But the movie reference gags aren't the only things the actor feels are different when it comes to the work he did with the Russos - Civil War, Infinity War and Endgame - and his experiences with Jon Watts on Homecoming and Far From Home.
Now playing in theaters, Deadline reports the movie has a Tom Holland pre-film message which tells the audience to stick around after the film to see the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer that picks up after the events from The Avengers: Endgame. In the latest video, Holland tells fans to remain in the theater after Endgame credits to see the Far From Home trailer.
The trailer has not been played at theatres prior to their showings of Endgame for the simple fact that it would spoil one of the major events of the movie, and instead is playing after the credits of the movie.
When the Russo brothers said Avengers: Endgame didn't have an end credits scene, they must have just meant until Marvel took it out of their hands. Interestingly enough, old Hollywood movies used to show trailers after films and not before. Already the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailers hint at a vastly expanded universe, one revolving around legacy and multiverses. It's how they earned their title "trailers", for "trailing" a film.
As we get closer and closer to Spider-Man: Far From Home's release, we'll be getting more and more details about its story and what's going on with our web-slinging crimefighter. Parker soon finds himself donning the Spider-Man suit to help Fury stop the evil Mysterio from wreaking havoc across the continent.