Jake Gyllenhaal Finally Admits To Playing Mysterio In "Spider-Man: Far From Home"

Jake Gyllenhaal was noticed on set for Spider-Man: Far From Home earlier this 12 months, and followers already discerned who he could be taking part in. The costume was a lifeless giveaway that Gyllenhaal was taking part in the villain Mysterio, and different leaks helped verify that casting. Mysterio makes use of a mixture pyrotechnics, hallucinogens, and projections to create false realities. In the Old Man Logan storyline, Mysterio tricked Wolverine into killing all the X-Men. That kind deception and mayhem will likely be attention-grabbing to look at in a Marvel film. Think probably Inception type visuals with Westworld stage plot twists. 

Jake Gyllenhaal Finally Admits To Playing Mysterio In "Spider-Man: Far From Home"
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Gyllenhaal posted on Instagram for the primary time ever on Wednesday, and he lastly admits to taking part in the villain. We all know Marvel is ridiculously cautious with regards to spoilers, so it is doable that he signed a clause that forbade him from saying something till now. Gyllenhaal posted a video himself studying a Spider-Man comedian guide the place Mysterio is featured because the villain. The comedian takes up your entire display, however Gyllenhaal slowly lowers it in shock. “I simply realized I am not taking part in Spider-Man,” he captioned the submit. After Captain Marvel touches down in March, after which we get the conclusion the Thanos storyline in Avengers four in May, Spider-Man: Far From Home will contact down on July 5, 2019.

"Spider-Man: Far From Home" Will Feature Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury

Looks like Samuel L. Jackson isn’t finished with the Marvel Cinematic Universe just yet. 

Vulture confirms that the upcoming Spider-Man sequel will add the capable talents Samuel L., who is set to once again reprise his role as Nick Fury. He’ll also be joined by the stalwart presence Cobie Smulders, who has consistently held it down as Shield’s Maria Hill. Though Infinity War found Jackson’s Fury and Smulder’s Hill both dissipating into nothingness courtesy the Mad Titan, it would appear that they’ll ultimately find themselves on the winning side. As will Spidey, for that matter, who previously suffered a tragic “death” in the arms mentor Tony Stark. Well, guess everyone’s getting out that one unscathed. 

Not only will Jackson be gracing the silver screen in Far From Home, but he’ll also be starring alongside Brie Larsen in the upcoming Captain Marvel; the period piece will feature a digitally de-aged Jackson, which will hopefully allow ample room for his nuanced talents to shine. As for the Spidey sequel, it would appear that we’re looking at a stacked cast indeed. Jake Gyllenhaal has already been confirmed, and Michael Keaton is rumored to make a return as the incarcerated Vulture.

Stay tuned for Spider-Man: Far From Home, dropping July 5, 2019.