Far From Home delivered all the heart, thrills, and goofiness we've come to expect since Tom Holland took over the webs in 's Captain America: Civil War. But, in all of the excitement, there are a lot of little touches in Far From Home you probably missed. Why does the shouty guy in the mid-credits scene look so familiar? Who's this Crusher Hogan guy?
Why does the "Stark Relief Foundation" sound so familiar? Who's "BFP," and why does Peter have his luggage? Read on for answers to these questions and more as we explore some of the biggest Easter eggs you might've overlooked in Spider-Man: Far From Home. A mighty Earth Elemental wreaks some serious havoc in Mexico during the cold opening of Far From Home , so we don't blame you if didn't catch the super-nerdy clue the filmmakers briefly put on screen to herald its arrival.
A license plate with only "" visible appears for a second near Nick Fury and Maria Hill when the Elemental pops up. This is likely a nod to Amazing Spider-Man 4 from September , the issue that introduced the world to the Earth-based villain Sandman. Sound like a stretch? Well, Marvel already snuck a few license-plate-based Easter eggs into the Far From Home trailers that didn't make the theatrical cut of the film.
Before the water Elemental attack is teased in the first "Official Teaser Trailer" from January , for example, there was a boat in the background with "ASM " on the side. It's almost certainly a reference to Amazing Spider-Man , the issue that introduced Spidey's "wet threat": Hydro-Man. Flash Thompson even tells his classmates about a guy who got water powers named "Morris Bench" that he read about on the Internet — another clear reference to the comic book alter-ego of Hydro-Man.
But that's not all! This probably refers to Amazing Spider-Man 28 from September , which marked the debut of the fire villain Molten Man. This particular UK plate was cut from the final film, but a similar plate number pops up in Prague in the theatrical cut: ASM It may look like just another random string of letters and numbers, but we're guessing it's a reference to Marvel Team-Up 83 from July , which featured a team-up between Spider-Man and — you guessed it — Nick Fury.
But wait! He awakens and begins to remember the events of the night before, which culminated in Nick Fury shooting Spider-Man and a woman who appeared to be Black Widow with a barrage of "anaesthetic bullets" i. It does, however, feature a seemingly dead Black Widow appearing alive and well in a S.
Hogan taunts Parker, calling him "a little masked marvel" and "shorty," but our Spider-Man-in-the-making, of course, easily bests Hogan. He also tells Hogan mid-fight precisely why he was able to take him down, boasting, "I have the speed, the agility, the very strength of a gigantic spider! We never got to see the MCU's Peter Parker take Crusher down, but this poster is a decent consolation prize, as well as confirmation that MCU Spidey likely had a similar origin story as his comics counterpart.
In the original Amazing Fantasy 15 origin story, Uncle Ben is killed by an unnamed burglar — the same burglar Peter could have apprehended following a TV appearance, had he not been so caught up in his newfound fame. Peter later tracks the burglar to a warehouse, where he captures him and leaves him for the police to deal with.
Peter realizes in the final panel, famously, that "with great power there must also come — great responsibility! If you're going to talk about someone's death, you don't want it to be a throwaway. In Far From Home , it's revealed that Peter is using Ben's old luggage, but the connection goes unmentioned on screen. If you look closely, however, the monogram "BFP" is featured on the suitcase in the scene in which Peter is packing for his summer vacation.
Blink and you'll miss it — and even if you catch it, you'll have to squint! Potts is listed here as the co-founder and chair of the "Stark Relief Foundation," which probably sounds familiar if you've rewatched Avengers: Age of Ultron recently.
The foundation's purpose, it appears, is to provide aid to populations impacted by the messy work the Avengers have historically engaged in. In Far From Home , viewers can assume that Pepper has donated such a large sum to help the homeless population of Queens recovering after "the blip. The brief-but-welcome return of Daily Bugle head honcho J. Jonah Jameson, played once again by J.
Simmons, is one of the many highlights of Far From Home , coming during the mid-credits sequence which appears to set up the next MCU Spider-Man flick. Considering that ex-Stark Industries scientist-turned-Mysterio lackey William Ginter Riva preserved Mysterio's high-tech handiwork for later use, meaning even more crazily realistic illusions could be on the way in Far From Home 's follow-up, having a paranoid conspiracy-monger like Jonah eager to smear a now-outed Peter Parker is a recipe for disaster.
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