Peter Copes With 'Endgame' Spoilers in New 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Trailer

I haven’t seen the movie yet but I have never been someone who cares about not getting spoiled. In fact, the shows and movies I was obsessed with in the past were always the things I aggressively sought out spoilers for the most. It’s never bothered me or hurt my enjoyment of anything to know what happens in it, and it’s kind of impossible not to know what happened in Endgame by now anyway, so I watched the trailer freely and unconcernedly. The thing I liked about the last Spider-Man movie was the high school stuff and the kids though, so I couldn’t care less about the action plot or the villain. It looks fun, but I’m hoping it has more in that vein than it’s suggesting. I don’t care about Nick Fury at all. I could take an entire Spider-Man movie about him hanging out at school, occasionally stopping neighborhood criminals, while dealing with teen stuff.