual effects producer Kieran Ogden-Brunell . visual effects artist: Rising Sun Pictures Jaesung Oh . vfx production manager Yvonne Oh . compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Maxx Okazaki . lead cg modeler: Sony Pictures Imageworks Gerome Oldfield .

modeller: framestore Matteo Olivieri-Dancey . digital compositor Zofie Olsson . digital compositor Bartek Opatowiecki . 3d pipeline supervisor: Scanline VFX Jonathan Opgenhaffen .

vfx art director Madeleine Orchard . rigging td Alban Orlhiac . head of texture: Framestore James S. Osborne . visual effects production assistant (as James Osborne) Raphael Oseguera . roto department manager Artem Otvodenkov . artist: Perception Phil Outen . senior compositor: Luma Pictures Naoki Oyagi . digital compositor Joseph Oyem . modeler: Scanline VFX Matthew Ozerski . Previs Editor at The Third Floor inc Parisa Pajoohandeh . ingest/delivery department: Stereo D Amanda Pamela . lead compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Francesco Panzieri .

compositor: Luma Pictures Sangmyeon Park . modeler: Scanline VFX Taehyun Park . modeler: Sony Pictures Imageworks Ben Paschke . look development lead: Rising Sun Pictures Noah Pascuzzi . compositor: Framestore Daniel J. Pastor . digital compositor Andres Patarroyo . previs artist Nikul Patel . head of lidar: Clear Angle Studios Ratnesh Patel . roto artist Harshal Patil . layout artist Jeremy Patterson . stereoscopic compositor Addison Pauli . production services: Sony Pictures Imageworks Tilman Paulin .

lead compositor: Image Engine Geoff Pedder . look development artist Evan Peignet . visual effects artist Roy Peker . digital compositor Brian Peluso . compositor: Scanline VFX / compositor: ScanlineVFX Chris Pember . senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX / senior generalist Eric Pender . crowd td: Scanline VFX Joseph Pepper . cg supervisor Michael Perdew .

visual effects producer: Luma Pictures Adam Pere . visual effects producer: Crafty Apes Daniel Perez . 3d generalist: ScanlineVFX Matt Perrin . previsualization supervisor Linda Petch . visualization artist Brian Petersen . vfx production assistant Eric Petey . animation department supervisor: Scanline VFX Bastian Alexander Petjak . FX Artist: Luma Pictures Adam Petrie . director of operations: Scanline VFX Michael Petty . visual effects artist Andrea Peverelli .

digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Andrea Pezzolato . lead texture artist: Framestore Long-Hai Pham . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Dziewanna Picazo . animation coordinator: Scanline VFX Lewis Pickston . visual effects artist Nicolas Pierquin .

concept artist: Luma Pictures Andrea Piersanti . digital compositor Dan Pilgrim . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Raphael A. Pimentel . animation supervisor: Luma Pictures Kevin Pinga . visual effects artist Andrew Pinson . digital compositor: Framestore Manuel Pintarelli . roto & paint artist Sergio Pinto . lighting lead: Method Studios Anastasia Pirchio . creature fx td Cody Poag .

stereoscopic compositor Ann Podlozny . executive visual effects producer: ILM Maude Poirier-Caron . office manager: Scanline VFX James Pollard . senior rotoscope artist: Weta Digital Jason Pomerantz . post production supervisor: Stereo D Eric Ponton . senior compositor: Image Engine Eddie Porter . lead compositor: Luma Pictures Justin Porter . junior pipeline td: Luma Pictures Samuel Porter . assistant technical director: Framestore Taylor Potts . animator: Scanline VFX Adam Potvin . compositor: Scanline VFX Koli Pratik .

vfx roto artist Jeremy Preissner . director of systems engineering: Legend 3D Quentin Prenant . creature fx artist: ScanlineVFX / hair/cloth/creature fx: Scanline VFX Warren Presland . modeler: Framestore Will Preston . 3D Artist Brennan Prevatt . compositor: Scanline VFX Carlota Primo . lighting technical director Stewart Probert . production manager: Clear Angle Studios Sonya Proehl .

training coordinator Jaime Provido . technology resource administrator: Method Studios Derek N. Prusak . post production manager: Deluxe 3D/Stereo D Sergej Pulios . matchmove & rotomation Giorgia Pulvirenti . compositor: Industrial Light & Magic Robin Purdy . Animator Nick Purrier . visual effects coordinator: Image Engine James Pyper .

visual effects artist Ana Pérez Requejo . visual effects Maik Pham Quang . lighting td: Framestore / matchmove artist: Framestore Carlos Quijada . digital artist Deepak Rai . Camera Tracking and Matchmove Vani Rakesh . digital coordinator: Luma Pictures Mattan Ram . matchmove artist: Image Engine Lisa Rasasombat . visual effects Pietro Rastelli . 3d artist: Framestore Kisholay Ray .

production coordinator: Deluxe Stereo D Clint Rea . look development artist Anil Reddy . layout artist: Rising sun pictures Clement Renaudin . cg supervisor: Luma Pictures Florent Revel film spider man far from home. matchmover Robin Reyer . head of lighting & lookdev: Rising Sun Pictures Geoffrey Reynaud . fx technical director Susanna Riccio . compositor: Scanline VFX Daniel Riddle . modeler & texture artist: Luma Pictures Mnandi Ridley .

visual effects artist: 3D Scanning Marc D. Rienzo . additional visual effects supervisor: Marvel Studios Saysana Rintharamy . senior fx/flowling artist: Scanline VFX Marlon Rivas . compositor: Crafty Apes Martin Rivera . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Joshua Robertson . pipeline developer: Scanline VFX / pipeline td Terrence Robertson-Fall . character setup supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Filippo Robino . senior fx artist Samantha Rocca . vfx production manager: Scanline VFX Timothy Rodriguez .

concept artist: ILM Evgeny Rodygin . ui designer Brendan Rogers . matchmove artist: Scanline VFX Karl Rogovin . fx td: Luma Pictures Xavier Roig . senior lighting td: Image Engine Gal Roiter . senior lighting artist: Sony Pictures Imageworks Casey Rolseth .

lookdev lead: Method Studios Marcos Romero . character td: Luma Pictures Ryan D. Romero . digital artist: IMAX Version Xavier A. Romo . plate lab wrangler Amanda Roop . compositor: Scanline VFX Emily Roper . texture photographer Andrea Rosa . creature td: ILM David Rose . senior compositor: Scanline VFX James Rose . digital compositor Marc-Olivier Rouleau . pipeline technical director Sean Rourke .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Robin Rowe . Software Architect Vania Ruano . digital compositor Mike De Rubertis . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc (as Micheal Rubertis) Callum Ruddleston . visual effects production assistant Jaymes Ruffin . digital coordinator Paul Runyan . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Caitlin Rupert . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Nathan Rusch .

pipeline technical director: Luma Pictures Christina Ryan . texture and look development artist (as Christina Rzewucki) Emeric Saint-Germain . matte painter/environment td: Framestore Hayato Saito . modeling and texturing artist Neha Samant . asset department coordinator: Scanline VFX Haley Samms . motion editor Priam Sampaio . technical director Ronald Samson .

lighting artist: Sony Pictures Imageworks Adolfo Sanchez . Motion Capture Stage Manager Lui Sanchez-Fontillas . compositor / compositor: Scanline VFX Martin Sandahl . visual effects editor: Framestore Jan-Willem Sanderman . vfx line producer: Framestore Jose Sandoval . 3d stereoscopic production assistant: Marvel Studios Jason Sanford . visual effects producer: Crafty Apes Mohan Sangeeth .

animation department manager: Scanline VFX Jacob Santamaria . visual effects artist Ryan Saper . modeler: Sony Pictures Imageworks Shane Saravia . technical director: Stereo D Leah Sargent . visual effects manager: additional photography Tarkan Sarim . lead grooming td: Scanline VFX / lead grooming td: ScanlineVFX Branan Sarveswaran . element qc artist: Stereo D Quinlan Saule . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Rebecca Saunders . on set coordinator/assistant data wrangler Nicolas Sauval .

effects technical director: Framestore Andrew Savchenko . compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Komkrit Sawasdee . cfx creature td Ilija Sazdovski . rotomation artist/matchmove artist Casey Schatz . technical supervisor: The Third Floor Inc Yoann Schmid . lighting artist: ScanlineVFX / senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX Stefan Schneider .

digital modeler / modeler: Scanline VFX Conor Schock . compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Marc Schoenbeck . compositing artist: Luma Pictures David Schott . digital compositor John Schratz . cg generalist: Scanline VFX / visual effects Guy Schuleman . fx technical director Jameson Schultz . digital compositor David Schulz . visual effects artist: Rising Sun Pictures Walter Schulz . crowd department supervisor / crowd department supervisor: Scanline VFX Hamish Schumacher .

visual effects supervisor: Method Studios Petra Schwane . compositor: Framestore Daniele Scialdone . digital compositor Denis Scolan . compositing supervisor: ILM Brendan Seals . visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures Bryan Searing . associate vfx producer George Sears . motion capture supervisor Ryan Sefton . 3d artist Flavio Segal . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Anik Seguin . visual effects editor Leila Sen . visual effects production co-ordinator: framestore Elham Sepehrjou .

visualization film spider man far from home The Third Floor Inc Bryan Servante . lead previs artist: Proof, Inc Miles Shacklady . assistant technical director: Framestore Rushabh Shah . depth artist: Stereo D Shareef Shanawany .

senior fx/flowline artist: Scanline VFX Cathy Shaw . visual effects artist Matthew Shaw . digital compositor Andrew Shawley . vfx data wrangler: additional photography Dan Sheerin . software engineer Ming-Yee Sheh . matte painter Gary Shelley . roto/paint show lead Will Shepherd . fx artist: Scanline VFX Bronwyn Shields . visual effects editor Tatsuyuki Shimada . animator Adnan Siddique . roto supervisor Michael Siegel . visual effects artist Marcela A.

Silva . compositor / compositor: Scanline VFX Jared Simeth . associate vfx supervisor: Luma Pictures Uros Simic . senior lookdev technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Victoria Simiele . matchmove production manager: Scanline VFX Jade Simpson . production coordinator: Stereo D / stereo compositor: Stereo D Gabriella Sinella . assistant data wrangler Kishore Singh . cfx lead: Scanline VFX Jessa Sininger .

cloth & hair simulation artist Thanapoom Siripopungul . character td supervisor: Luma Pictures Janek Sirrs . production visual effects supervisor / visual effects supervisor Magnus Skagerlund .

modeling department supervisor: Scanline VFX Dane Allan Smith . vice president: The Third Floor Inc Douglas James Smith . lighting artist Cameron Smither . lead digital compositor Eric So . digital compositor Chloe Soares . vfx coordinator: Perception Ashutosh Sonar . compositor: visual effects Paul Song . compositor: Crafty Apes Sepp Sonntag . environment supervisor: Image Engine Mandy Film spider man far from home . visual effects artist: Company3 Ivan Sorgente .

digital compositor Cameron Sorgi .

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digital compositor: Luma Pictures Laura Soriano Martínez . modeler / modeler: Scanline VFX Kevin Souls . visual effects supervisor: Luma Pictures Gabriel Souza . digital compositor Aaron Sowd . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Ferdinando Spagnolo . visual effects artist Lisa Spence . visual effects producer: Scanline VFX / visual effects producer: ScanlineVFX Doug Spilatro . visual effects artist Ian Spriggs . lead character modeller: Image Engine Carl St-Pierre . vfx lead Igor Stanoev .

machmove artist Ashley Stanton . matchmove artist: Framestore Daniel Steart . visual effects artist Leonie Steeger . visual effects coordinator Petter Steen . senior generalist: ILM Orde Stevanoski . pipeline architect Paul Stevens . data wrangler Michele Stocco . flowline supervisor: ScanlineVFX Matthew Wade Stokes . production assistant Yesod Stone . lead i/o technician: Legend 3D David Stopford . flowline lead: Scanline VFX Perry Stoutt II .

stereo artist: Stereo D Alan Stucchi . compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor Errol Stussi . visual effects coordinator: Scanline VFX Olivia Suh . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Matt Sullivan . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Mariangela Suma .

department manager: Framestore Iryna Sumanova . roto/paint artist: Image Engine Jonathon Sumner . digital compositor Quentin Sur . previs artist: The Third Floor Inc Ryley Swan . fx artist: Luma Pictures Robert Szabo . digital compositor Christina Takahashi . visual effects coordinator Anukrati Talati . creature fx technical director Lori Talley . previsualization producer: The Third Floor Inc Jerrod Tan . roto/paint artist Kevin Tan .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Neil Russell Tan . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX Theophane Tan . digital artist Hantong Tang . pipeline td Dipak Tarpara . vfx artist: Stereo D Giulio Tarsitani . film spider man far from home Scanline VFX Ahmet Levent Tasel film spider man far from home. senior software developer: ScanlineVFX James Tavet . matchmove artist: Image Engine Eunice Taylor . digital coordinator: Luma Pictures Melissa Taylor . visual effects executive Arthur Terzis .

senior rigging td Christopher Thellas . visual effects coordinator: The Third Floor Inc Gaetan Thiffault . fx artist: Scanline VFX Caitlin Thomas . visual effects producer: Framestore Brian Thomason . compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks James Thompson . previs artist: Proof, Inc Jennifer Thompson . visual effects artist Stephen Thornhill . texture painter Raghavi Arya Thota . depth artist / stereo compositor Eric Timm . stereo compositor Andrew Tinkler . stereo compositor: credited Radhakrishna Reddy Tippani .

visual effects Tim Tobin . compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor: ScanlineVFX Lachlan Tolley . compositor Steven Tom . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Beth Tomashek . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Alessandra Tomassi .

technical support Jeff Tong . modeler: ScanlineVFX Roohi Topgi . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Saul Toresan . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc John Toth . digital compositor: Rising Sun Pictures Fabio Tovar . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Will Towle .

lead digital compositor Chris Treichel . director of production: Stereo D Stephan Trojansky . visual effects supervisor: Scanline VFX Oleg Troy . lead lighting technical director Greg Tsadilas . senior cg generalist: Scanline VFX Tzung-Da Tsai . flowline development lead: Scanline VFX / flowline development lead: ScanlineVFX Abdul Ahad Tunio . stereo compositor: Stereo D Danny Turner .

visual effects Charlotte Tyson . digital matte painter Ryan Ui . cg generalist: Scanline VFX Dan Urrutia . visual effects editor Kulapong Vaiyamugamuygul .

visual effects artist Mauricio Valderrama . lead compositor Elisa Valenzisi . fx artist: Luma Pictures Nick van Diem . senior creature td: ILM Jack Van Nuis . compositor Merinda Janse van Rensburg . digital artist: Rising Sun Pictures Arnulfo Vargas .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Sherin Varghese . compositing supervisor Alexey Vasilyev . modeler: Scanline VFX Luis Vega .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Alejandro Vela-Castro . digital compositor: ILM Oliver Velichkovski . Paint Vivaswan Venkat . visual effects coordinator David Vidal Pedroza . visual effects artist Joseph Villa . roto and paint lead: Method Studios Keven Viragh-Begert . Lead Layout TD: Sony Pictures Imageworks Tiberius Viris .

senior matte painter Aude Vitrant . department manager Amanda Viveiros . stereo production coordinator: Stereo D Maximilian-Gordon Vogt . lead modeler Marion Voignier . compositor: Image Engine Yonghow Vong . senior lighting technical director: Sony Pictures Imageworks Scott Vosbury . compositor: Scanline VFX / compositor: ScanlineVFX Kynan Voyeaud . vfx compositor: ilm Anne Vu . compositor: Image Engine Jakub Vykoukal .

concept artist Thomas Dane Wagener . stereo coordinator: Scanline VFX Alexis Wajsbrot . visual effects supervisor: Framestore Sagar Wakankar . roto/paint lead: Scanline VFX Isaiah Walker . roto/paint artist: Image Engine Tim Walker .

compositing supervisor: Weta Digital Ross Wallis . lighting lead Shawn Walsh . visual effects executive producer: Image Engine Ed Walters . compositor: Scanline VFX Michael Walton . digital compositor: Framestore Houhan Wang . artist: Perception Rose Wang . digital matte painter: Scanline VFX Ben Wardle . visual effects coordinator Alex Wareham . render support & data ops: Framestore London Joe Warner Jr.

. lidar film spider man far from home Clear Angle Studios Sanford Warwick . assistant lead stereoscopic compositor/paint artist: Stereo D Logan B. Watkins . roto/paint: Scanline VFX Aidan Waugh . ingest/delivery department: Stereo D Hazel Weatherall . digital artist: 3D Scanning Emma Webb . 3D Stereoscopic Supervisor: Marvel Studios Fabrizio Weiss . vfx coordinator: Italy Unit Larry Weiss .

cg supervisor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Shelley Welch . layout lead: Scanline VFX Hunter Welker . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Rebecca Wells . paint and roto artist: Luma Pictures David Welstead-Wood . cg generalist: ILM Peter Welton . paint supervisor: ILM Blair Werschler . lighting lead: Scanline VFX Kelly Wescott . depth artist Chris West . paint/roto artist: ILM Kristofer Whitford . digital compositor Aric Whittom . stereoscopic compositor / film spider man far from home depth artist Shane Christopher Wicklund .

senior digital compositor: Sony Pictures Imageworks Cameron Widen . post-visualization artist Ryan Wieber . compositor: Scanline VFX / digital compositor: ScanlineVFX Guy T. Wiedmann . Stereoscopic Editor Tobias Wiesner . digital compositor: Weta Digital Ryan M. Wilson . stereoscopic artist Wirak Winsuth . visual effects Lucy Wisada . assistant technical director Eddy Wolfson . senior paint artist Christine Wong .

finance director: Image Engine Jason Wong . vfx artist: Stereo D Justin Wong . roto/paint artist: Scanline VFX / roto/paint artist: ScanlineVFX Mark Wong . animator: Scanline VFX Robby Wong .

layout artist Christian Wood . digital compositor: Crafty Apes Nick Woythaler . designer Tyquane Wright . look development artist: Sony Pictures Imageworks Shendy Wu . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Annette Wullems . senior vfx producer: Framestore Garrett Wycoff . 2d lead: Luma Pictures Dane Wylie .

stereo supervisor Andy Yamada . stereoscopic coordinator Howard Yan . accountant: ScanlineVFX Marvin Yanez . roto/paint artist Esther Yap . matchmove lead: Scanline VFX Jose Yapor . senior layout artist Michael Yates . lighter/compositor Tiffany Yee . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Robert Yeh . io coordinator: Scanline VFX Jeremy Yeokhoo . rigging artist: Scanline VFX Mark Yfantidis . digital artist Donmill Yip .

modeler: Image Engine Kin Yiu . visual effects coordinator Jin A Yoon . lighting artist Jacob Yorke . stereo compositor Cobol Yu . creature fx: ScanlineVFX / hair/cloth/creature artist: Scanline VFX Sophia Yu .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Indrit Zabzuni . 3d artist Alyssa Zarate . matte painting supervisor David Zbriger . technical manager of global production: ILM Alexandra Zedalis .

visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc David Zeng . pipeline technical director: ScanlineVFX Nathan Zeppel . layout artist: Rising Sun Pictures Lauren Zimmer . visualization artist: The Third Floor Inc Andrew Zink . cg supervisor: Luma Pictures Bojana Zozinska . matchmove artist / rotomation artist/matchmove artist Juraj Zuban . visualization artist Camille Zurcher . assistant coordinator Marteinn Örn Óskarsson .

software developer Samantha Abda . visual effects coordinator: Rising Sun Pictures (uncredited) Ruben Gerardo Alfaro Moreno . visual effects (uncredited) Rajesh Babu . associate producer: BOT VFX (uncredited) Darren Bailey . operations coordinator: Stereo D (uncredited) Lorien Baquera . element qc artist: Stereo D (uncredited) Roman Bugrov . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Simon Carr .

visual effects supervisor: Territory Studio (uncredited) Pascal Chappuis . Head of Technical Production, Image Engine (uncredited) Soomin Chon . fx artist: ScanlineVFX (uncredited) Carly Cook . bidding coordinator/administrative assistant: Sony Pictures Imageworks (uncredited) Henrik Dahlberg . technology: Industrial Light & Magic (uncredited) Jay Dingle . screen graphics: Territory Studio (uncredited) Megan Elliott . technical artist (uncredited) Leon Anthony Enriquez .

senior modeler (uncredited) Paul John Faeldo . stereo compositor: Stereo D (uncredited) Sean Feeley . pipeline td: Territory Studio (uncredited) Philip Fraschetti . senior paint artist: Weta Digital (uncredited) Matthew Gaskin .

stereo compositor: Stereo D (uncredited) Alexandros Gotsis . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Larry Gritz . software lead (uncredited) Vinod Gundre . additional visual effects supervisor (uncredited) Film spider man far from home Henderson . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Ben Hicks . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Thomas Scott Holland .

visual effects coordinator (uncredited) Daniel Højlund . screen graphics: Territory Studio (uncredited) / visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Hetal Jain .

visual effects producer: BOT VFX (uncredited) Chris Kessler . production services technician (uncredited) Samira Khan . visual effects coordinator (uncredited) Enrico Lambiase . screen graphics: Territory Studio (uncredited) Roberto Lapuente Romo . information systems developer: Weta Digital (uncredited) Matthew Lausch . research & development: ILM (uncredited) Francesco Lupo . senior groom td: ILM (uncredited) Nick Lyons .

visual effects artist: Territory Studio film spider man far from home Camila Marcus . production coordinator: Stereo D (uncredited) Ben Margerison . visual effect coordinator: Territory Studio (uncredited) Chiaki Matsubayashi . visual effects (uncredited) Tom McLoughlin . visual effects producer: Territory Studio (uncredited) Lorenzo Miglietta . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Michael Muir .

digital artist (uncredited) Sam Munnings . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Danielle Murray . roto/paint artist: Method Studios (uncredited) Harish Kumar Muthaiah Naidu . stereo supervisor (uncredited) David O'Brien . element qc senior artist/compositor: Stereo D (uncredited) Andrea Lackey Pace . executive director of editorial: production services and resources (uncredited) Ashley Pay .

visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Andrew Popplestone . visual effects supervisor: Territory Studio (uncredited) Nick Proulx . production technology (uncredited) John Relosa . production technology: ILM (uncredited) Dane Rockingham . technology: ILM London (uncredited) Darren Rodriguez . animator (uncredited) Rohit Sardesai . vfx line producer (uncredited) Davis Saunders . Creative Supervisor: StereoD (uncredited) Leiah Sears .

render/data wrangler: Rising Sun Pictures (uncredited) Riess Shafique . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Tonya Strantzi .

pipeline technical director: Framestore (uncredited) Sophie Taylor . visual effects artist: Territory Studio (uncredited) Joseph Towe . digital artist (uncredited) Caspar Vinall . hdri stitching artist: Framestore (uncredited) Stunts Lucie Absolonova . stunts: Prague Unit (as Luice Absolonova) Hayley Ainsley . stunts Christel Akoula . stunts: Venice Unit Paola Altobelli . stunts: Venice Unit Georgina Armstrong .

stunts Nina Armstrong . stunts Petr Bozdech . stunts: Prague Unit Jan Brichcin . stunts: Prague Unit Marek Brichcin . stunts: Prague Unit (as Marek Brichcin) Matous Brichcin .

stunts: Prague Unit (as Matous Brichcin) Dan Brown . stunt floor supervisor Liam Carey . stunts Kevin Cassidy . stunts Massimiliano Catasta . stunts: Venice Unit Brona Chaloupkova . stunts: Prague Unit Chi Chan . stunts Jonathan Cohen . stunts Giampiero Comanducci . stunts: Venice Unit Liam Coote . stunts George Cottle . stunt coordinator Brycen Counts . assistant stunt coordinator James Cox . stunt double: Mysterio/Jake Gyllenhaal Jason Curle .

stunts Chris Daniels . stunt rigging coordinator Andrius Davidenas . stunts Lucky Davis . stunt performer Matt Fraser Dawson . stunts (as Matthew Fraser-Dawson) Alessandro Xavier De Silva . stunts: Venice Unit Federica Della Martira . stunts: Venice Unit Jim Dowdall . stunts Zuzana Drdacka . stunts: Prague Unit Michaela Dvorska . stunts: Prague Unit Martin Dvorsky . stunts: Prague Unit Hana Dvorská . stunts: Prague Unit (as Hana Dvorska) Kiante Elam .

stunt double: Nick Fury James Embree . stunts Martin Engel . stunts: Prague Unit Dan Euston . stunts Bradley Farmer . stunt performer Josie Forman . stunts Rocco Maria Franco . stunts: Venice Unit Sarah Franzl . stunts Maria Gnecchi . stunts: Venice Unit Martin Gordon . stunts David R. Grant . stunts (as David Grant) Dan Griffiths . stunt performer Romana Hajkova . stunts: Prague Unit Nadia Hansell . stunts Gabriella Harman . stunts James Harris . stunt double: Mysterio Paul Heasman .

stunts Maria Hippolyte . stunts Tien Hoang . stunt performer Rachel Holifield . stunts Jiri Horky . stunts: Prague Unit Jacob Hugghins .

stunts Nazar Hul . stunts: Prague Unit Marek Jelinek . stunts: Prague Unit Gary Kane . stunts Ellie Keighley . stunts Keone Kim . stunts Pavel Kratky . stunts: Prague Unit Jiri Kraus . stunts: Prague Unit Petr Kucera . stunts: Prague Unit Adam Kulhavy . stunts: Prague Unit Maurice Lee .

stunts Vicki Leung . stunts Sarah Lochlan . stunts Michaela Manovska . stunts: Prague Unit Chelsea Mather . stunts David Matousek .

stunts: Prague Unit Carly Michaels . stunts Riccardo Mioni . stunt coordinator: Venice Unit (as Ricardo Maria Mioni) Theo Morton . stunts William Morts . stunts (as Billy Morts) David Newton . stunts Daniele Nguyen . stunts: Venice Unit (as Daniele Nguyen Hung) Jake Osborn . stunts Vaclav Pacal . stunts: Prague Unit Licata Patrizio . stunts: Venice Unit (as Patrizio Lucata) Catherine Peck .

stunt performer (uncredited) Wilson Peres . stunts: Venice Unit (as Peres Wilson) Tomas Peterac . stunts: Prague Unit Jaroslav Peterka . stunt coordinator: Prague Unit Marta Pinna . stunts: Venice Unit Monika Podzimkova . stunts: Film spider man far from home Unit Chris Pollard .

stunts Ales Putik . stunts: Prague Unit Yung Q . stunt double Federico Regazzo . stunts: Venice Unit Douglas Robson . stunts Emanuele Romano . stunts: Venice Unit Valentina Rossi Stuart . stunts: Venice Unit (as Valentina Bordin) Tomas Rydval . stunts: Prague Unit Michaela Salamounova . stunts: Prague Unit Luke Scott . stunt double: Spider-Man Petr Sekanina . stunts: Prague Unit Walter Siccardi . stunts: Venice Unit Marek Simbersky . stunts: Prague Unit Adam Smith .

stunts Venice Smith . stunts Martin Spur . stunts: Prague Unit Mark Stanton-Kelly . stunts Frantisek Stupka . stunts: Prague Unit Jaroslav Surowska . stunts: Prague Unit (as Jaroslav Surowka) Jakub Svec . stunts: Prague Unit Marie Svecova . stunts: Prague Unit Laura Swift . stunts Tamara Tassi . stunts: Venice Unit Rocky Taylor . stunts Karen Teoh . stunts Greg Townley . stunt double: Spider-Man Richard Verran Townsend . stunts Hollie Tu . stunt performer Massimiliano Ubaldi .

stunts: Venice Unit Miroslav Valka . stunts: Prague Unit Vittorio Verdirosi . stunts: Venice Unit Aaron Vexler . stunts Jan Vosmik . stunts: Prague Unit Jirí Vostrovský .

stunts: Prague Unit (as Jiri Vostrovsky) Vincent Wang . stunts Marlow Warrington-Mattei . fight coordinator David Williams . stunts (as Dave Williams) Annabel Elizabeth Wood . stunts (as Annabel Wood) Eddie Yansick . stunts Roland Zamperla . stunts: Venice Unit Hayley Ainsley . stunt double: Zendaya (uncredited) James Apps . stunt performer (uncredited) Gary Arthurs .

stunt performer (uncredited) Luciano Bacheta . stunt double: Samuel L. Jackson (uncredited) Dean Bailey . stunt driver (uncredited) Paul Bailey . stunt performer (uncredited) Chris Barnes . stunt performer (uncredited) Gavin Barnes . stunt performer (uncredited) Adam Basil . stunt performer (uncredited) Matthew Bell . stunt performer (uncredited) Walter S.

Bernard . stunt performer (uncredited) Nitasha Bhambree . stunts (uncredited) Dan Brown . stunt coordinator: additional photography (uncredited) Andrew Burford . stunt performer (uncredited) Jared Burke .

stunt driver (uncredited) Stephanie Carey . precision driver (uncredited) Elisabeth P. Carpenter . stunts (uncredited) Adam Collins . stunt performer (uncredited) Chris Daniels . stunt rigging supervisor (uncredited) Shane Daniels . stunt performer (uncredited) Paul Film spider man far from home . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Tim Davies . stunt performer (uncredited) Ray De-Haan . stunt performer (uncredited) Hakeem Dickson Jr.

. stunts (uncredited) Elizabeth Donker Curtius . stunt performer (uncredited) David Elson . stunt double: Tom Holland, additional photography (uncredited) Rick English . stunt performer (uncredited) Timothy Eulich . stunt double: Jake Gyllenhaal, additional photography (uncredited) / stunt performer (uncredited) Rachael Evelyn .

stunt performer (uncredited) Marie Fink . stunts (uncredited) Aja Frary . stunt double: Zendaya, additional photography (uncredited) David Garrick . stunt performer (uncredited) Anthony Genova . utility stunts (uncredited) Shane Geraghty . utility stunts (uncredited) Luke Gomes . stunt double: Tony Revolori (uncredited) Chris Grabher . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Richard Hall .

stunts (uncredited) George Harris . stunt performer (uncredited) Dan Hirst . stunts (uncredited) Anthony Hoang . stunt performer (uncredited) Al Holland . stunt performer (uncredited) Niahlah Hope . stunt performer (uncredited) Octavia Hopwood . stunt performer (uncredited) Nazar Hul .

stunts (uncredited) Terry Jackson . stunts (uncredited) Jonny James . stunt performer (uncredited) Amy Johnston . stunts: motion capture (uncredited) Akouala Cristel Julien .

stunt performer (uncredited) Antal Kalik . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Jess King . stunts (uncredited) Ingrid Kleinig . stunt performer (uncredited) Cristian Knight . stunt performer (uncredited) Varpu Kronholm . stunt performer (uncredited) Bogdan Kumshatsky . stunt performer (uncredited) Tony Lazzara . stunt performer (uncredited) Megan Le .

additional photography (uncredited) / stunt actor (uncredited) Imogen Leaver . stunt double: Zendaya (uncredited) Andy Lister . stunt performer (uncredited) Donovan Louie . stunt performer (uncredited) Christina Low .

stunt performer (uncredited) Paul Lowe . stunt performer (uncredited) María Jesús Lucas . stunt performer (uncredited) Joshua Luttrell .

stunts (uncredited) Adrian McGaw . stunt performer (uncredited) Cassie Lee Minick . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Stefano Maria Mioni . stunt coordinator: Venice Unit (uncredited) Nikita Mitchell .

stunt performer (uncredited) Steven Mullins . stunt performer (uncredited) Andrei Nazarenko . stunt performer (uncredited) Peter Pedrero .

uncredited Jaroslav Peterka . assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited) Christopher Place . stunts (uncredited) Tilly Powell . stunt performer (uncredited) Jade Quon .

stunts (uncredited) Simon Rhee . additional stunts (uncredited) Luci Romberg . stunt performer (uncredited) Tracey Ruggiero . utility stunts (uncredited) Martin Semerád . stunt driver (uncredited) Derrick Simmons . stunt performer (uncredited) Jon Slayer . stunt performer (uncredited) Jamie Stanley . stunt performer (uncredited) Anna Stephenson . stunt performer (uncredited) John Street .

stunt driver (uncredited) Roy Taylor . stunt performer (uncredited) Bryan Thompson . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Richard Verran Townsend . film spider man far from home double: Jon Favreau (uncredited) Keisha Tucker . stunt performer: additional photography (uncredited) Edward Upcott . stunt performer (uncredited) Chris Waite .

stunt performer (uncredited) Joe Watts . stunt performer (uncredited) Nathan Whatton . stunt performer (uncredited) Leo Woodruff . stunt driver (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Andrea Abate .

lighting technician Wesley Alley . assistant chief lighting technician: second unit, additional photography Igor Andrés . Video assist operator: Spain Daniel Aranyó . director of photography: second unit Matt Ardine . gaffer: additional photography Tiffany Armour-Tejada . digital imaging technician: visual effects unit, New York Andrea Arnone . "d" camera operator Jason Ashe . lighting technician Neil Ashton .

electrician Miquel Auguet . second assistant camera: Spain Unit Kevin Baker . still photographer: art department Lee Baker . floor best boy Jacopo Baretton . electrician Phillip Barnes . second assistant camera: second unit Dafydd Bates . second assistant camera: dailies Jonathan Beattie . "a" camera operator: New York unit / steadicam operator: New York unit Bob Becchio .

first assistant camera: "b" camera, New York Unit Lincoln Benjamin . assistant digital imaging technician Jake Bennett-Young . digital imaging technician trainee: dailies Alessandro Bertucci . electrician: Italy Unit Matteo Bolzonello . assistant camera Gregory Borges . best boy grip: New York Unit Kai Borson-Paine . Digital Imaging Technician Additional Photography Enrico Bortignon . electrician Jeremy Braben . aerial director of photography / drone operator Ky Brasey .

second unit: dailies Ben Brown . first assistant camera dailies Montrece Brown . Rigging Grip/Construction Day Play Salvador Cachu . best boy grip Matteo Caocci . electrician Dj Carroll . first assistant camera Sean Cassidy . Key grip second unit / second unit Pete Cavaciuti . a camera operator / steadicam operator Davide Ceccato . first assistant camera: vfx unit David Churchyard . first assistant camera: second unit Jan Ciboch .

assistant camera Samuel Cig . central loader Bennett Clarke . second assistant camera: second unit Matthew Clements . camera trainee: main unit, dailies James Clemo . electrician Shaun Cobley . "a" camera operator: second unit / steadicam operator: second unit Jack Coffen . New York Unit Loris Coniglio . drone pilot John Conquy .

film spider man far from home New York Unit Darren Coomber . stand-by rigger Tommaso Copetta . rigging electrician Alex Coverley . "a" camera dolly grip Jarvis Coxwell . video assistant Josh Crisp . rigging electrician Charles Crivier . key grip: additional photography Christopher Crivier . grip: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Bence Czeh .

auto grip James A.H. Davis . movi operator u.k. unit dailies Carlos De Carvalho . director of photography second unit Mardon de Carvalho . digital imaging technician: second unit Hanoi De La Paz . rigging gaffer: Italy Unit Nicolas De Luigi . second assistant camera: Italy Unit Simona De Lullo . second assistant camera: "b" camera, Italy Jonathan Dec . second assistant camera: additional photography Robert B.

Dechellis . rigging gaffer: Los Angeles Unit Jorge Del Toro . second assistant camera: "b" Camera, New York Unit Joshua Dempsey .

lighting technician Eric Kyle Deshazo . video assist utility Massimiliano Dessena . Key Grip: Venice Sean Devine . dolly grip: additional photography Mostafa Douban . rigging electrician: New York Unit Ashlea Tamara Downes . assistant camera Peter Drinco . techno crane operator: additional photography Colin Duran . first assistant camera: Reshoots Laurence Edwards . crane technician Erin Endow . camera utility: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Martina Fabian .

camera trainee Mauro Faina . Grip: Venice Brigitte Faucheaux . playback operator Jose Elias Felix . best boy electric: Los Angeles Unit Jon Fenech . video assistant: second unit, dailies Bradley C.

Ferm . electrician: Los Angeles Unit Gastone Ferrante . digital imaging technician: Italy Max E. Fisher . video assist trainee Eddie Flores .

key grip Doriano Forti . grip Paolo Frasson . dolly grip Micky Froehlich . splinter unit dp: additional photography Michael Gallart . rigging gaffer Dan Gamble . second assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit Clint Ganczak . rigging electrician: New York Unit Will Gardner . data manager Harry Gay . lighting technician Jorge Luis German . video assist operator: Reshoots Francesco Luigi Giardiello .

digital imaging technician Catherine Goldschmidt . additional photography Brad Goss . key grip: New York Unit Jiri Gregor . czech republic Woody Gregson . second assistant camera: "b" camera Kevin C. Groff . video assist utility: New York Unit Craig Grossmueller . first assistant camera: additional photography Xavier Guillen . drone camera operator: Spain Unit Rodrigo Gutierrez .

camera operator: "b" camera Alex Hanini . electrician: New York Teven Harmon-Townsend . grip Liam Harris . electrician Nathan J. Harris . dmx technician: additional photography Chloe Harwood . central loader Neil Hawkins . electrician Karel Himmer . assistant camera Mitchell K. Hiniker . key rigging grip: re-shoots Derek Hoffman . Lighting Programmer: additional photography Ben Howlett . second assistant camera: second unit, Dailies Sam Irwin . second assistant camera: "c" camera Ian Jackson .

first assistant camera: second film spider man far from home - dailies Antti Janhunen . electrician: second unit Hannah Jell . camera trainee: second unit - dailies George Jenkins . electrician: second unit Timothy Jipping . grip: additional photography Sacha Jones . first assistant camera: additional Erik Kandefer . first assistant camera: additional photography Tanzeel Kayani . electrician Keitt . first assistant "a" camera: New York Unit Dustin Keller .

edge crane operator Jack Kelly . video assistant: dailies Edwin Kim . electrician: Los Angeles Unit George Konnaris . rigging electrician: New York Unit Ondrej Kos . first assistant camera: Prague Unit, second unit Ryan Kudlek . grip Harold Lacuesta . lighting console programmer: additional photography Fredericka Lathbridge . camera trainee: dailies Nathan Lloyd . camera trainee: second unit Cory Lonas . best boy rigging electrician: New York Unit Ricky Loncaric .

key grip Alfonso Lujan Jr. . key grip: Spain Unit Iain MacKay . camera operator: "b" camera, second unit Jay Maidment . specials and unit photographer Paolo Majolo . drone camera operator italy Jeff Makarauskas . loader: New York Unit Elia Mangili . Drone Pilot Italy Silvio Marfe . best boy electric: New York Unit Frank Marin . digital imaging technician Stefano Marino . gaffer: Italy Francesco Marotta . digital imaging technician assistant Alan Martin .

gaffer Jason Martin . rigging gaffer Matthew Martin . rigging best boy Brian McCafferty . rigging grip: New York Unit Matt McCarthy . libra head technician: "b" camera: First Unit - dailies Andrew McGovern . digital imaging technician trainee: second unit, dailies Adam McGrady . video playback operator: second unit Robert McLachlan .

additional photography James McMillan . cinematographer: second unit Quinn McMillan . camera operator: New York Unit Josh Medak .

additional photography Kevin Meegan . "b" dolly grip: New York Unit Giacomo Mele . best boy grip Tommaso Mele . key grip Michael Mensah . technodolly operator: dailies Andrea Michelon . data manager: second unit Negoita Mihai . libra head technician: dailies Mark Mitchell . camera operator: New York Unit Inga Mitinyan . electrician Matthew J. Monahan . lighting balloon technician Matthew Montalto . second assistant "a" camera Daniel Zaldívar Morales .

camera trainee (as Daniel Zaldivar) Mike Morales . grip: additional photography Film spider man far from home More . edge head technician Dana Morris . "a" camera operator/steadicam: additional photography John Morris . grip trainee Marshall Mowbray . video trainee: dailies Simon Muir . key grip: second unit Alexandra Médeville . second assistant camera: "c" camera: Main Unit - dailies Gary Nagle . lighting technician Romualdo Nati film spider man far from home. flight head technician: Italy Unit James Nesbitt .

electrician James Nesbitt . lighting technician Annabelle Nutt . gaffer Robert Owen . electrical rigger Cesare Pascarella . grip David Penfold . first assistant camera Film spider man far from home Pera .

second assistant camera: Italy VFX Unit Adèle Perrin . camera trainee Alan Perrin . drone pilot Radoslav Petkov . qtake operator: additional photography Iliyan Petrov . video operator assistant Giorgio Pezzotti . best boy grip: Italy Unit Richard Philpott . camera operator: "d" camera, Main Unit Alfred Plaskitt . camera trainee: dailies Carlo Postiglione . dolly grip Greg Probert . electrician: second unit Michele Abramo Puricelli . libra technician Marek Radolf .

balloon lighting supervisor Matt Rakstins . digital imaging technician trainee: dailies Lawrence Razo . video assist utility: additional photography Mike Remer . rigging electrician: New York Unit Sean Ricigliano . epk camera Terry Robb .

electrician Sean Rogers . libra head tech: dailies Tomas Roller . dolly grip Alexa Romero . second assistant camera: reshoots Dani Rose . drone pilot Marco Sacerdoti . "c" camera operator Ewan Sadler . camera trainee Jesse Coyote Sanchez-Strauss . dolly grip (as Jesse Sanchez-Strauss) Jack Sands . second assistant camera: second unit Matthew Santo . director of photography: New York Unit Paul Sartain . Lighting Plot Draftsperson: additional photography Francesco Sauta .

digital imaging technician: splinter unit, Los Angeles Karel Schneiberg . video assitant cableman Brian Schreiner . Rigging grip Cory Schulthies . data manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Adam Sculthorp .

aerial camera operator Larkin Seiple . director of photography: additional photography Claudio Serantoni . Film spider man far from home grip William Sheffield . electrician Toni Sheppard . loader / second assistant camera Jeff Siljenberg . lighting technician: second unit, additional photography Steven Skinner . rigging electrician Jesse Smith . additional photography Jonathan Spencer . gaffer: second unit Jordan Spencer . Rigging Electrician Robert Stile .

key grip Petr Stuna . still photographer Ryan Taggart . first assistant camera: "a" camera: Main Unit Alec Taylor . video assistant Tom Taylor . first assistant camera: dailies Lacey Terrell . still photographer: additional photography Andy Thomson . russian arm technician Dempsey Tillman . digital video engineer: additional photography and Mocap Nicholas Timmons . alpha head technician: New York Unit Alex Tolios-Zisos .

grip trainee: dailies Joe Tooke . HOD practical lighting electrician Lauren Ussery . fixtures technician: additional photography Grant Valentine . lighting console programmer: additional photography Ivo Velkov . digital imaging technician Daigoro Vitello . grip Jiri Vopelka . second assistent camera: "c" camera Andy Waddington . lighting console operator Matt Webb . Electrical rigger Jeff Webster .

second unit gaffer: additional photography Paul Wheeldon . first assistant camera: "a" camera: second unit Oliver Whickman . electrician: second unit JoJo Whilden . still photographer: New York Unit Glenn Williams Jr. . grip second unit Jake Williams . digital imaging technician trainee Ricardo Dee Williams . sparks: second unit Thomas Wong . digital imaging technician: New York Unit Drew Wright . daily Goran Cipar . "a" camera second assistant: Europe, additional photography (uncredited) Mario Delic .

camera operator: Europe, additional photography (uncredited) Piergiorgio Grande . playback supervisor (uncredited) Jiri Gregor . grip (uncredited) Claudio Napoli . director of photography: Italy VFX Unit (uncredited) Derrick Peters . "b" camera first assistant: Europe, additional photography (uncredited) James Rhodes . additional camera operator (uncredited) Alexander Liam Taylor . assistant camera (uncredited) Mario Vargovic . first assistant camera: "a" camera: Europe, additional photography (uncredited) Mihail Yanakiev .

"b" camera second assistant: Europe, additional photography (uncredited) Animation Department Federico Abib . senior animator Josh Adler . animator Stewart Alves . senior animator Benjamin Cheong . senior animator Steven Clibborn-Dyer . animator Andre Coelho . animator: Sony Pictures Imageworks Cynthia Crimmins . animation department manager: Framestore Felipe de Lanteuil . animator: ILM Romain Digonnet . senior animator Olivia Farrar .

motion capture Atsuo Fujiwara . senior animator Kayn Garcia . animation supervisor Jessica Gibbons . animator David Gimenez . senior animator David Herfindahl . senior animator Alfredo Hisa . senior layout artist Chien-Chia Huang . animator Nathan Jones . animator Jubey Jose .

animator Sung Bae Jung . animator Kemal Kemal . animator: ILM James King . lead animator Ken Satchel King . senior animator: ScanlineVFX Julius Kwan . lead animator Aaron Lambert . animator Saul Latorre Sebastian . animator Sejin Lee . senior animator Wesley Mandell . senior animator Alvaro Martin .

animator Agata Matuszak . Sr. Animator Andrew McCartney . animator Anthony McGrath . animator Sianoosh Nasiriziba . senior animator Andras Ormos . animator Zac Overcash . senior animator Riccardo Pietracaprina . animator Joakim Riedinger . animator Erica Robinson . animator: Luma Pictures Bora Sahin . animator Sarp Serter . animator Film spider man far from home Shimada .

animator Richard Smith . animation director Alejandro Solorzano . animator: Luma Pictures Hiroya Sonoda . animator Nicholas St. Clair . lead animator: Sony Pictures Imageworks Sachin S. Suryawanshi . lead animator Gavin Tan . animator Stephanie Tomoana .

animator: Luma Pictures Milian Topsy . animator Brian Walters . Senior Layout Artist Blair Walters-McNaughton . animator: Sony Pictures Imageworks James R.

Ward . senior animator Curtis Willis . animator Josh Wood . animator Xin Zhao . animator Casting Department Shannon Avalos . extras casting Brad Bittner . extras casting: additional photography Olivia Brittain . casting associate: UK Unit Alex Cody .

extras casting associate: New York Unit Arron Cuthbertson . extras casting Molly Doyle . casting assistant Dominika Eckertova .

casting assistant czech republic Catherine Garlick . junior casting assistant: UK Unit Eliza Heslop . casting assistant: UK Unit Jirí Hrstka .

extras casting: Czech Republic Unit Maya Kvetny . casting director czech republic Petr Neuman . extras casting assistant: prague unit Georgia Fleury Reynolds . casting assistant Jason B. Stamey . casting associate Chris Velez . casting assistant (as Chris Velz) Grant Wilfley .

extras casting: New York Unit Costume and Wardrobe Department Alfie Allin . costume trainee Wasili Angelopoulos . costume propmaker Brian Bachman . set costumer Nicky Belton . textile artist (as Nicola Belton) Jane Bogunovic . senior costume maker Aris Bordo . additional set costumer Kaniez Braganza . textile artist Max Brennan . key costumer Daryl Bristow . costume supervisor Catherine Buyse Dian . costume supervisor Andrew Cartwright .

principle costume cutter Graham Churchyard . costume fx supervisor Jaime Cilia . costumer Meghan Corea . assistant costume designer: New York Unit Ursula Crocker . principal set costumer Liz Crossman . costume prop maker Esme Curtis . junior principal costumer Louise Day . costume prop modeller Viola Cesa de Marchi . background costumer: Italy Unit Michaela Dejmalova .

costumer: Prague Unit Nicky Demuth . standby: Crowd: dailies Jazmin Dervishali . costume trainee Bree Dills . costume production assistant Anthony Drewett . costumer: Mr. Holland Maria Endara . costume maker Helen Felstead . key costume Sarah Ferdinando . costume maker Birgitta Fredlund . costume coordinator Holly Freeman .

senior wardrobe mistress Susanna Fyson . costume prop maker Robyn Gebhart . cutter/fitter Steve Gell . print designer Anna Maria Genuise . workroom supervisor Eleanor Gibson . costume maker Lucy Gibson . costume jeweller Kevin Giles . costume props modeller Christian Goddard .

principal set costumer Sarah Godwin . textile artist Jane Film spider man far from home . assistant costume designer Kimberly G. Grader . costume assistant Davina Greening . costume maker Deborah Grossman . costume buyer Anna Haigh . costume graphic artist Jules Hindess . costume assistant / costume fitter Askia Won-Ling Jacob .

costumer: Mr. Jackson (as Askia Jacob) Nina Jagersbacher . assistant costume designer Fran Jegar . textile artist: daily Emma Keats .

dyer Jake Kensley . junior costume coordinator Stephen Kill . costume prop maker Katerina Kojeva . costume trainee Alice Kornicki . costume maker Christie Levy . additional costumer: New York Unit Caroline Lindop . costume graphic artist Lisa Quercioli .

costumer Sebastian Lochmann . sculptor Mike Lutz . set costumer: additional photography Simone Macdonald . costume effects art finisher Susan MacKenzie . senior costume maker-spiderman suits Ilaria Marmugi .

costumer: Venice Callum Martin . crowd costumer Jay Barry Matthews . textile artist: Technical Print Martin McShane . textile artist Claire Mitchell . principal set costumer Michael Mooney . associate costume designer Jacqueline Mulligan . senior seamstress Esther Najafipour .

costume maker (as Esther Himer) Caroline Nicholls-Weston . costume textile artist (as Caroline Nicholls) Emma O'Connor . Senior Costume Maker Patrick S. O'Donoghue . costumer: Film spider man far from home York Unit Dorene Oakley .

costumer: New York Peter Paul . assistant costume designer Dagmar Pomajbikova . costume supervisor Cora Prazeres . junior costume prop maker Sharona Prior . assistant costume buyer Cara Randell . costume buyer Thom Ravnholdt . costume props maker Marina Ray . assistant costume designer: LA Unit Jonathan Richards . set costumer Stacey Clare Richards .

key costumer Charlotte Van der Haer Richardson . wardrobe Veronoika Rogoza . costume assistant Jessica Scott-Reed . chief textile artist Moira Shaughnessy . wardrobe supervisor: New York Hannah Smith . costume maker Jec Smith . costume maker: Spiderman suit Guillem Soler Pou . crowd costumer Italy Kathryn Sutcliffe . costume daily Barbara Sweryda .

key costumer Elizabeth Thompson . costume prop modeller Claire Tremlett . crowd wardrobe mistress Darrell Warner . costume illustrator Edmund Woodward . costume prop modeller Eilish Zebrasky . assistant costume designer Egsi Lolimar Álvarez . costume maker Tatyanna Lovett film spider man far from home. additional set costumer: New York (uncredited) Jon Moss . costume prop modeller (uncredited) Emma Teader .

senior mould maker: fbfx (uncredited) Editorial Department Chris Armstrong . supervising engineer: additional photography - dailies Jill Bogdanowicz . supervising finishing artist Keyshawn C.

Garraway . post-production assistant Paul Carlin . finishing editor Carlos M. Castillón . assistant editor Stephen Ceci . producer: dailies Brian Chandler . colorist: additional photography: dailies Alessio David Ciattini . lab operator: dailies Brenton Covington . marketing editor Peter Cromwell . stereo editor Jim Eberle .

trailer finishing editor Valance Eisleben . digital data conformist Ryan Faulkner . assistant stereo editor: Stereo D Vincent Ferro . assistant colorist Siggy Ferstl . senior finishing artist: Company 3 Ken Gales . avid technician Francesco Luigi Giardiello . digital colorist: dailies Meetal Gokul . director of post production Jake Hammond .

post-production assistant Dan Hartley . on-set editor Jitte Hoekstra . editor: cinema spot Laura Holeman . lead senior finishing producer Cassandra Howland . digital intermediate accountant James Hurwitz . digital technician Jess Jansen . assistant editor Laurence Johnson . first assistant editor Kayley Kemp .

post-production assistant Daniel Kepler . assistant vfx editor Dawn Michelle King . first assistant editor Alexei Krassovsky . post-production coordinator Thomas Lane . second assistant editor Piers Leighton . lab manager: dailies Nicola Matiwone . post-production assistant Carl McKay . trailer finishing artist Carl S.G. Moore . senior digital intermediate producer Adam Nazarenko . finishing artist Gary Palmer . engineer: dailies Wayan Blue Palmieri . stereoscopic editor Jim Passon .

color timer Jared Pecht . finishing artist Chad Schermerhorn . finishing editor Craig W. Smith . first assistant editor Stefan Sonnenfeld . executive finishing producer: Company 3 Anna Sweeney . assistant editor Craig Tanner . marketing editor Heidi Tebo . digital intermediate account manager: Company 3 Jeremy Thompson .

animatic editor Matt Watson . supervisor: dailies Montrice White . assistant editor Denise Woodgerd . project manager: dailies Cristobal Cheng . dailies coordinator: additional photography - dailies (uncredited) Ryan Shovey . assistant colorist (uncredited) Jessica T. Stone . associate finishing producer (uncredited) Location Management Gabor Agoston . location manager: Venice Unit Alyssa Alimaras .

assistant location manager: New York Unit Pablo Barinaga . location manager: Spain Unit Joe Bettencourt . assistant location manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Mike Buonanno . location manager: New York Unit (as Michael Buonanno) Charlie Burdon . location assistant Briana Burke . assistant location manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Paola Cavarzerani . location manager: Venice Unit Matthew Clarke . location manager Eleri Coulten . location manager Alex Darby . unit manager Eleanor Downey .

assistant location manager Elisa Frasinetti . location manager: Venice Unit Calum Green . assistant location manager Melissa Green . location marshal Richard Hill . location manager Md Parvez Hossain . location assistant Aaron Hurvitz . locations scout Zak Jarvis .

location marshal Thomas Kingett . location assistant Ondrej Krupala . assistant location manager: Prague Unit Stefano Dalla Lana . location manager: Venice Unit Kristyna Lestinova . assistant location manager: Prague Unit James Lin . location manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography Spencer Martin . location scout: New York Unit Hannah McCarthy . assistant location manager Robert Mehrle . location manager: Prague Unit Michael Robert Murray . assistant location manager: New York Unit (as Michael Murray) Vanessa Palomares .

assistant location manager: Spain Unit Martina Patruno . location manager: Venice Unit Ptolemy Pickering-Gunn . location pa David Pinnington . supervising location manager Sebastian Prias . location trainee (as Johan Sebastian Piras Suarez) Matthew Pyle .

Location Marshall Matthew Pyle . location marshal Lee Robertson . location manager Jon Roper . assistant location manager Andrew Ryland . location manager Rostislav Samec . assistant location manager: Prague Unit David Seaton .

location manager Daniele Serio . location assistant Lukas Skoda . assistant location manager: Prague Unit Ailís Smith . locations Luke Stevenson . assistant location manager Martin Svoboda . assistant location manager: Prague Unit Sammy Thomson .

assistant location manager Jojo Warne . location manager Michaela Wheeler . Location Marshal Jan Zuska . assistant location manager: Prague Unit Omar Alboukharey .

location marshall (uncredited) Bruno Barros . location assistant: New York Unit (uncredited) Dillon Beagley . location assistant (uncredited) Joshua Benedetti . location scout (uncredited) Alex Bird . location marshall (uncredited) Guy Bishop .

location marshall (uncredited) Jerome Cant . Assistant Studio Unit Manager (uncredited) Matt Cooper . unit assistant (uncredited) Tom Cowell . location marshall (uncredited) Paolo De Cecco . location assistant (uncredited) Amy Eglen . location marshall (uncredited) Akar Faraj . location assistant (uncredited) Pinar Genc .

location production assistant (uncredited) Mark Gladwin . location scout (uncredited) Summer Greenwood . location marshall (uncredited) Danion Hughes . location marshall (uncredited) Simon Lam . location marshall (uncredited) Mandy Lo . location marshal: dailies (uncredited) Philip Lobban . location scout (uncredited) Russell Lodge . location manager (uncredited) Michael McDermott .

location assistant (uncredited) Juan Diego Mora . assistant location manager (uncredited) Nicholas Morris . location marshall: Dailies (uncredited) Luca Nappa . location marshall (uncredited) Patrick O'Hala . location scout (uncredited) Anna Offelli . locations coordinator: Venice Unit (uncredited) Jeremy Pelzer .

location consultant (uncredited) Shannon Phillips . location marshal (uncredited) James du Plessis . location marshall (uncredited) Ania Polewiak . location marshall: Dailies (uncredited) Amelia Price . location coordinator (uncredited) Sherry Roldan . assistant location manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography (uncredited) Gary Rotter .

location coordinator: New York Unit (uncredited) Lori Russell . key assistant location manager: Los Angeles Unit, additional photography (uncredited) Elliot Sansom .

location marshall (uncredited) Madeleine Sara . location marshall (uncredited) Patrick Seaward . location assistant (uncredited) Asha Sharma . location scout (uncredited) Jenna Shaw . location marshall (uncredited) George Simmonds . location marshall (uncredited) Rachel Ta .

location marshal (uncredited) William Todd . location marshall: Dailies (uncredited) Ben Wangenye . location marshall (uncredited) Stuart Wharton . location marshall: Dailies (uncredited) Ryan Whitehouse .

location marshall: Dailies (uncredited) Tom Woodcock . assistant unit manager (uncredited) Gloria Zanette . location coordinator: Venice Unit (uncredited) Music Department Spring Aspers . executive in charge of music Jonathan Bartz . music preparation Steve Becknell . musician: French Horn Marissa Benedict . musician: Trumpet Charlie Bisharat .

Violin Connie Boylan . orchestra contractor Jacob Braun . musician: cello Laura Brenes . musician: French Horn Belinda Broughton . concertmaster Warren Brown . music editor Nicholas J. Cazares . music preparation Peter Cobbin . score recorded and mixed by David Coker .

scoring assistant Stephen M. Davis . music editor George Doering . musician Bernie Dresel . musician: drums Steve Durkee . score supervisor David Everson . musician: French Horn Kelvin Galloza . composer: trailer music - International Radio Spot Ian Gottlieb . music preparation Julie Gralle . musician: Trombone Curtis Green . music prep Dylan S. Hart . musician: French Horn Clayton Haslop . musician: violin Tanya Noel Hill . music editor Steve Holtman . musician: Trombone Alex Iles .

musician: Trombone Dave Jordan .

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music supervisor Julie Jung . musician: cello Reza Kakavandi . musician Alan Kaplan . musician: Trombone Dan Kelley . musician: French Horn Gerrit Kinkel .

trailer music composer Pete Korpela . musician: percussion Jeff Kryka . orchestrator Julian Lee . composer: trailer music Mark LeVang . musician: Hammond B3/Keyboards Jon Lewis . musician: Trumpet Andy Martin . musician: Trombone Darrin McCann . musician: principal viola Martin McClellan . music preparation Ken McGrath . musician: percussion David Menke .

score editor Aaron Meyer . music preparation Lucia Micarelli . musician: violin Jackey Mishra . music Shannon Murphy . music coordinator Demetrice Nguyen . musical director (as Demetrice Jackson) Danielle Ondarza . musician: French Horn Anele Onyekwere . music editor Barry Perkins . musician: Trumpet Victor Pesavento . music preparation Yung Q .

music editor Teag Reaves . musician: French Horn Bill Reichenbach . musician: Trombone Erin Michael Rettig . scoring stage engineer Cassandra Richburg . musician: Viola (as Lynne Richburg) Walter Rodriquez . musician (as Walter Rodriguez) Amy Sanchez .

musician: French Horn Harry Shirinian . musician: Viola Crow Skull . musician: music producer Benjamin Squires . trailer music Andrew Synowiec . musician Martin Tillman . musician: Solo Electric Cello Doug Tornquist . musician: Tuba John Van Houten . musician: Tuba Brad Warnaar . musician: French Horn Dave Washburn . musician: Trumpet Kirsty Whalley .

score recorded and mixed by Booker White . music preparation Reggie Wilson . orchestra contractor Joe Stone . English horn (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Jo Beckett . script supervisor Charlotte Brownlee . assistant script supervisor Janine Gosselin .

script supervisor: additional photography Holly Johnson . script supervisor: second unit Samantha C. Kirkeby . script supervisor: additional photography Norina Mackey . script supervisor: second unit (dailies) Transportation Department Daniele Abeille .

transportation manager Glyn Alderson . unit driver Tony Barattiin . driver Michael A. Capotosto . driver: cast, transport facilities Bradley Cohen . driver: Eric Film spider man far from home Tony Cooper . driver: Cobie Smulders Wade Dack . driver: Samuel L Jackson Michael E. Devereaux . transportation captain Ricki Disson-Meade . unit driver Josef Dytrych . personal driver: Jon Watts Leandro Fabbri .

transportation captain Marco Ferreri . transportation coordinator Dante Gallo . truck driver Victor Gracia Pueyo . driver: Spain Unit Kevin Green . unit driver Chris Hammond . minbus driver / second unit transport captain Darren Helman .

unit driver Richard Holmes . transport supplier Cynthia Hyfield . driver Mike Hyfield . driver Dew John . transportation Jeremiah LaRoche .

driver Ted Leaning . driver David Lewis . transport supplier Reggie Louque . personal driver: Jon Watts, additional photography Scott Loveless . transportation captain: los angeles John Markey . driver Jon Moore . picture car coordinator: TLO / precision driver Dean Moran . transportation captain Mark Mustafa . unit driver David O'Connor . driver to producer Callum O'Donoghue . driver Mark Oliver . picture car coordinator (as Mark-Oliver-Tlo) Alessio Pagliari .

facilites Philt-Lays . camera truck driver: Main Unit Jimmy Ray Pickens . transportation coordinator / transportation coordinator: additional photography Shaina Poirier . DOT Admin additional photography Jim Raff . driver Ellie Rawlings . transportation coordinator Jack Jay Reece . driver Gabriela Rezacova . picture car coordinator assistant: Czech Republic Unit David Rosenbaum Jr.

. driver: team jackson Emma Savin . 4x4 driver Clive Shaw . 4x4 driver Thomas P. Siemen . Additional Photography (as Tom Siemens) Sam Trowsdale . action vehicle driver Additional Crew Angelo Ancorato . film spider man far from home assistant Francesci Anfodillo . marine coordinator: Venice Unit (as Francesco Anfodillo) Stefania Antonini .

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none Running time 129 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Budget $160 million [2] Box office $1.132 billion [2] Spider-Man: Far From Home is a 2019 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios, and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing.

It is the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and the 23rd film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film was directed by Jon Watts, written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, and stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, alongside Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, J. B. Smoove, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr, Marisa Tomei, and Jake Gyllenhaal.

In the film, Parker is recruited by Nick Fury (Jackson) and Mysterio (Gyllenhaal) to face the Elementals while he is on a school trip to Europe. Discussions for a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming began by October 2016, and the project was confirmed later that year. Holland, Watts, and the writers were all set to return by the end of 2017. In 2018, Jackson and Gyllenhaal joined the cast as Fury and Mysterio, respectively.

Holland revealed the sequel's title ahead of filming, which began that July and took place in England, the Czech Republic, Italy, and the New York metropolitan area. Production wrapped in October 2018. The marketing campaign is one of the most expensive for a film ever and attempted to avoid revealing spoilers for Avengers: Endgame prior to its April 2019 release.

Spider-Man: Far From Home premiered at the TCL Chinese Theatre on June 26, 2019, and was theatrically released in the United States on July 2, as the last film in Phase Three of the MCU. The film received positive reviews with praise for its humor, action sequences, visuals, and the performances of Holland and Gyllenhaal. It grossed over $1.1 billion worldwide, making it the first Spider-Man film to pass the billion-dollar mark, the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2019, and became Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film and the 24th-highest-grossing film of all time.

A sequel, Spider-Man: No Way Home, was released in December 2021. Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Pre-production • 3.3 Filming • 3.4 Post-production • 3.4.1 Visual effects • 4 Music • 5 Marketing • 6 Release • 6.1 Theatrical • 6.2 Home media • 7 Reception • 7.1 Box office • 7.2 Critical response • 7.3 Accolades • 8 Sequel • 9 Notes • 10 References • 11 External links Plot In Ixtenco, Mexico, Nick Fury and Maria Hill investigate an unnatural storm and encounter the Earth Elemental.

Quentin Beck, a super-powered individual, arrives to defeat the creature. Beck subsequently defeats the Elemental and is film spider man far from home by Fury and Hill. In New York City, the Midtown School of Science and Technology completes its year, which was restarted to accommodate the students who previously disintegrated five years earlier as a result of Thanos' actions.

[N 1] They had reappeared un-aged, thanks to the actions of the Avengers. [N 2] The school organizes a two-week summer field trip to Europe, where Peter Parker—who is still mourning the death of his mentor Tony Stark—plans to reveal to classmate MJ his attraction to her.

Happy Hogan informs Parker that Fury intends to contact him, but Parker ignores Fury's phone call. Parker and his classmates travel to Venice, Italy, where the Water Elemental attacks. Parker helps protect his classmates, while Beck arrives and defeats the creature. Fury meets with Parker and gives him Stark's glasses, which were meant for his successor.

The glasses enable him to communicate with and take command of the artificial intelligence E.D.I.T.H., which has access to Stark Industries' databases and commands a large orbital weapons supply.

Beck claims to have entered from an alternate reality within the Multiverse, where the four Elementals killed his family and destroyed his civilization. With only the Fire Elemental left to destroy, Beck predicts it will attack Prague. Parker declines Fury's invitation to join the fight and returns to his class trip. Fury secretly changes the class's itinerary to divert the students to Prague. There, Parker is forced to help Beck fight the Fire Elemental to again protect his friends.

Beck manages to destroy the creature with Parker's help. Fury and Hill invite Parker and Beck to Berlin to discuss the formation of a new superhero team, but Parker decides that Beck should go alone and transfers control of E.D.I.T.H.

to him. Once Parker leaves, Beck celebrates alongside ex-Stark Industries employees, with whom he had been working to masquerade as a superhero. Beck, who was fired from his position as Stark's holographic-illusions specialist for his unstable nature, used advanced projectors to simulate his powers and film spider man far from home Elementals, and now hopes to use E.D.I.T.H.'s orbital weaponized drones to increase the scale of his illusions and fraudulently establish himself as an Avenger-level hero.

After MJ tells Parker she knows he is Spider-Man, they discover that a piece of debris she retrieved during the battle with the Fire Elemental is a projector which shows the Air Elemental, leading them to realize Beck's deception.

Parker travels to Berlin to warn Fury, only to be tricked by Beck with an illusory Fury into revealing the names of his friends who know about Beck's plan and is hit by a train. Left for dead by Beck, Parker contacts Hogan, who flies him to London, where his classmates are.

Beck uses E.D.I.T.H. to orchestrate a fusion of all the Elementals, as a cover to kill Parker's friends. Parker is able to disrupt the illusions, so Beck attacks him with drones. Parker regains control of E.D.I.T.H.

and defeats Beck, who is hit by a misfired gunshot from one of the drones; before he dies, Beck tells one of his associates to retrieve data from the drones. After returning to New York City, Parker begins a relationship with MJ. In a mid-credits scene, J.

Jonah Jameson of TheDailyBugle.net broadcasts doctored footage of the London incident in which Beck frames Spider-Man for the drone attack and his death before exposing Spider-Man's secret identity to the world, much to Parker's shock. In a post-credits scene, Fury and Hill are revealed to be the Skrulls Talos and Soren in disguise, under orders from the real Fury while he is away commanding a Skrull spaceship. Cast • Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man: A high-school junior and Avenger who received spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider.

[3] Director Jon Watts said that, in contrast to Spider-Man: Homecoming in which Parker longs for the responsibilities of an adult, in Far From Home he wants to hang onto his youth, saying, "This film is about the world telling him, 'It's time for you to step up and grow up, kid,' and he's saying, 'But I still want to be a kid and go on vacation.'" [4] • Samuel L.

Jackson as Nick Fury: The former director of S.H.I.E.L.D., [5] who is now in a situation where he does not have the level of control he is used to having. [6] Watts describes Fury's relationship with Parker as "the mean new stepdad", contrasting his role with Tony Stark as a "supportive cool uncle" in Homecoming, saying, "Fury sees Peter Parker as an asset that he needs who is too preoccupied with a bunch of high school problems." Watts originally pitched Fury as a mentor to Parker in Homecoming.

[7] • Zendaya as Michelle "MJ" Jones-Watson: Parker's classmate and love interest. [8] [9] Her full name, Michelle Jones-Watson, is revealed in the sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). [8] • Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill: A former high-ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who works closely with Nick Fury. [5] • Jon Favreau as Harold "Happy" Hogan: The head of security for Stark Industries and former driver and bodyguard of Tony Stark who looks after Parker.

[10] Watts noted Happy would be used to explore the idea of "trying to find your place in the world if the center of your world is gone" given his close friendship to Stark. [11] • J. B. Smoove as Julius Dell: Parker's teacher and a chaperone on his school trip to Europe. The role was written for Smoove after the writers and director enjoyed his performance alongside Holland in an Audi commercial short film produced to promote Homecoming. [12] [13] • Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds: Parker's best friend.

[14] [15] His last name is confirmed on-screen in No Way Home. [8] • Martin Starr as Roger Harrington: Parker's academic decathlon teacher and a chaperone on his school trip to Europe. [16] [12] • Marisa Tomei as May Parker: Parker's aunt who is aware of his secret identity and wants him to be Spider-Man more so he can help with charitable causes.

[17] [18] [12] • Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck / Mysterio: A former Stark Industries employee and holographic-illusions specialist who masquerades as a superhero from Earth-833 in the Multiverse. He is recruited by Nick Fury to help Spider-Man stop the Elementals. [19] [11] [20] Gyllenhaal shared ideas with the writers regarding the character's personality, and was drawn to the idea that Beck is "manipulating everyone's love of superheroes and that need for heroes".

Gyllenhaal wanted to play the character's fake backstory as realistically as possible. [21] Regarding Beck's relationship with Parker, Watts says that "If Tony Stark was sort of the mentor in the previous films, we thought it would be interesting to play Mysterio as almost like the cool uncle." [4] Watts was excited to have Beck team with Fury and Parker as it introduced the character to the MCU "in a way that people weren't expecting." [6] Tony Revolori, Angourie Rice, and Jorge Lendeborg Jr.

reprise their roles from Homecoming as Parker's classmates Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Parker's rival, [22] Betty Brant, Ned's on-and-off girlfriend, [12] [23] and Jason Ionello. [24] Peter Billingsley reprises his Iron Man (2008) role of scientist William Ginter Riva, a former employee of Stark Industries who now works with Beck. [25] J. K. Simmons appears as J. Jonah Jameson in the mid-credits scene, [26] marking the first time an actor has reprised a non-MCU role in an MCU film after Simmons portrayed a different incarnation of Jameson in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy.

[27] Ben Mendelsohn and Sharon Blynn make uncredited cameo appearances in the post-credits scene as the Skrulls Talos and Soren, reprising their roles from Captain Marvel (2019); [26] this scene reveals that they have been posing as Fury and Hill during the film, film spider man far from home deleted footage of Jackson and Smulders, originally intended for the opening scene, used in the reveal.

Smulders learned about the twist from producer Kevin Feige shortly before the film's release. [28] Additionally, Numan Acar portrays Fury's associate Dimitri, [29] [30] and Remy Hii plays Brad Davis, a popular student whom Parker sees as competition for MJ's affection.

[31] [32] Zach Barack, the first openly transgender actor in an MCU film, portrays one of Parker's new classmates, Zach, [33] [34] [35] while Zoha Rahman also appears as a classmate of Parker's. [36] Dawn Michelle King, an assistant editor on many MCU films including Far From Home, provides the voice for the artificial intelligence E.D.I.T.H. [37] Jeff Bridges and Robert Downey Jr. appear as Obadiah Stane and Stark through the film spider man far from home of archival footage from Iron Man and Captain America: Civil War (2016), respectively.

[25] [38] Images from previous MCU films of Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Paul Bettany as Stark, Steve Rogers / Captain America, Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, and Vision, respectively, are used in the film's opening "in memoriam" segment.

[39] [40] The four Elementals are modeled after different Spider-Man villains from Marvel comic books: Hydro-Man, Molten Man, Sandman, and Cyclone. [41] [42] [43] [44] Production Film spider man far from home Actor Tom Holland (L) and director Jon Watts (R) were signed to return for the sequel early in development. In June 2016, Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman stated that Sony and Marvel Studios were committed to making future Spider-Man films after Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

[45] The following month, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said if additional films were made, the company had an early idea to follow the model of the Harry Potter film series, and have the plot of each film cover a new school year, [46] with a second film intended to take place during Parker's junior year of high school.

[47] By October, discussions had begun for a second film, including which villain would be featured, according to Spider-Man actor Tom Holland, who was signed for two more Spider-Man films after Homecoming.

[48] [49] In December, after the successful release of the first Homecoming trailer, Sony slated a sequel to the film for July 5, 2019. [50] Sony's insistence that the sequel be released in 2019 complicated Marvel's preference for secrecy regarding their plans for Spider-Man in this film and their other MCU films, since the character would die at the end of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and would not be resurrected before Avengers: Endgame in April 2019 by which time marketing for this film would have already begun.

[51] After being able to include Iron Man for Homecoming, Sony was revealed in June 2017 to have the use of another Marvel Studios-controlled character for the sequel. [52] Feige stated that Marvel and Sony were "just starting to solidify our plans" for the film, and felt Spider-Man's appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame would "launch him off into a very new cinematic universe at that point", similar to how Captain America: Civil War (2016) "informed everything in Homecoming".

[53] Marvel and Sony both wanted Homecoming director Jon Watts returning for the sequel, with Feige saying "that's the intention for sure", and Watts said he was signed for another Spider-Man film. [54] Feige said the sequel would have a subtitle like Homecoming, and would not feature "2" in the title.

He added that filming was expected to begin in April or May 2018. [55] As with Homecoming, Feige said the film's villain would be one that had not yet been seen in film. [56] By July, Watts was in negotiations with the studios regarding his return for the film spider man far from home, [3] and Marisa Tomei expressed interest in returning as Aunt May from the previous films.

[57] The film is set eight months after the conclusion of Avengers: Endgame. [58] Watts felt dealing with many of the unanswered questions from Endgame posed "a fun creative challenge" for the Far From Home team. They looked to "make a movie that's in that world and deals with those stories but is also still [a] fun Spider-Man movie".

For example, Ned, MJ, and Flash all turned to dust during the events of Infinity War along with Parker, while some of his classmates did not and are now five years older due to the events of Endgame. Watts compared this dynamic to the film Flight of the Navigator (1986), calling the situation "really weird .

but . also something you can have a lot of fun with". [6] Pre-production At the end of August 2017, film spider man far from home the film was entering pre-production, [55] Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were in final negotiations to return from Homecoming to write the sequel.

[59] In early Film spider man far from home, Jacob Batalon confirmed he would reprise his role of Ned in the sequel. [14] Feige confirmed that Watts was returning to direct the sequel in December. [60] By February 2018, Zendaya was slated to return for the film, reprising her role as MJ. [61] Location scouting for the film began at the end of the month, as did the pre-visualisation process for the creative team to begin planning action sequences and visual effects for the film.

[62] By late April, Feige stated that filming was scheduled to begin in early July 2018, and would primarily occur in London.

This was a change from the first film, which was mostly produced in Atlanta. Feige explained that one of the reasons behind this change in location was because a majority of the sequel would be spent around the world, outside New York City.

[63] A month later, Jake Gyllenhaal entered negotiations to play Mysterio, while Tomei and Michael Keaton were confirmed to reprise their respective roles of May and Adrian Toomes / Vulture; Gyllenhaal's casting was confirmed a month later, [64] but Watts later stated that Keaton and Laura Harrier would not be appearing in the sequel. [11] Also in May, McKenna and Sommers were also confirmed as the film's screenwriters. [17] [65] They began working on the film from a set of notes that Marvel had put together based on different influences and story ideas.

This included the directive that the film would be releasing shortly after Endgame and would need to deal with film spider man far from home death of Stark due to the relationship between that character and Spider-Man that previous films had established.

The film also needed to deal with the aftereffects of "the Blip", the five-year period between Infinity War and Endgame where half of all life disappeared. Mysterio was chosen to be the film's villain because he is one of Spider-Man's iconic villains that had yet to be featured in a film, and because his history of deception in the comics lent itself to a character who could take advantage film spider man far from home a Spider-Man that is mourning the death of Stark.

This also allowed the writers to explore relevant modern themes such as fake news. Mysterio's plan went through several iterations, including an early suggestion that he could be an alien Skrull in disguise. [66] The film reuses two of Spider-Man's costumes from the previous films: his main costume from Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the Iron Spider suit from Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

It also introduces two new costumes: a black "stealth" costume given to Parker by Nick Fury, and a new, upgraded Spider-Man suit that Parker designs for himself at the end of the film. [67] Marvel Studios' head of visual development Ryan Meinerding explained that Watts had wanted to include a suit inspired by the Spider-Man Noir version of the character, which led to the design of the more tactical stealth suit. He added that the suit represents Parker experimenting with being a new kind of superhero.

Other tactical costumes from the comic books were looked at when developing this one, but Meinerding felt they looked less practical than the more straightforward Noir inspiration. The costume includes tactical goggles that can be flipped up. For Parker's new self-designed costume, Meinerding originally designed it with the idea that it would be made from Parker's webbing since that is the strongest material he has access to.

[68] Practical versions of the costumes were created by Ironhead Studio, who previously worked on The Amazing Spider-Man films. For Far From Home, Ironhead developed a skull cap for the costumes that has built-in fans to prevent the goggles from steaming up. They also developed a magnetic bellows system for connecting the goggles to the mask, so they could be easily removed but not fall off during action sequences.

[69] At the end of June 2018, Holland revealed the film's title to be Spider-Man: Far From Home. [70] Feige explained that they decided to have Holland reveal the title because they thought it was likely that it would leak after filming began anyway. [71] He compared the title to Spider-Man: Homecoming in that it is "full of alternate meaning" while continuing the use of "Home", [72] and revealed the film's premise to be Parker and his friends going to Europe on summer vacation, away from their home of New York.

[73] Filming The set of the film in Venice, Italy Principal photography began on location in Hertfordshire, England, on July 2, 2018, [74] under the working title Fall of George. [75] Matthew J. Lloyd served as director of photography, after previously working with Watts on Cop Car (2015). Watts had wanted to work with Lloyd on Homecoming, but the cinematographer was working on Power Rangers (2017) at the time. [76] Filming moved to London, [63] with locations including East London, [77] and at London Stansted Airport.

[78] Studio work occurred at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden near Watford, England, where a Venice set was created on one of the studio's backlots. [12] [32] Shortly after filming began, set photos revealed Hemky Madera film spider man far from home return as bodega owner Mr. Delmar, [79] while J.B. Smoove and Numan Acar joined the cast. [80] [29] By early August, Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders were confirmed to be appearing in the film, reprising their respective roles of Nick Fury and Maria Hill from previous MCU films, [5] and Remy Hii joined the cast later in the month.

[31] Filming took place in Prague and Liberec in the Czech Republic in Film spider man far from home, [81] [82] and moved to Venice by the end of the month. [82] Filming moved to New York City and Newark, New Jersey in October, where it used the working title Bosco.

[83] [84] Locations included areas around Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, [84] and Newark Liberty International Airport. [78] Filming wrapped on October 16, 2018. [85] Lloyd explained that the creative team had approached the film as a road-trip story, and so he wanted to maintain the distinct look and feel of each location visited. This meant giving each stop on the school trip a distinct lighting scheme and color palette.

For example, Lloyd visited Venice three times during location scouting to discuss how the scenes there would be filmed, and learned that the city has a "bright, pastel feel, where the light comes through and hits a building.

It bathes people in this warm, sandy light". Prague, on other hand, has a "more warm and cool mix, and the beauty of that sort of Baroque, eastern-European architecture." The production took advantage of lighting already on the buildings in Prague, which are often film spider man far from home for texture in real life.

Lloyd felt comfortable working within the aesthetic of the MCU after acting as director of photography on the first season of the MCU television series Daredevil and the miniseries The Defenders, as well as working on additional photography for the films Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Captain Marvel (2019).

[76] Lloyd originally began planning to use the Alexa 65 cameras that Marvel usually films with, but Sony asked that they focus on optimizing the footage for their 2K releases, so the production switched to Alexa Mini cameras.

This ended up being a lot easier for the camera department to use on location, and for combining live-action shooting with visual effects elements. [62] Post-production In late October 2018, Sony Pictures reached a new multi-film agreement with IMAX Corporation to release their films in IMAX, including Far From Home. [86] At Sony's CCXP Brazil panel in December 2018, it was revealed that the Elementals—a group of characters based on the elements of water, earth, air, and fire—would appear in the film.

[87] Each Elemental takes inspiration from another Spider-Man villain, such as the water Elemental including elements of Hydro-Man, and the fire Film spider man far from home borrowing from Molten Man.

The names of these other villains are not given to the characters in the film. [12] [32] Martin Starr was confirmed to be reprising his role as Mr.

Harrington from Homecoming the next month. [88] [16] In April 2019, Sony moved the film's release date up to July 2, 2019. [89] While promoting Endgame at a fan event in Shanghai, Feige said Far From Home would be the final film of the MCU's Phase Three, rather than the start of Phase Four as some had believed.

[90] Also in April, Jackson returned to do reshoots for the film. [91] Discussing the film's mid-credits scene, Watts explained that they approached J.K. Simmons "as late as possible" before the film's release to ask him to reprise his role as J. Jonah Jameson from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy, hoping to keep the cameo a surprise for fans.

[92] Watts acknowledged that there was a chance Simmons would not want to reprise the role, but stated that he never considered another actor, saying, "It's gotta be him. Like, if it wasn't him, it wasn't worth doing." [93] After being pitched the idea for the cameo, Simmons called Raimi and received the director's blessing to return to the role for the new film.

[94] The MCU version of the character is brand new, not the Raimi version "from another dimension or multiverse". [95] Simmons' footage was filmed in a Disney conference room in front of a green screen. [92] Watts noted that Simmons' performance was over-the-top in Raimi's films, but now that same performance has real-world comparisons, [93] such as Alex Jones. According to Feige, the changes in the real world also meant that moving the character from a newspaper editor to a "radical right news journalist that kind of scream[s] in front of the camera" made more sense.

[95] Simmons said he and Watts did not see "eye to eye" on the film's contemporary portrayal of the character versus his performance in Raimi's films. [96] Watts described Far From Home as a "con man movie" with "so many layers of deception", and for the post-credits scene he felt that ending the film with "one last twist" was on theme.

He felt that he owed the fans a more substantial post-credits scene than the jokey one at the end of Homecoming. The Far From Home scene depicts Fury on vacation, in a simulation, both of which are also themes in the film, and reveals that the Fury and Hill seen throughout the film are actually Skrulls in disguise. Watts felt this twist made sense after Fury's interactions with the Skrulls in Captain Marvel.

[93] Post-production for Spider-Man: Far From Home was completed in June 2019. [97] Visual effects External video Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: Far From Home - End Credits Main on End Title Sequence presents the film's main-on-end title sequence, YouTube video from Perception's channel The film's visual effects were provided by Framestore, Industrial Light & Magic, Image Engine, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Luma Pictures, Rising Sun Pictures, Scanline VFX, Territory Studio, and Method Studios.

[98] Janek Sirrs served as visual effects supervisor on the film, and explained that following the release of the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) the effects team looked for ways to use similarly inventive visuals in Far From Home. They ultimately did not use added effects to represent Spider-Man's Spider-sense because these did not fit within the live-action world or were too similar to previous effects, such as Daredevil's sonar vision.

They did try to use Spider-Man's actions and the use of his abilities to show his growth since Homecoming, but to also show his "reach as always exceeding his grasp as he refines his superhero skills". [99] The film's main-on-end title sequence was designed by Perception. [100] Method Studios added Spider-Man to a Venice speedboat scene, using their Spider-Man suit asset from Homecoming.

[101] Image Engine created the Stark jet, drone, and satellite. The jet work included the creation of a new Spider-Man suit, [101] for which the vendor had to design the interior of the suit based on a scan of a practical costume they were given. They also made a Netherlands tulip field for a scene that was filmed in a grass field in the UK. It required around two million digital tulips. [102] Rising Sun Pictures created the holograms used by Mysterio when he first explains the Elementals to Spider-Man, which include simulations of black-holes and elements researched from real-world history and mythology.

The company aimed for the holograms to have a similar quality to the ones that they had created for Captain Marvel. [101] Mysterio was designed by Ryan Meinerding, Marvel Studios' head of visual development, to look like a combination of different Marvel heroes such as Thor and Doctor Strange. His fishbowl helmet is retained from the comics. Sirrs described the character as a "larger-than-life showman at heart" and almost a superhero version of Liberace.

[99] The digital model for Mysterio was created by Scanline. [103] The Elementals consisted of animated figures, often driven by film spider man far from home motion-capture performances, with environmental effects layered on top.

Scanline created Earth and Water, Luma created Fire, and Imageworks created the final amalgamation of the four creatures, [99] referred to as the Super Uber Elemental (SUE).

[103] For the Fire Elemental, Luma created different looks and actions for the character to show Watts and Sirrs potential designs and movements for the character. This included a progression where the creature goes from being upright and humanoid to bigger and more hunched over as it consumes metal throughout the sequence. Watts responded positively to movements that looked more creature-like. [104] The final battle was created by Imageworks, and consists of over 300 visual effects shots.

In addition to creating the SUE—which required extensive effect simulations for the different combined elements such as "water tentacles", rocks, lava, and lightning—the company had to create a digital model of the Tower Bridge for the fight to take place around. The company attempted to fully render only small sections of the bridge where needed, but ultimately required around 80% of the bridge to be fully detailed due to how much of it is seen throughout the fight.

They made use of Image Engine's Stark jet model and Scanline's Mysterio asset for the fight, and created the drone models and new Spider-Man suit that were used by the other vendors. They started with a single drone design that featured missiles, cannons, and Gatling guns, but this became repetitive during the battle and so flamethrower and sonic blaster drones were added.

Additionally, the sky and environment needed to be digitally replaced in most of the sequence. [103] Framestore handled the "Illusion Battle" sequence in which Mysterio traps Spider-Man within a series of elaborate fear-based illusions. Based on early prototypes of the sequence from Framestore, Marvel decided to extend it to around 150 shots. It was heavily pre-visualized to define which background plates and motion-capture performances would be required; Framestore visual effects supervisor Alexis Wajsbrot compared the motion-capture process for the sequence to automated dialogue replacement, where each short section of the performance was captured individually.

The company used existing digital assets from other vendors, including for the different Spider-Man suits, combined with new models such as those for statues of fallen heroes or a "Zombie Iron Man". [105] [101] The effect of green smoke that is throughout the sequence was created using Houdini. Framestore took inspiration from the title sequences of the James Bond film series, especially that of Spectre (2015) for the graveyard portion of the battle.

[105] For the transition between the real world and the illusions, Framestore had to match a similar transition from the B.A.R.F. scene in Captain America: Civil War which Wajsbrot described as a time-consuming process for each environment in which it was required.

[105] [101] Sirrs compared the sequence to an elaborate Broadway production with an unlimited budget, and named several other visual influences including the Looney Tunes short Duck Amuck (1953), Paprika (2006), A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), and the " Pink Elephants on Parade" scene from Dumbo (1941).

[99] Music Main article: Spider-Man: Far From Home (soundtrack) Spider-Man: Homecoming composer Michael Giacchino was confirmed to return to score Far From Home in October 2018. [106] [107] Whitney Houston's " I Will Always Love You" plays during the Marvel Studios opening logo as part of the film's opening "in memoriam" scene. [108] The end credits song is " Vacation" by The Go-Go's.

[109] The soundtrack album was released by Sony Classical on June 28, 2019. [110] Marketing Due to Parker dying at the end of Infinity War and not being resurrected until Endgame, [111] [112] [51] Germain Lussier of io9 noted in May 2018 that Sony would either have to begin marketing this film only two months before its release or spoil the fact that Parker is resurrected for general film spider man far from home that may not realize that this would happen in Endgame.

Lussier suggested the latter approach be taken, while a representative of Sony said the studio would be working with Marvel to "figure out the Spider-Man strategy". [111] Holland and Gyllenhaal debuted the first trailer for Far From Home at Sony's CCXP Brazil panel on December 8, 2018.

The footage does not acknowledge the events of Infinity War or Endgame, with Steven Weintraub of Collider describing it as a continuation of "the Spider-Man universe" only. [113] Holland debuted the trailer publicly on his Instagram account on January 15, 2019. [114] A slightly different "international version" was also released. [115] Several news outlets commented film spider man far from home Parker's appearance in the trailer following the events of Infinity War, [115] [116] [117] with Zack Straf of IndieWire pointing out that while the trailer reveals Parker's return, it does not explain how.

[116] Adam Chitwood of Collider described the trailer as "cute and fun" just like Homecoming, and approved of the vacation film spider man far from home, the addition of Fury, and Mysterio's short appearance. He did think the film looked "the tiniest bit less special" when compared to the acclaimed animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

[88] A teaser poster was released with the trailer showing Spider-Man's mask covered in travel stickers. Chitwood said the poster was "really fun, leaning into the whole 'summer vacation' vibe" while potentially hinting at the film's locations with the stickers. [118] Graeme McMillian of The Hollywood Reporter felt the trailer presented the threat of the Elementals so audiences would be "thrown off the scent" of Mysterio being the villain.

[119] McMillian's colleague Richard Newby felt the "main takeaway from the trailer is that Spider-Man: Far From Home is deftly blending old and new school elements of the Spider-Man mythos, for a result that feels surprisingly fresh". Newby was also excited about the inclusion of Fury. [120] Forbes ' senior contributor Scott Mendelson felt the trailer showed "the sheer confidence" of Sony in its Spider-Man films, especially after the successes of Homecoming, Venom (2018), and Into the Spider-Verse.

[121] The trailer received 130 million views in 24 hours, surpassing Homecoming (116 million views) as the most viewed Sony Pictures trailer in that time period. [122] On May 6, 2019, a second trailer for the film was released. The trailer featured an introduction from Holland warning viewers that it includes spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.

[6] Watts, who knew the plots of Infinity War and Endgame and worked with the Russo brothers on Spider-Man's appearances in those films, was relieved that the trailer's release allowed him to speak more openly about Far From Home. [6] The second film spider man far from home was viewed 135 million times in 24 hours, surpassing the first Far From Home trailer as the most viewed Sony Pictures trailer in that film spider man far from home period.

[123] Beginning the weekend after the trailer's release, screenings of Endgame began with a message from Holland telling audiences to stay till the end of the credits, with the trailer played at the end of the film. Marvel previously added a trailer for The Avengers (2012) to the end of Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). [124] United Airlines served as a promotional partner on the film, with one of their Boeing 777 aircraft and several United employees appearing in the film.

[78] As done with previous MCU films, Audi also sponsored the film, promoting several vehicles such as the e-tron SUV, while having some of their other vehicles appear in the film. [125] Partnering with several other companies, including Dr Pepper, Papa John's Pizza, and Burger King, the film had a total promotional marketing value of $288 million, the largest for a film ever.

[126] Ahead of the film's home media release, in September 2019, Sony released a "Night Monkey" trailer, featuring footage from the film of Spider-Man in his jokey alter-ego of the same name. Lussier said the trailer was clever, and "in terms of repurposing old footage in fun, funny new ways, you have to give Sony a tip of the cap for this." [127] Later in the month, Sony created a real version of the fictional TheDailyBugle.net website as part of a viral marketing campaign to promote the home media release of the film.

Inspired by real-world "conspiracy-pushing" websites such as that of Alex Jones, the website features Simmons reprising his role as Jameson in a video where he speaks out against Spider-Man and in support of Mysterio, before adding "Thanks for watching.

Don't forget to like and subscribe!" [128] [129] The website includes testimonials from supposed victims of "the Blip", including one complaining that they disappeared in a dangerous situation and were seriously injured when they reappeared. This contradicts a statement by Feige saying that anyone in such a situation would have reappeared safely. [130] Several days after this was pointed out, the website was updated to say this story was faked for an insurance claim.

[131] Release Samuel L. Jackson at the film's Hollywood premiere in June 2019 Theatrical Spider-Man: Far From Home had its world premiere at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on June 26, 2019. [132] The film was released on June 28, in China and Japan, [133] and in the United States on July 2, [89] in 3D and IMAX. [86] In the United States, it opened in 4,634 theaters, which was second all-time behind Avengers: Endgame.

[134] It was originally scheduled to be released on July 5. [70] The film was re-released on Labor Day weekend, beginning August 29, with four minutes of extra footage. [135] Spider-Man: Far From Home was the last film released in Phase Three of the MCU. [90] Home media Spider-Man: Far From Home was released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on digital on September 17, 2019, and on Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD on October 1.

[136] The home media release features a short film titled Peter's To-Do List, which uses scenes of Parker retrieving various items for his trip that were cut from the theatrical release of the film. [137] The short also includes footage featuring Hemky Madera reprising his Homecoming role as Mr. Delmar, the owner of a local bodega, which was all cut from Far From Home.

[79] [137] In April 2021, Sony signed a deal with Disney giving them access to their legacy content, including past Spider-Man films and Marvel content in Sony's Spider-Man Universe, to stream on Disney+ and Hulu and appear on Disney's linear television networks.

Disney's access to Sony's titles would come following their availability on Netflix. Far From Home had previously been available on Starz and FX. [138] [139] Reception Box office Spider-Man: Far From Home grossed $390.5 million in the United States and Canada, and $741.3 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $1.131 billion.

[2] It was the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2019 [140] and the 24th-highest-grossing film of all time. [141] On August 18, 2019, the film surpassed Skyfall (2012) to become Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film worldwide. [142] [143] Far From Home was the first Spider-Man film to gross over $1 billion. [144] Deadline Hollywood calculated the film's net profit as $339 million, accounting for production budgets, marketing, talent participations, and other costs; box office grosses and home media revenues placed it seventh on their list of 2019's "Most Valuable Blockbusters".

[145] Three weeks before its domestic release, official industry tracking had the film grossing around $170 million over its six-day opening frame. Some had the film reaching as high as $200 million, while others were at a conservative $165 million; Sony was predicting a $154 million debut.

[146] [147] By the week of release industry estimates lowered to $140 million, with the studio expecting $120 million, due to the recent underperformance of other sequels. [148] Far From Home made a Tuesday-opening record $39.3 million, including an estimated $2.8–3 million from midnight previews at about 1,000 theaters. [134] It then made $27 million on its second day, the best-ever Wednesday gross for an MCU film, and $25.1 million on the 4th of July, the second highest ever total for the holiday behind Transformers ($29 million in 2007).

[149] In its opening weekend the film made $92.6 million, [150] and a total of $185.1 million over the six-day frame, topping the $180 million made by Spider-Man 2 over its six-day July 4 opening in 2004; it was the number one film for the weekend.

[151] In its second weekend, the film made $45.3 million, again topping the box office with a 51% decrease from the first week; lower than Homecoming 's 62% drop in its second box office weekend.

[152] Far From Home grossed over $21 million in its third weekend but was dethroned by newcomer The Lion King. [153] Far From Home was projected to gross around $350 million worldwide by the end of its first week of release, and about $500 million over its first 10 days.

[154] [148] In China and Japan, where it was released a week prior to its U.S. debut, the film was expected to gross around a combined $90 million in its opening weekend. [155] In China, where pre-sale tickets were less than Homecoming 's, the film made $35.5 million on its first day, including $3.4 million from midnight previews (the fourth-best of all time for a superhero film in the country).

[156] It ended up slightly over-performing, debuting to $111 million including $98 million in China, the fourth-best-ever superhero opening in the country. [157] Far From Home ended up grossing $580.1 million worldwide over its first 10 days of release, including $238 million from international territories in its opening weekend.

In China, the film had a 10-day total of $167.4 million, and its other biggest debuts were South Korea ($33.8 million), the United Kingdom ($17.8 million), Mexico ($13.9 million) and Australia ($11.9 million). [158] Critical response The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 90%, with an average score of 7.4/10, based on 454 reviews. The website's critics' consensus reads, "A breezily unpredictable blend of teen romance and superhero action, Spider-Man: Far From Home stylishly sets the stage for the next era of the MCU." [159] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, film spider man far from home the film a score of 69 out of 100 based on reviews from 55 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

[160] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale, [161] while those at PostTrak gave it a 76% "definite recommend". [134] Owen Gleiberman of Variety praised Holland's performance and wrote, "By the end, this Spider-Man really does find his tingle, yet coming after Into the Spider-Verse, with its swirling psychedelic imagery and identity games and trap doors of perception, Spider-Man: Far From Home touches all the bases of a conventional Marvel movie.

It doesn't take film spider man far from home out of this world. But it's good enough to summon the kick—or maybe just the illusion—of consequence." [162] Writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, Richard Roeper gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, calling it "zesty, sweet and satisfying" and praised the performances of the cast.

[163] Bernard Boo of PopMatters praised the film, commenting, " Spider-Man: Far From Home is technically the final film in Phase [Three] of the MCU, and it's hard to think of a better way to send off the most successful run of one of the highest grossing franchises in history." [164] Alonso Duralde of TheWrap said that the film feels like "a charming teen road-trip comedy that occasionally turns into a superhero movie", which he said was a compliment.

He highlighted the cast, including the chemistry between Holland, Zendaya and Batalon, and said that Gyllenhaal "nails his character's earnestness but also clearly enjoys a few moments that let him channel every exasperated-sigh, I-just-want-to-get-this-right male diva director he's ever known." [165] Writing for IndieWire, David Ehrlich gave the film a grade of "C" and, despite complimenting the cast, called the film an "unadventurous bit of superhero housekeeping that only exists to clean up the mess that Avengers: Endgame left behind".

He criticized the character development of Spider-Man, feeling that he does not change throughout the film beyond becoming more confident. He described the action as "plastic", and felt that the film did not give enough attention to its teen elements. Ehrlich said it might be enough to satisfy fans but called it a "failure when compared to the remarkable artistry of Into the Spider-Verse or the raw pathos of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2." [166] John Anderson of The Wall Street Journal praised Holland and Zendaya's performances, but described the film as "a visually incoherent, effects-heavy superhero movie", and called the dialogue "dire".

[167] Accolades Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref. Teen Choice Awards August 11, 2019 Choice Summer Movie Spider-Man: Far From Home Won [168] Choice Summer Movie Actor Tom Holland Won Choice Summer Movie Actress Zendaya Won Saturn Awards September 13, 2019 Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [169] [170] Best Supporting Actress Zendaya Won Best Performance by a Younger Actor Tom Holland Won Best Special Effects Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated People's Choice Awards November 10, 2019 Movie of 2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [171] Action Movie of 2019 Nominated Male Movie Star of 2019 Tom Holland Nominated Female Movie Star of 2019 Zendaya Won Action Movie Star of 2019 Tom Holland Won Hollywood Professional Association November 12, 2019 Outstanding Visual Effects - Feature Film Alexis Wajsbrot, Stephen Kennedy, Nathan McConnel, Sylvain Degrotte, and Jonathan Opgenhaffen Nominated [172] National Film & TV Awards December 3, 2019 Best Feature Film Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [173] Best Actor Tom Holland Nominated Best Supporting Actress Zendaya Nominated Best Supporting Actor J.

B. Smoove Won [174] AACTA Awards December 4, 2019 Best Visual Effects or Animation Brendan Seals, Michael Perdew, Andrew Zink, Adam Gailey Won [175] Hollywood Critics Association Awards January 9, 2020 Best Blockbuster Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [176] Critics' Choice Awards January 12, 2020 Best Action Movie Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [177] Visual Effects Society Awards January 29, 2020 Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature Adam Gailey, Jacob Santamaria, Jacob Clark, Stephanie Molk (for "Molten Man") Nominated [178] [179] Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards May 2, 2020 Favorite Movie Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [180] Favorite Movie Actor Tom Holland Nominated Favorite Movie Actress Zendaya Nominated Favorite Superhero Tom Holland (also for Avengers: Endgame) Won Sequel Main article: Spider-Man: No Way Home In September 2019, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures announced that they were set to produce a third film, after an impasse between the two companies during negotiations.

[181] Watts returned to direct, [182] from a script by McKenna and Sommers. [183] Holland, Zendaya, Favreau, Tomei, Batalon, [184] and Revolori reprise their roles, [182] while Benedict Cumberbatch and Benedict Wong reprise their MCU roles as Doctor Strange and Wong.

[185] [184] Actors returning from past Spider-Man films include Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield returning as their versions of Spider-Man from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy and Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man films, respectively, [186] alongside Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn / Green Goblin, Alfred Molina as Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus, and Thomas Haden Church as Flint Marko / Sandman from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, as well as Rhys Ifans as Curt Connors / Lizard and Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon / Electro from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man films.

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I guess I won't spoil it, but really if you've read the comics, played the games, or just googled any of the character names of people in this movie you know who it is and yet they treat it like this big reveal.

The first movie had something of a villain reveal too, but they handled it in such a way that it really worked. Here, it just doesn't.

On top of that, his motives and overall goals are a little difficult to film spider man far from home. Regardless, it's still a helluva fun ride. His missions were some of the ones I enjoyed the most in the Spider-Man games, and it allows for some truly mind-bending trippy visuals later in the film.

That's where the film shines the highest, in its warped inception-ey trip-out sequences. Also, in it's character moments with the heroes. Tom Holland is still the best Spider-Man, and damnit all Zendaya is really winning me over. Those two are just really cute, and their developing relationship is charming as hell.

That relationship and seeing Spidey try to fill Tony's shoes (spoilers) is great stuff. It's another solid, if not perfect, Spider-Man film. Marvel yet again introduce an film spider man far from home villain before leaving them standard, with a horrible exposition monologue I might add.

Spider-Man 2 is still the film spider man far from home film adaptation of the material and showcases what can be accomplished with an accomplished filmmaker. The main concern is the lack of depth for the villain, a constant issue in Marvel's universe.

I don't understand why they feel the need to keep the hero front and centre. The hero tends to be either having some self doubt, love issue, injury or depression, which hampers there film spider man far from home. I have never understand why the villain is side lined, bizarre.

This could've been a great film and coming out from Avengers Endgame was a tough task. The film is visually creative, but it's the same thing again. Marvel are starting to run the risk of tiresome troupes and clichés on their own films.

I hope they cover more of his backstory for number 3 and instead of making another empty shell villain, they give us a solid thought provoking one. 24/09/2019 Spider-Man hits the road in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Peter Parker's European school trip is interrupted when a superhero named Mysterio, who's from an alternate Earth, shows up and asked for his help to defeat an Elemental.

Unfortunately, as the first post-Endgame Marvel film, Far From Home has the extra burden of resetting the Marvel Universe; which comes off as kind of awkward in this story about a high school trip. And while it does some good things with Parker dealing with the loss of his mentor (Tony Stark), there's too much Iron Man in this Spider-Man movie. A mess from start to finish (though still entertaining), Spider-Man: Far From Home is disappointing both as a MCU film and a Spider-Man film.
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With Spider-Man's identity now revealed, Peter asks Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous foes from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man. In Spider-Man 2 (2004), Doctor Octopus' tentacles are stated to be immune to heat and magnetism. They do not have an immunity to electricity and, in fact, the two times that Doctor Octopus is knocked out is because his tentacles got hit with electricity. So in in this film, he realistically could not hold Electro to administer the cure without Electro shocking him and knocking him out.• Aspect Ratio ‏ : ‎ 2.40:1 • MPAA rating ‏ : ‎ PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned) • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 4.8 Ounces • Audio Description: ‏ : ‎ English • Item model number ‏ : ‎ B07WW3PVRC • Media Format ‏ : ‎ Subtitled • Release date ‏ : ‎ December 3, 2019 • Actors ‏ : ‎ Holland, Tom, Endaya, Z., Gyllenhaal, Jake, Smulders, Cobie, Moore, Shameik • Dubbed: ‏ : ‎ French, Spanish • Subtitles: ‏ : ‎ English, French, Spanish • Studio ‏ : ‎ Sony Pictures Home Entertainment • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07WW3PVRC • Number of discs ‏ : ‎ 4 • Best Sellers Rank: #43,740 in Movies & TV ( See Top 100 in Movies & TV) • #3,822 in Action & Adventure Blu-ray Discs • Customer Reviews: Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them.

To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things film spider man far from home how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyzed reviews to verify trustworthiness. Learn more how customers reviews work on Amazon Amazon Customer 3.0 out of 5 stars Umm so three for one really was only 2 for 1 Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020 So it's been a good minute sense purchased but got 2 copy of homecoming literally on the disk it says far from home plug it in and it's homecoming be weary of said disc lol I swear it's only 2 movies but three discs This review is for this package.

Not the actual movies. The case LOOKS awesome. The blu-ray holders inside, not so awesome. The blu-ray were very, VERY, VEEEERY, secure. Secure to the point I almost had to chisel them out of the holders. There was no flexibility whatsoever, and while trying to lift out the discs or out them back in, I was afraid they would crack.

I've had that happen before with similar cases. The bottom most disc holder, in mine, was chipped in the center disc lock ring. I was lucky it wasn't the disc instead. I was lucky I had old blank CD cases lying around to put the discs in, until I can order empty blu-ray cases to put the movies in.I 1 star off. Now for the movies. Sam Raimi's Spider-Man was my favorites.

Spider-Man seems to be going the way of Superman. You fall in love with a couple of movies, and then they try a reboot and nothing ever seems right again. With that said, I had to change my whole mindset going in to certain movies. I HATED Spider-Man : Home Coming at first watch. It fell short everywhere, to me.

After I changed my mindset and watched it again with no expectations and not comparing it to anything else, I have to say it was entertaining. For me, now-a-days, I watch movies to see if I find them entertaining or not. So all in all, I found this set of movies enjoyable to watch. Are they great movies? Not in my opinion. But they were good enough to entertain me.

Nice steel package, 4 blu-ray movies in a bundle, great deal. I am sorry to say super hero film spider man far from home nowadays are finally geared towards the teenage audience. I was a bit influenced by the high ratings for the Spiderman movies although I should have known they were mostly from teenage fans.

I am in my late 40s and I do love super hero movies when they are made for adults (i.e. Dark Knight Trilogy by Christopher Nolan). Spiderman movies in the 2000s were pretty good. I found them entertaining and they were not too teenager-ish. But the spiderman movies in this collection are totally made for teenagers. The dialogues, the jokes, the situations, everything is teenagerish. I wish they'd make spiderman movies for adults but I think that ship has sailed.

I also dislike that they pulled Spiderman into the Avengers universe. Until I saw the Spiderman movies in this set, I wasn't even aware that happened because I have not seen the Avengers movies. There is an assumption that you have seen the Avengers movies and you know what's going on in that universe. For instance, Iron Man (Stark) has a connection with Spiderman; he chose him to ben Avenger, gave him a new suit, etc.

(Yes, in the first movie, Spiderman Homecoming, that part of the story is mentioned but for someone who hasn't seen the Avengers movies, it is not easy to make a connection and understand what's the deal with Iron Man and Spiderman) I guess I am used to seeing new Spiderman movies always starting with the original story (Peter Parker getting bitten by a spider). Not these Spiderman movies. Now, there is nothing wrong with creating new stories but the first movie gives the impression that Spiderman's power comes from wearing a technologically advanced suit (that is contrary to the idea that he gets his spider-like power from absorbing nuclear spider DNA).

It makes Spiderman look like a Batman just in a different suit with different tech gadgets. While the Homecoming movie is actually not bad, Far From Home is a total disappointment. Here are the problems I see (CONTAINS SPOILERS *** DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN THE FAR FROM HOME): film spider man far from home It's not realistic for drones to create the impact depicted in the story. A giant water monster destroying the buildings in Venice. Let's say the whole thing was a holograpic effect as later revealed, (and there are drones who create the phsyical impact), how is it possible for the impacts to be powered by water?

Apparently, all the of destruction scenes, there was water hitting the structures, hitting Spiderman, etc. Everything was wet. How did drones control the water? The same question goes for the second monster, the firemonster.

How did the drones create/control the fire? There was apparently impact of fire and heat.

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2- EDITH glasses. Peter gives the glasses to Mr. Beck (Mysterio). The glasses were created by Stark for Peter. Peter gives the control of the software to Mr. Beck along with the glasses. Now, later in the movie, Mysterio uses the glasses against Peter/Spiderman. So with the all sophistication and advanced technology, the EDITH software didn't include a built-in safety function to prevent harm against Peter/Spiderman.

When Mysterio calls for an attack on Spiderman, EDITH is not sophisticated enough to say "Invalid Command""harming Spiderman is against my software. I thought that was really dumb. 3- Mysterio is trying to kill the kids because they know who he is - that was also stupid. Kids don't know anything.

Peter only told MJ. And even if they knew, what they could possibly do with that information, how could they use that information against Mysterio? Are they going to inform the authorities, the police and Mysterio's plans will be ruined?

Who would believe a bunch of kids who would tell such an outrageous story? Mysterio put himself at more risk of his identity being revealed when he tried to kill the kids. Those 3 points totally ruined the movie for me.

The best movie in this collection is VENOM. I loved it. I watched it 3-4 times already. Almost makes the whole package worth-buying. Tom Hardy is a fantastic actor and makes the movie. VENOM was dark and more adult. Spider-man is a universal hero, and I have all the Spider-man movies spanning all actors to play the part of the wed-slinging hero. This is my latest addition, and it s AWESOME!

Into The Spider-Verse is amazing, fully illustrated, with engaging plot and characters; Homecoming, the first Tom Holland outing, falls right in line with all the Spidey adventures that have gone before - fun, action, our beloved hero winning the day; and, the latest Spidey movie Far From Home is fabulous, too. This is a triple header, popcorn/coke, movie night full of Spider-man for all concerned.

If you are a fan, you'll film spider man far from home them! For the price I got it for ($24) it's perfect it has all the spiderman (and venom) movies in it!

I got this to put it next to my Tobey Maguire set and now all I need is the Andrew Garfield movies to finish my collection till the next tom holland movie is out of the theaters! My only nit-pick with the set is that the homecoming disk has a black mask instead of a red one he doesn't wear a black mask in homecoming but he does in far from home.

it's very unimportant but it just bugs me for some reason. either way good set if you like spiderman! I would definitely recommend buying it! joe mison 3.0 out of 5 stars Umm so three for one really was only 2 for 1 Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2020 So it's been a good minute sense purchased but got 2 copy of homecoming literally on the disk it says far from home plug it in and it's homecoming be weary of said disc lol I swear it's only 2 movies but three discs Amazon Music Stream millions of songs Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon 6pm Score deals on fashion brands AbeBooks Books, art & collectibles ACX Audiobook Publishing Made Easy Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web Sell on Amazon Start a Selling Account Amazon Business Everything For Your Business AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally Home Services Experienced Pros Happiness Guarantee Amazon Ignite Sell your original Digital Educational Resources Amazon Web Services Scalable Cloud Computing Services Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide Box Office Mojo Find Movie Box Office Data ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics DPReview Digital Photography Fabric Sewing, Quilting & Knitting Goodreads Book reviews & recommendations IMDb Movies, TV & Celebrities IMDbPro Get Info Entertainment Professionals Need Kindle Direct Publishing Indie Digital & Print Publishing Made Easy Prime Video Direct Video Distribution Made Easy Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands Woot!

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Running time 129 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Budget $160 million [2] Box office $1.132 billion [2] Spider-Man: Far From Home is a 2019 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios, and distributed by Sony Pictures Releasing.

It is the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and the 23rd film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). The film was directed by Jon Watts, written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, and stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man, alongside Film spider man far from home L.

Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, J. B. Smoove, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr, Marisa Tomei, and Jake Gyllenhaal. In the film, Parker is recruited by Nick Fury (Jackson) and Mysterio (Gyllenhaal) to face the Elementals while he is on a school trip to Europe.

Discussions for a sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming began by October 2016, and the project was confirmed later that year. Holland, Watts, and the writers were all set to return by the end of 2017. In 2018, Jackson and Gyllenhaal joined the cast as Fury and Mysterio, respectively. Holland revealed the sequel's title ahead of filming, which began that July and took place in England, the Czech Republic, Italy, and the New York metropolitan area. Production wrapped in October 2018. The marketing campaign is one of the most expensive for a film ever and attempted to avoid revealing spoilers for Avengers: Endgame prior to its April 2019 release.

Spider-Man: Far From Home premiered at the TCL Chinese Theatre on June 26, 2019, and was theatrically released in the United States on July 2, as the last film in Phase Three of the MCU. The film received positive reviews with praise for its humor, action sequences, visuals, and the performances of Holland and Gyllenhaal.

It grossed over $1.1 billion worldwide, making it the first Spider-Man film to pass the billion-dollar mark, the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2019, and became Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film and the 24th-highest-grossing film of all time. A sequel, Spider-Man: No Way Home, was released in December 2021.

Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Pre-production • 3.3 Filming • 3.4 Post-production • 3.4.1 Visual effects • 4 Music • 5 Marketing • 6 Release • 6.1 Theatrical • 6.2 Home media • 7 Reception • 7.1 Box office • 7.2 Critical response • 7.3 Accolades • 8 Sequel • 9 Notes • 10 References • 11 Film spider man far from home links Plot In Ixtenco, Mexico, Nick Fury and Maria Hill investigate an unnatural storm and encounter the Earth Elemental.

Quentin Beck, a super-powered individual, arrives to defeat the creature. Beck subsequently defeats the Elemental and is recruited by Fury and Hill. In New York City, the Midtown School of Science and Technology completes its year, which was restarted to accommodate the students who previously disintegrated five years earlier as a result of Thanos' actions.

[N 1] They had reappeared un-aged, thanks to the actions of the Avengers. [N 2] The school organizes a two-week summer field trip to Europe, where Peter Parker—who is still mourning the death of his mentor Tony Stark—plans to reveal to classmate MJ his attraction to her. Happy Hogan informs Parker film spider man far from home Fury intends film spider man far from home contact him, but Parker ignores Fury's phone call.

Parker and his classmates travel to Venice, Italy, where the Water Elemental attacks. Parker helps protect his classmates, while Beck arrives and defeats the creature. Fury meets with Parker and gives him Stark's glasses, which were meant for his successor. The glasses enable him to communicate with and take command of the artificial intelligence E.D.I.T.H., which has access to Stark Industries' databases and commands a large orbital weapons supply.

Beck claims to have entered from an alternate reality within the Multiverse, where the four Elementals killed his family and destroyed his civilization. With only the Fire Elemental left to destroy, Beck predicts it will attack Prague. Parker declines Fury's invitation to join the fight and returns to his class trip.

Fury secretly changes the class's itinerary to divert the students to Prague. There, Parker is forced to help Beck fight the Fire Elemental to again protect his friends. Beck manages to destroy the creature with Parker's help. Fury and Hill invite Parker and Beck to Berlin to discuss the formation of a new superhero team, but Parker decides that Beck should go alone and transfers control of E.D.I.T.H.

to him. Once Parker leaves, Beck celebrates alongside ex-Stark Industries employees, with whom he had been working to masquerade as a superhero. Beck, who was fired from his position as Stark's holographic-illusions specialist for his unstable nature, used advanced projectors to simulate his powers and the Elementals, and now hopes to use E.D.I.T.H.'s orbital weaponized drones to increase the scale of his illusions and fraudulently establish himself as an Avenger-level hero.

After MJ tells Parker she knows he is Spider-Man, they discover that a piece of debris she retrieved during the battle with the Fire Elemental is a projector which shows the Air Elemental, leading them to realize Beck's deception. Parker travels to Berlin to warn Fury, only to be tricked by Beck with an illusory Fury into revealing the names of his friends who know about Beck's plan and is hit by a train. Left for dead by Beck, Parker contacts Hogan, who flies him to London, where his classmates are.

Beck uses E.D.I.T.H. to orchestrate a fusion of all the Elementals, as a cover to kill Parker's friends. Parker is able to disrupt the illusions, so Beck attacks him with drones. Parker regains control of E.D.I.T.H.

and defeats Beck, who is hit by a misfired gunshot from one of the drones; before he dies, Beck tells one of his associates to retrieve data from the drones. After returning to New York City, Parker begins a relationship with MJ.

In a mid-credits scene, J. Jonah Jameson of TheDailyBugle.net broadcasts doctored footage of the London incident in which Beck frames Spider-Man for the drone attack and his death before exposing Spider-Man's secret identity to the world, much to Parker's shock. In a post-credits scene, Fury and Hill are revealed to be the Skrulls Talos and Soren in disguise, under orders from the real Fury while he is away commanding a Skrull spaceship.

Cast • Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man: A high-school junior and Avenger who received spider-like abilities after being bitten by a radioactive spider.

[3] Director Jon Watts said that, in contrast to Spider-Man: Homecoming in which Parker longs for the responsibilities of an adult, in Far From Home he wants to hang onto his youth, saying, "This film is about the world telling him, 'It's time for you to step up and grow up, kid,' and he's saying, 'But I still want to be a kid and go on vacation.'" [4] • Samuel L.

Jackson as Nick Fury: The former director of S.H.I.E.L.D., [5] who is now in a situation where he does not have the level of control he is used to having. [6] Watts describes Fury's relationship with Parker as "the mean new stepdad", contrasting his role with Tony Stark as a "supportive cool uncle" in Homecoming, saying, "Fury sees Peter Parker as an asset that he needs who is too preoccupied with a bunch of high school problems." Watts originally pitched Fury as a mentor to Parker in Homecoming.

[7] • Zendaya as Michelle "MJ" Jones-Watson: Parker's classmate and love interest. [8] [9] Her full name, Michelle Jones-Watson, is revealed in film spider man far from home sequel Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). [8] • Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill: A former high-ranking S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who works closely with Nick Fury. [5] • Jon Favreau as Harold "Happy" Hogan: The head of security for Stark Industries and former driver and bodyguard of Tony Stark who looks after Parker.

[10] Watts noted Happy would be used to explore the idea of "trying to find your place in the world if the center of your world is gone" given his close friendship to Stark. [11] • J. B. Smoove as Julius Dell: Parker's teacher and a chaperone on his school trip to Europe.

The role was written for Smoove after the writers and director enjoyed his performance alongside Holland in an Audi commercial short film produced to promote Homecoming.

[12] [13] • Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds: Parker's best friend. [14] [15] His last name is confirmed on-screen in No Way Home. [8] • Martin Starr as Roger Harrington: Parker's academic decathlon teacher and a chaperone on his school trip to Europe.

[16] [12] • Marisa Tomei as May Parker: Parker's aunt who is aware of his secret identity and wants him to be Spider-Man more so he can help with charitable causes. [17] [18] [12] • Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck / Mysterio: A former Stark Industries employee and holographic-illusions specialist who masquerades as a superhero from Earth-833 in the Multiverse. He is recruited by Nick Fury to help Spider-Man stop the Elementals. [19] [11] [20] Gyllenhaal shared ideas with the writers regarding the character's personality, and was drawn to the idea that Beck is "manipulating everyone's love of superheroes and that need for heroes".

Gyllenhaal wanted to play the character's fake backstory as realistically as possible. [21] Regarding Beck's relationship with Parker, Watts says that "If Tony Stark was sort of the mentor in the previous films, we thought it would be interesting to play Mysterio as almost like the cool uncle." [4] Watts was excited to have Beck team with Fury and Parker as it introduced the character to the MCU "in a way that people weren't expecting." [6] Tony Revolori, Angourie Rice, and Jorge Lendeborg Jr.

reprise their roles from Homecoming as Parker's classmates Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Parker's rival, [22] Betty Brant, Ned's on-and-off girlfriend, [12] [23] and Jason Ionello. [24] Peter Billingsley reprises his Iron Man (2008) role of scientist William Ginter Riva, a former employee of Stark Industries who now works with Beck. [25] J. K. Simmons appears as J. Jonah Jameson in the mid-credits scene, [26] marking the first time an actor has reprised a non-MCU role in an MCU film after Simmons portrayed a different incarnation of Jameson in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy.

[27] Ben Mendelsohn and Sharon Blynn make uncredited cameo appearances in the post-credits scene as the Skrulls Talos and Soren, reprising their roles from Captain Marvel (2019); [26] this scene reveals that they have been posing as Fury and Hill during the film, with deleted footage of Jackson and Smulders, originally intended for the opening scene, used in the reveal.

Smulders learned about the twist from producer Kevin Feige shortly before the film's release. [28] Additionally, Numan Acar portrays Fury's associate Dimitri, [29] [30] and Remy Hii plays Brad Davis, a popular student whom Parker sees as competition for MJ's affection.

[31] [32] Zach Barack, the first openly transgender actor in an MCU film, portrays one of Parker's new classmates, Zach, [33] [34] [35] while Zoha Rahman also appears as a classmate of Parker's. [36] Dawn Michelle King, an assistant editor on many MCU films including Far From Home, provides the voice for the artificial intelligence E.D.I.T.H.

[37] Jeff Bridges and Robert Downey Jr. appear as Obadiah Stane and Stark through the use of archival footage from Iron Man and Captain America: Civil War (2016), respectively. [25] [38] Images from previous MCU films of Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Paul Bettany as Stark, Steve Rogers / Captain America, Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow, and Vision, respectively, are used in the film's opening "in memoriam" segment.

[39] [40] The four Elementals are modeled after different Spider-Man villains from Marvel comic books: Hydro-Man, Molten Man, Sandman, and Cyclone. [41] [42] [43] [44] Production Development Actor Tom Holland (L) and director Jon Watts (R) were signed to return for the sequel early in development. In June 2016, Sony Pictures chairman Tom Rothman stated that Sony and Marvel Studios were committed to making future Spider-Man films after Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017).

[45] The following month, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said if additional films were made, the company had an early idea to follow the model of the Harry Potter film series, and have the plot of each film cover a new school year, [46] with a second film intended to take place during Parker's junior year of high school.

[47] By October, discussions had begun for a second film, including which villain would be featured, according to Spider-Man actor Tom Holland, who was signed for two more Spider-Man films after Homecoming. [48] [49] In December, after the successful release of the first Homecoming trailer, Sony slated a sequel to the film for July 5, 2019. [50] Sony's insistence that the sequel be released in 2019 complicated Marvel's preference for secrecy regarding their plans for Spider-Man in this film and their other MCU films, since the character would die at the end of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), and would not be resurrected before Avengers: Endgame in April 2019 by which time marketing for this film would have already begun.

[51] After being able to include Iron Man for Homecoming, Sony was revealed in June 2017 to have the use of another Marvel Studios-controlled character for the sequel. [52] Feige stated that Marvel and Sony were "just starting to solidify our plans" for the film, and felt Spider-Man's appearances in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame would "launch him off into a very new cinematic universe at that point", similar to how Captain America: Civil War (2016) "informed everything in Homecoming".

[53] Marvel and Sony both wanted Homecoming director Jon Watts returning for the sequel, with Feige saying "that's the intention for sure", and Watts said he was signed for another Spider-Man film. [54] Feige said the sequel would have a subtitle like Homecoming, and would not feature "2" in the title.

He added that filming was expected to begin in April or May 2018. [55] As with Homecoming, Feige said the film's villain would be one that had not yet been seen in film. [56] By July, Watts was in negotiations with the studios regarding his return for the sequel, [3] and Marisa Tomei expressed interest in returning as Aunt May from the previous films.

[57] The film is set eight months after the conclusion of Avengers: Endgame. [58] Watts felt dealing with many of the unanswered questions from Endgame posed "a fun creative challenge" for the Far From Home team. They looked to "make a movie film spider man far from home in that world and deals with those stories but is also still [a] fun Spider-Man movie".

For example, Ned, MJ, and Flash all turned to dust during the events of Infinity War along with Parker, while some of his classmates did not and are now five years older due to the events of Endgame.

Watts compared this dynamic to the film Flight of the Navigator (1986), calling the situation "really weird . but . also something you can have a lot of fun with".

[6] Pre-production At the end of August 2017, as the film was entering pre-production, [55] Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers were in final negotiations to return from Homecoming to write the sequel. [59] In early October, Jacob Batalon confirmed he would reprise his role of Ned in the sequel. [14] Feige confirmed that Watts was returning to direct the sequel in December. [60] By February 2018, Zendaya was slated to return for the film, reprising her role as MJ. [61] Location scouting for the film began at the end of the month, as did the pre-visualisation process for the creative team to begin planning action sequences and visual effects for the film.

[62] By late April, Feige stated that filming was scheduled to begin in early July 2018, and would primarily occur in London. This was a change from the first film, which was mostly produced in Atlanta.

Feige explained that one of the reasons behind this change in location was because a majority of the sequel would be spent around the world, outside New York City. [63] A month later, Jake Gyllenhaal entered negotiations to play Mysterio, while Tomei and Michael Keaton were confirmed to reprise their respective roles of May and Adrian Toomes / Vulture; Gyllenhaal's casting was confirmed a month later, [64] but Watts later stated that Keaton and Laura Harrier would not be appearing in the sequel.

[11] Also in May, McKenna and Sommers were also confirmed as the film's screenwriters. [17] [65] They began working on the film from a set of notes that Marvel had put together based on different influences and story ideas. This included the directive that the film would be releasing shortly after Endgame and would need to deal with the death of Stark due to the relationship between that character and Spider-Man that previous films had established.

The film also needed to deal with the aftereffects of "the Blip", the five-year period between Infinity War and Endgame where half of all life disappeared. Mysterio was chosen to be the film's villain because he is one of Spider-Man's iconic villains that had yet to be featured in a film, and because his history of deception in the comics lent itself to a character who could take advantage of a Spider-Man that is mourning the death of Stark. This also allowed the writers to explore relevant modern themes such as fake news.

Mysterio's plan went through several iterations, including an early suggestion that he could be an alien Skrull in disguise.

[66] The film reuses two of Spider-Man's costumes from the previous films: his main costume from Captain America: Civil War and Spider-Man: Homecoming, and the Iron Spider suit from Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

It also introduces two new costumes: a black "stealth" costume given to Parker by Nick Fury, and a new, upgraded Spider-Man suit that Parker designs for himself at the end of the film. [67] Marvel Studios' head of visual development Ryan Meinerding explained that Watts had wanted to include a suit inspired by the Spider-Man Noir version of the character, which led to the design of the more tactical stealth suit.

He added that the suit represents Parker experimenting with being a new kind of superhero. Other tactical costumes from the comic books were looked at when developing this one, but Meinerding felt they looked less practical than the more straightforward Noir inspiration. The costume includes tactical goggles that can be flipped up. For Parker's new self-designed costume, Meinerding originally designed it with the idea that it would be made from Parker's webbing since that is the strongest material he has access to.

[68] Practical versions of the costumes film spider man far from home created by Ironhead Studio, who previously worked on The Amazing Spider-Man films.

For Far From Home, Ironhead developed a skull cap for the costumes that has built-in fans to prevent the goggles from steaming up. They also developed a magnetic bellows system for connecting the goggles to the mask, so they could be easily removed but not fall off during action sequences.

[69] At the end of June 2018, Holland revealed the film's title to be Spider-Man: Far From Home. [70] Feige explained that they decided to have Holland reveal the title because they thought it was likely that it would leak after filming began anyway. [71] He compared the title to Spider-Man: Homecoming in that it is "full of alternate meaning" while continuing the use of "Home", [72] and revealed the film's premise to be Parker and his friends going to Europe on summer vacation, away from their home of New York.

[73] Filming The set of the film in Venice, Italy Principal photography began on location in Hertfordshire, England, on July 2, 2018, [74] under the working title Fall of George. [75] Matthew J. Lloyd served as director of photography, after previously working with Watts on Cop Car (2015). Watts had wanted to work with Lloyd on Homecoming, but the cinematographer was working on Power Rangers (2017) at the time.

[76] Filming moved to London, [63] with locations including East London, [77] and at London Stansted Airport. [78] Studio work occurred at Warner Bros. Studios, Leavesden near Watford, England, where a Venice set was created on one of the studio's backlots. [12] [32] Shortly after filming began, set photos revealed Hemky Madera would return as bodega owner Mr.

Delmar, [79] while J.B. Smoove and Numan Acar joined the cast. [80] [29] By early August, Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders were confirmed to be appearing in the film, reprising their respective roles of Nick Fury and Maria Hill from previous MCU films, [5] and Remy Hii joined the cast later in the month.

[31] Filming took place in Prague and Liberec in the Czech Republic in September, [81] [82] and moved to Venice by the end of the month. [82] Filming moved to New York City and Newark, New Jersey in October, where it used the working title Bosco. [83] [84] Locations included areas around Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, [84] and Newark Liberty International Airport. [78] Filming wrapped on October 16, 2018. [85] Lloyd explained that the creative team had approached the film as a road-trip film spider man far from home, and so he wanted to maintain the distinct look and feel of each location visited.

This meant giving each stop on the school trip a distinct lighting scheme and color palette. For example, Lloyd visited Venice three times during location scouting to discuss how the scenes there would be filmed, and learned that the city has a "bright, pastel feel, where the light comes through and hits a building.

It bathes people in this warm, sandy light". Prague, on other hand, has a "more warm and cool mix, and the beauty of that sort of Baroque, eastern-European architecture." The production took advantage of lighting already on the buildings in Prague, which are often lit for texture in real life.

Lloyd felt comfortable working within the aesthetic of the MCU after acting as director of photography on the first season of the MCU television series Daredevil and the miniseries The Defenders, as well as working on additional photography for the films Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Captain Marvel (2019).

[76] Lloyd originally began planning to use the Alexa 65 cameras that Marvel usually films with, but Sony asked that they focus on optimizing the footage for their 2K releases, so the production switched to Alexa Mini cameras. This ended up being a lot easier for the camera department to use on location, and for combining live-action shooting with visual effects elements. [62] Post-production In late October 2018, Sony Pictures reached a new multi-film agreement with IMAX Corporation to release their films in IMAX, including Far From Home.

[86] At Sony's CCXP Brazil panel in December 2018, it was revealed that the Elementals—a group of characters based on the elements of water, earth, air, and fire—would appear in the film. [87] Each Film spider man far from home takes inspiration from another Spider-Man villain, such as the water Elemental including elements of Hydro-Man, and the fire Element borrowing from Molten Man.

The names of these other villains are not given to the characters in the film. [12] [32] Martin Starr was confirmed to be reprising his role as Mr. Harrington from Homecoming the next month. [88] [16] In April 2019, Sony moved the film's release date up to July 2, 2019. [89] While promoting Endgame at a fan event in Shanghai, Feige said Far From Home would be the final film of the MCU's Phase Three, rather than the start of Phase Four as some had believed.

[90] Also in April, Jackson returned to do reshoots for the film. [91] Discussing the film's mid-credits scene, Watts explained that they approached J.K. Simmons "as late as possible" before the film's release to ask him to reprise his role as J. Jonah Jameson from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man film trilogy, hoping to keep the cameo a surprise for fans.

[92] Watts acknowledged that there was a chance Simmons would not want to reprise the role, but stated that he never considered another actor, saying, "It's gotta be him. Like, if it wasn't him, it wasn't worth doing." [93] After being pitched the idea for the cameo, Simmons called Raimi and received the director's blessing to return to the role for the new film. [94] The MCU version of the character is brand new, not the Raimi version "from another dimension or multiverse". [95] Simmons' footage was filmed in a Disney conference room in front of a green screen.

[92] Watts noted that Simmons' performance was over-the-top in Raimi's films, but now that same performance has real-world comparisons, [93] such as Alex Jones.

According to Feige, the changes in the real world also meant that moving the character from a newspaper editor to a "radical right news journalist that kind of scream[s] in front of the camera" made more sense. [95] Simmons said he and Watts did not see "eye to eye" on the film's contemporary portrayal of the character versus his performance in Raimi's films.

[96] Watts described Far From Home as a "con man movie" with "so many layers of deception", and for the post-credits scene he felt that ending the film with "one last twist" was on theme. He felt that he owed the fans a more substantial post-credits scene than the jokey one at the end of Homecoming.

The Far From Home scene depicts Fury on vacation, in a simulation, both of which are also themes in the film, and reveals that the Fury and Hill seen throughout the film are actually Skrulls in disguise. Watts felt this twist made sense after Fury's interactions with the Skrulls in Captain Marvel. [93] Post-production for Spider-Man: Far From Home was completed in June 2019.

[97] Visual effects External video Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: Far From Home - End Credits Main on End Title Sequence presents the film's main-on-end title sequence, YouTube video from Perception's channel The film spider man far from home visual effects were provided by Framestore, Industrial Light & Magic, Image Engine, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Luma Pictures, Rising Sun Pictures, Scanline VFX, Territory Studio, and Method Studios.

[98] Janek Sirrs served as visual effects supervisor on the film, and explained that following the release of the animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) the effects team looked for ways to use similarly inventive visuals in Far From Home. They ultimately did not use added effects to represent Spider-Man's Spider-sense because these did not fit within the live-action world or were too similar to previous effects, such as Daredevil's sonar vision.

They did try to use Spider-Man's actions and the use of his abilities to show his growth since Homecoming, but to also show his "reach as always exceeding his grasp as he refines his superhero skills". [99] The film's main-on-end title sequence was designed by Perception. [100] Method Studios added Spider-Man to a Venice speedboat scene, using their Spider-Man suit asset from Homecoming. [101] Image Engine created the Stark jet, drone, and satellite.

The jet work included the creation of a new Spider-Man suit, [101] for which the vendor had to design the interior of the suit based on a scan of a practical costume they were given.

They also made a Netherlands tulip field for a scene that was filmed in a grass field in the UK. It required around two million digital tulips. [102] Rising Sun Pictures created the holograms used by Mysterio when he first explains film spider man far from home Elementals to Spider-Man, which include simulations of black-holes and elements researched from real-world history and mythology. The company aimed for the holograms to have a similar quality to the ones that they had created for Captain Marvel.

[101] Mysterio was designed by Ryan Meinerding, Marvel Studios' head of visual development, to look like a combination of different Marvel heroes such as Thor and Doctor Strange.

His fishbowl helmet is retained from the comics. Sirrs described the character as a "larger-than-life showman at heart" and almost a superhero version of Liberace. [99] The digital model for Mysterio was created by Scanline. [103] The Elementals consisted of animated figures, often driven by slowed-down motion-capture performances, with environmental effects layered on top. Scanline created Earth and Water, Luma created Fire, and Imageworks created the final amalgamation of the four creatures, [99] referred to as the Super Uber Elemental (SUE).

[103] For the Fire Elemental, Luma created different looks and actions for the character to show Watts and Sirrs potential designs and movements for the character. This included a progression where the creature goes from being upright and humanoid to bigger and more hunched over as it consumes metal throughout the sequence. Watts responded positively to movements that looked more creature-like.

[104] The final battle was created by Imageworks, and consists of over 300 visual effects shots. In addition to creating the SUE—which required extensive effect simulations for the different combined elements such as "water tentacles", rocks, lava, and lightning—the company had to create a digital model of the Tower Bridge for the fight to take place around. The company attempted to fully render only small sections of the bridge where needed, but ultimately required around 80% of the bridge to be fully detailed due to how much of it is seen throughout the fight.

They made use of Image Engine's Stark jet model and Scanline's Mysterio asset for the fight, and created the drone models and new Spider-Man suit that were used by the other vendors. They started with a single drone design that featured missiles, cannons, and Gatling guns, but this became repetitive during the battle and so flamethrower and sonic blaster drones were added. Additionally, the sky and environment needed to be digitally replaced in most of the sequence.

[103] Framestore handled the "Illusion Battle" sequence in which Mysterio traps Spider-Man within a series of elaborate fear-based illusions. Based on early prototypes of the sequence from Framestore, Marvel decided to extend it to around 150 shots.

It was heavily pre-visualized to define which background plates and motion-capture performances would be required; Framestore visual effects supervisor Alexis Wajsbrot compared the motion-capture process for the sequence to automated dialogue replacement, where each short section of the performance was captured individually. The company used existing digital assets from other vendors, including for the different Spider-Man suits, combined with new models such as those for statues of fallen heroes or a "Zombie Iron Man".

[105] [101] The effect of green smoke that is throughout the sequence was created using Houdini. Framestore took inspiration from the title sequences of the James Bond film series, especially that of Spectre (2015) for the graveyard portion of the battle. [105] For the transition between the real world and the illusions, Framestore had to match a similar transition from the B.A.R.F.

scene in Captain America: Film spider man far from home War which Wajsbrot described as a time-consuming process for each environment in which it was required. [105] [101] Sirrs compared the sequence to an elaborate Broadway production with an unlimited budget, and named several other visual influences including the Looney Tunes short Duck Amuck (1953), Paprika (2006), A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), and the " Pink Elephants on Parade" scene from Dumbo (1941).

[99] Music Main article: Spider-Man: Far From Home (soundtrack) Spider-Man: Homecoming composer Michael Giacchino was confirmed to return to score Far From Home in October film spider man far from home. [106] [107] Whitney Houston's " I Will Always Love You" plays during the Marvel Studios opening logo as part of the film's opening "in memoriam" scene.

[108] The end credits song is " Vacation" by The Go-Go's. [109] The soundtrack album was released by Sony Classical on June 28, 2019.

[110] Marketing Due to Parker dying at the end of Infinity War and not being resurrected until Endgame, [111] [112] [51] Germain Lussier of io9 noted in May 2018 that Sony would either have to begin marketing this film only two months before its release or spoil the fact that Parker is resurrected for general audiences that may not realize that this would happen in Endgame.

Lussier suggested the latter approach be taken, while a representative of Sony said the studio would be working with Marvel to "figure out the Spider-Man strategy".

[111] Holland and Gyllenhaal debuted the first trailer for Far From Home at Sony's CCXP Brazil panel on December 8, 2018. The footage does not acknowledge the events of Infinity War or Endgame, with Steven Weintraub of Collider describing it as a continuation of "the Spider-Man universe" only.

[113] Holland debuted the trailer publicly on his Instagram account on January 15, 2019. [114] A slightly different "international version" was also released. [115] Several news outlets commented on Parker's appearance in the trailer following the events of Infinity War, [115] [116] [117] with Zack Straf of IndieWire pointing out that while the trailer reveals Parker's return, it does not explain how.

[116] Adam Chitwood of Collider described the trailer as "cute and fun" just like Homecoming, and approved of the vacation storyline, the addition of Fury, and Mysterio's short appearance. He did think the film looked "the tiniest bit less special" when compared to the acclaimed animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

[88] A teaser poster was released with the trailer showing Spider-Man's mask covered in travel stickers. Chitwood said the poster was "really fun, leaning into the whole 'summer vacation' vibe" while potentially hinting at the film's locations with the stickers. [118] Graeme McMillian of The Hollywood Reporter felt the trailer presented the threat of the Elementals so audiences would be "thrown off the scent" of Mysterio being the villain.

[119] McMillian's colleague Richard Newby felt the "main takeaway from the trailer is that Spider-Man: Far From Home is deftly blending old and new school elements of the Spider-Man mythos, for a result that feels surprisingly fresh".

Newby was also excited about the inclusion of Fury. [120] Forbes ' senior contributor Scott Mendelson felt the trailer showed "the sheer confidence" of Sony in its Spider-Man films, especially after the successes of Homecoming, Venom (2018), and Into the Spider-Verse.

[121] The trailer received 130 million views in 24 hours, surpassing Homecoming (116 million views) as the most viewed Sony Pictures trailer in that time period. [122] On May 6, 2019, a second trailer for the film was released. The trailer featured an introduction from Holland warning viewers that it includes spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.

[6] Watts, who knew the plots of Infinity War and Endgame and worked with the Russo brothers on Spider-Man's appearances in those films, was relieved that the trailer's release allowed him to speak more openly about Far From Home. [6] The second trailer was viewed 135 million times in 24 hours, surpassing the first Far From Home trailer as the most viewed Sony Pictures trailer in that time period.

[123] Beginning the weekend after the trailer's release, screenings of Endgame began with a message from Holland telling audiences to stay till the end of the credits, with the trailer played at the end of the film. Marvel previously added a trailer for The Avengers (2012) to the end of Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). [124] United Airlines served as a promotional partner on the film, with one of their Boeing 777 aircraft and several United employees appearing in the film.

[78] As done with previous MCU films, Audi also sponsored the film, promoting several vehicles such as the e-tron SUV, while having some of their other vehicles appear in the film. [125] Partnering with several other companies, including Dr Pepper, Papa John's Pizza, and Burger King, the film had a total promotional marketing value of $288 million, the largest for a film ever.

[126] Ahead of the film's home media release, in September 2019, Sony released a "Night Monkey" trailer, featuring footage from the film of Spider-Man in his jokey alter-ego of the same name. Lussier said the trailer was clever, and "in terms of repurposing old footage in fun, funny new ways, you have to give Sony a tip of the cap for this." [127] Later in the month, Sony created a real version of the fictional TheDailyBugle.net website as part of a viral marketing campaign to promote the home media release of the film.

Inspired by real-world "conspiracy-pushing" websites such as that of Alex Jones, the website features Simmons reprising his role as Jameson in a video where he speaks out against Spider-Man and in support of Mysterio, before adding "Thanks for watching. Don't forget to like and subscribe!" [128] [129] The website includes testimonials from supposed victims of "the Blip", including one complaining that they disappeared in a dangerous situation and were seriously injured when they reappeared.

This contradicts a statement by Feige saying that anyone in such a situation would have reappeared safely. [130] Several days after this was pointed out, the website was updated to say this story was faked for an insurance claim.

[131] Release Samuel L. Jackson at the film's Hollywood premiere in June 2019 Theatrical Spider-Man: Far From Home had its world premiere at the TCL Chinese Film spider man far from home in Hollywood on June 26, 2019. [132] The film was released on June 28, in China and Japan, [133] and in the United States on July 2, [89] in 3D and IMAX.

[86] In the United States, it opened in 4,634 theaters, which was second all-time behind Avengers: Endgame. [134] It was originally scheduled to be released on July 5. [70] The film was re-released on Labor Day weekend, beginning August 29, with four minutes of extra footage. [135] Spider-Man: Far From Home was the last film released in Phase Three of the MCU. [90] Home media Spider-Man: Far From Home was released by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment on digital on September 17, 2019, and on Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD on October 1.

[136] The home media release features a short film titled Peter's To-Do List, which uses scenes of Parker retrieving various items for his trip that were cut from the theatrical release of the film. [137] The short also includes footage featuring Hemky Madera reprising his Homecoming role as Mr. Delmar, the owner of a local bodega, which was all cut from Far From Home.

[79] [137] In April 2021, Sony signed a deal with Disney giving them access to their legacy content, including past Spider-Man films and Marvel content in Sony's Spider-Man Universe, to stream on Disney+ and Hulu and appear on Disney's linear television networks.

Disney's access to Sony's titles would come following their availability on Netflix. Far From Home had previously been available on Starz and FX. [138] [139] Reception Box office Spider-Man: Far From Home grossed $390.5 million in the United States and Canada, and $741.3 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $1.131 billion. [2] It was the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2019 [140] and the 24th-highest-grossing film of all time. [141] On August 18, 2019, the film surpassed Skyfall (2012) to become Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film worldwide.

[142] [143] Far From Home was the first Spider-Man film to gross over $1 billion. [144] Deadline Hollywood calculated the film's net profit as $339 million, accounting for production budgets, marketing, talent participations, and other costs; box office grosses and home media revenues placed it seventh on their list of 2019's "Most Valuable Blockbusters".

[145] Three weeks before its domestic release, official industry tracking had the film grossing around $170 million over its six-day opening frame.

Some had the film reaching as high as $200 million, while others were at a conservative $165 million; Sony was predicting a $154 million debut. [146] [147] By the week of release industry estimates lowered to $140 million, with the studio expecting $120 million, due to the recent underperformance of other sequels. [148] Far From Home made a Tuesday-opening record $39.3 million, including an estimated $2.8–3 million film spider man far from home midnight previews at about 1,000 theaters.

[134] It then made $27 million on its second day, the best-ever Wednesday gross for an MCU film, and $25.1 million on the 4th of July, the second highest ever total for the holiday behind Transformers ($29 million in 2007). [149] In its opening weekend the film made $92.6 million, [150] and a total of $185.1 million over the six-day frame, topping the $180 million made by Spider-Man 2 over its six-day July 4 opening in 2004; it was the number one film for the weekend.

[151] In its second weekend, the film made $45.3 million, again topping the box office with a 51% decrease from the first week; lower than Homecoming 's 62% drop in its second box office weekend. [152] Far From Home grossed over $21 million in its third weekend but was dethroned by newcomer The Lion King. [153] Far From Home was projected to gross around $350 million worldwide by the end of its first week of release, and about $500 million over its first 10 days.

[154] [148] In China and Japan, where it was released a week prior to its U.S. debut, the film was expected to gross around a combined $90 million in its opening weekend. [155] In China, where pre-sale tickets were less than Homecoming 's, the film made $35.5 million on its first day, including $3.4 million from midnight previews (the fourth-best of all time for a superhero film in the country).

[156] It ended up slightly over-performing, debuting to $111 million including $98 million in China, the fourth-best-ever superhero opening in the country. [157] Far From Home ended up grossing $580.1 million worldwide over its first 10 days of release, including $238 million from international territories in its opening weekend. In China, the film had a 10-day total of $167.4 million, and its other biggest debuts were South Korea ($33.8 million), the United Kingdom ($17.8 million), Mexico ($13.9 million) and Australia ($11.9 million).

[158] Critical response The review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 90%, with an average score of 7.4/10, based on 454 reviews. The website's critics' consensus reads, "A breezily unpredictable blend of teen romance and superhero action, Spider-Man: Far From Home stylishly sets the stage for the next era of the MCU." [159] Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the film a score of 69 out of 100 based on reviews from 55 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

[160] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale, [161] while those at PostTrak gave it a 76% "definite recommend". [134] Owen Gleiberman of Variety praised Holland's performance and wrote, "By the end, this Spider-Man really does find his tingle, yet coming after Into the Spider-Verse, with its swirling psychedelic imagery and identity games and trap doors of perception, Spider-Man: Far From Home touches all the bases of a conventional Marvel movie.

It doesn't take you out of this world. But it's good enough to summon the kick—or maybe just the illusion—of consequence." [162] Writing for the Chicago Sun-Times, Richard Roeper gave the film 3 out of 4 stars, calling it "zesty, sweet and satisfying" and praised the performances of the cast.

[163] Bernard Boo of PopMatters praised the film, commenting, " Spider-Man: Far From Home is technically the final film in Phase [Three] of the MCU, and it's hard to think of a better way to send off the most successful run of one of the highest grossing franchises in history." [164] Alonso Duralde of TheWrap said that the film feels like "a charming teen road-trip comedy that occasionally turns into a superhero movie", which he said was a compliment.

He highlighted the cast, including the chemistry between Holland, Zendaya and Batalon, and said that Gyllenhaal "nails his character's earnestness but also clearly enjoys a few moments that let him channel every exasperated-sigh, I-just-want-to-get-this-right male diva director he's ever known." [165] Writing for IndieWire, David Ehrlich gave the film a grade of "C" and, despite complimenting the cast, called the film an "unadventurous bit of superhero housekeeping that only exists to clean up the mess that Avengers: Endgame left behind".

He criticized the character development of Spider-Man, feeling that he does not change throughout the film beyond becoming more confident. He described the action as "plastic", and felt that the film did not give enough attention to its teen elements.

Ehrlich said it might be enough to satisfy fans but called it a "failure when compared to the remarkable artistry of Into the Spider-Verse or the raw pathos of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 2." [166] John Anderson of The Wall Street Journal praised Holland and Zendaya's performances, but described the film as "a visually incoherent, effects-heavy superhero movie", and called the dialogue "dire".

[167] Accolades Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref. Teen Choice Awards August 11, 2019 Choice Summer Movie Spider-Man: Far From Home Won [168] Choice Summer Movie Actor Tom Holland Won Choice Summer Movie Actress Zendaya Won Saturn Awards September 13, 2019 Best Comic-to-Film Motion Picture Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [169] [170] Best Supporting Actress Zendaya Won Best Performance by a Younger Actor Tom Holland Won Best Special Effects Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated People's Choice Awards November 10, 2019 Movie of 2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [171] Action Movie of 2019 Nominated Male Movie Star of 2019 Tom Holland Nominated Female Movie Star of 2019 Zendaya Won Action Movie Star of 2019 Tom Holland Won Hollywood Professional Association November 12, 2019 Outstanding Visual Effects - Feature Film Alexis Wajsbrot, Stephen Kennedy, Nathan McConnel, Sylvain Degrotte, and Jonathan Opgenhaffen Nominated [172] National Film & TV Awards December 3, 2019 Best Feature Film Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [173] Best Actor Tom Holland Nominated Best Supporting Actress Zendaya Nominated Best Supporting Actor J.

B. Smoove Won [174] AACTA Awards December 4, 2019 Best Visual Effects or Animation Brendan Seals, Michael Perdew, Andrew Zink, Adam Gailey Won [175] Hollywood Critics Association Awards January 9, 2020 Best Blockbuster Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [176] Critics' Choice Awards January 12, 2020 Best Action Movie Spider-Man: Far From Home Nominated [177] Visual Effects Society Awards January 29, 2020 Outstanding Effects Simulations in a Photoreal Feature Adam Gailey, Jacob Santamaria, Jacob Clark, Stephanie Molk (for "Molten Man") Nominated [178] [179] Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards May 2, 2020 Favorite Movie Spider-Man: Far From Film spider man far from home Nominated [180] Favorite Movie Actor Tom Holland Nominated Favorite Movie Actress Zendaya Nominated Favorite Superhero Tom Holland (also for Avengers: Endgame) Won Sequel Main article: Spider-Man: No Way Home In September 2019, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures announced that they were set to produce a third film, after an impasse between the two companies during negotiations.

[181] Watts returned to direct, [182] from a script by McKenna and Sommers. [183] Holland, Zendaya, Favreau, Tomei, Batalon, [184] and Revolori reprise their roles, [182] while Benedict Cumberbatch and Benedict Wong reprise their MCU roles as Doctor Strange and Wong.

[185] [184] Actors returning from past Spider-Man films include Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield returning as their versions of Spider-Man from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy and Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man films, respectively, [186] alongside Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn / Green Goblin, Alfred Molina as Otto Octavius / Doctor Octopus, and Thomas Haden Church as Flint Marko / Sandman from Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, as well as Rhys Ifans as Curt Connors / Lizard and Jamie Foxx as Max Dillon / Electro from Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man films.

[187] Spider-Man: No Way Film spider man far from home was released on December 17, 2021. [188] Notes • ^ " Spider-Man: Far From Home". British Board of Film Classification.

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Our friendly neighborhood Super Hero decides to join his best friends Ned, MJ, and the rest of the gang on a European vacation. However, Peter's plan to leave super heroics behind for a few weeks is quickly scrapped when he begrudgingly agrees to help Nick Fury (Samuel L.

Jackson) uncove. Supporting actors Cobie SmuldersJon FavreauJB SmooveJacob BatalonMartin Starrmore… Film spider man far from home RevoloriMarisa TomeiJake GyllenhaalAngourie RiceNuman AcarRemy Hii Producers Kevin FeigeAmy Pascal Studio Columbia Pictures Rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned) Content advisory Violencefoul languagealcohol use Purchase rights Stream instantly Details Format Prime Video (streaming online video) Devices Available to watch on supported devices Until now the Sam Raimi ones got Spider-Man right the most.

I had a problem at first with MJ being an outcast named Michelle and not a redhead. However, to me Kirsten Dunst’s was too bitchy and changeable. Zendaya’s MJ has grown on me because she’s less conceited. While her scenes with Peter are more cute and funny. Than how stand offish MJ could be in Spider-Man 2 and 3 to Peter. While the Mysterio scenes just blew me away and definitely do him justice.

Jake Gyllenhaal did an excellent job. All the Iron Man tributes will make fans happy as well. The whole school trip idea sounded lame to me though. Then you have Peter trying to avoid his hero duties, just to get closer to MJ.

Also to relax after all the Infinity Stone drama. However, Spider-Man Far From Home just might be the best Spider-Man. The last one was good but over-rated. It just felt like a light introduction to me. This film definitely made a better impression on me. 275 people found this helpful My 14 year old son loved it.

I'm 52 and this movie was total garbage. I guess they're not aiming for a wide audience as this was intellectually bankrupt. Nothing but computer generated effects, no story, a bad guy that was totally totally totally totally totally LAME, and a Spider-man that was a complete bore and hardly even wore his trademark red and blue costume. Add in lame jokes and this movie is a TOTAL DISASTER. Dumb, dumb, dumb, and stupid. This movie lacked a story, lacked acting, and lacked heart and soul.

ZERO STARS. 218 people found this helpful Like most people, I was excited to see the first Marvel release after Endgame, but was also slightly skeptical because of the time jump, Peter's overall character, etc.,). This movie completely blew me away. The CGI and effects were fantastic, appearing to be so real--which Mysterio is known for.

It also ties up loose ends from Endgame such as the time jump, which everyone in this movie calls "The Blip". I loved seeing the maturity of Peter's character as well as he steps out of the "friendly neighborhood spider-man" role and is forced by everyone around him to fill Tony's shoes.

I found myself getting lost in admiration with the movie parallels from Endgame, Iron Man, and even Sam Raimi's 2002 version of Spider-Man. If you're watching closely, there's even a little cameo of Harry and Norman Osbourne's condo building, as seen in 2002 and 2004's Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2. Romance is not lost in this movie either, as the directors gave ample time for all character relationship development as well. If anyone is looking to dive into the universe of Spider-Man, I would definitely recommend also watching Spider-Man: The Animated Series from the 90's.

This definitely helped me understand Mysterio and the upcoming villains in movies to come. Overall, this movie was fantastic and I look forward to seeing the next few movies from the amazing directors at Disney and Marvel Studios.

186 people found this helpful NOTE: This is not a film review; it's a product version one. Gets a 2 because I LOVE the film itself, but I don't love that there's no clear product description for this version.

I'd bought the digital copy of Homecoming with the bonus features before, and that one had all the bonus features in it--so, I had no reason to expect something different with this one. Really wish I could get back my money, but seems like there's no way return digital copies on Amazon. It would be best to buy the DVDs when they come out in October if you want to get your money's worth.

117 people found this helpful The Marvel Cinematic Universe is beginning to show chinks in its armor. 2019’s Captain Marvel I thought suffered from horrible writing.

I felt no connection to that film at all and was never excited about it. It was the first straight Marvel dud. Spider-Man Far From Home is supposed to be the finale of all those films that built up to the Avengers and then concluded with Endgame. Unfortunately, it too had some really horrible writing that destroyed what could have been a good film. The movie focuses upon Peter Parker and his class debate team going on a European tour. Nick Fury shows up and says that Parker has to be an Avenger instead of running after his school friends and MJ.

Fury introduces Mysterio who says he is a soldier from the future attempting to stop these monsters called the Elementals from destroying the Earth. There’s a constant tension between Parker wanting to have a teen’s life and his responsibilities of being a superhero in the Avengers, especially after Tony Stark’s died. That latter point is brought up constantly with images of Iron Man throughout and Fury constantly berating Parker about how he has to be an adult and not a kid.

This was basically a coming of age theme. The major problem comes from some horrible writing. For example, After Parker and Mysterio defeat an Elemental in Venice they go for a drink in a bar. There are people all around them acting like two superheroes aren’t sitting with them exposing their secret identities. Some of the comedy works, and other times it’s just juvenile. For instance, Parker accidently sends a drone to kill a classmate while on the European bus tour.

To distract people Parker yells “Baby goats” so people look out the bus window while he jumps through a vent in the roof, destroys the drone, and then jumps back in the bus like no one would see him. That’s like a cartoon scene. They keep on having things like this over and over like people won’t mind the suspension of reality and go for these ridiculous scenarios.

It’s not like the whole movie was bad, but there were just too many poor choices mixed in with the good that it wrecked the entire thing. C 163 people found this helpful There has never been a Spider-Man movie like there's never been X-Men movie. No movie has ever captured the themes or feel of the X-Men comics that made X-Men important. It hasn't been done. Lots of movies have had 'X-Men' in the title, but they've all been weird Cliff-Notes written by people that never read the source material.

This Spider-Man movie is the first real Spider-Man movie that gets past the first issue of the comics. This is the first movie that actually gets into the most interesting aspects of Spider-Man's story. Being super-strong, fast, agile, and sticky doesn't help you when you're trying to have a human life. Being able to best weirdo, superhuman criminals doesn't make you happy.

Spider-Man in his classic sense is one of the most cogent and well-thought-out meditations on the nature of power. Spider-Man Far from Home is the first time that theme is really explored in movies.

45 people found this helpful I found this really competed with Spider-Man: Homecoming for best live-action Spidey film.

Far from Home is equivalent to an amusement park ride, just an onslaught of entertainment. The story takes a different path. Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Tom Holland), whose past films have been intertwined with New York City, finds himself on a trip across Europe, resulting in some really scenic visuals.

(There is one scene in the Netherlands that is just superb.) Also Peter Parker is on a higher tier of crime fighting, and it's a decent story arc as he has to deal with it. There are a couple of moments where this movie did some surprising things. Dealing with the events from Infinity War and Endgame is done surprisingly well. Be sure to watch through the entire credits.

Trust me. The entire film, like the last one, is pretty funny. More time is spent focusing on Peter's classmates and other supporting cast and they all really shine. At times, the high school rom-com part of this movie can dominate the superhero part, and I really didn't mind. Also glad we got Happy Hogan, who continues to sort of be Spider-Man's handler, and I'm glad that Jon Favreau's still willing to play the role given his busy directing career.

As with most MCU movies, the effects and visuals really stand out. There are a couple fights that are fairly different from past Marvel films. I'm both surprised and pleased that they managed to translate Mysterio's costume to film, dome helmet, eye-pyramid cape clasps. It's just that superhero films have historically cared less about accurately maintaining villain outfits and between this and Aqua Man, it's nice to see a change.

I honestly feel this ties with Homecoming for best live-action film. This is a lighter film, and I honestly can't say this was most experimental or deepest in tone or message. But, this is a movie that just wants to be fun, and it really does that.

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