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25 Questions Spider-Man: Far From Home Left Unanswered

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Spider-Man: Far From Home left us with a ton of unanswered questions! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Welcome back to ScreenRant! Oh yeah...there will be a ton of spoilers in this video if you couldn’t already tell!

With so much globe-trotting, high-flying action, and jaw-dropping illusions in Spider-Man: Far From Home, our minds are still racing from the epic conclusion to phase three of the MCU.

Naturally, once all of the green dust has settled, we just have a few questions to get off our chest. These unanswered questions may come in the future -- or could just be left to linger in the MCU stratosphere until Kevin Fiege gets asked enough times he finally delivers a straight answer. During the post-credits scene, we got to see the REAL Nick Fury aboard a Skrull spaceship -- more on that later. Firstly -- where is the real Maria Hill? Is she in hiding? On a secret mission? Or is she simply on the same ship with Fury, just busy doing her thing at the moment? A quick glimpse or appearance could have tied things up in a nice little box, but we’ll just have to wait for her next appearance to get more information. Is there a real multiverse? For months, we’ve been teased about Quentin Beck’s role in the MCU and the fact that the character proclaimed to be from another Earth -- essentially bringing the multiverse to the forefront of the MCU. Well, it turns out Beck was just a big phoney liar -- getting our hopes up in trailers only to have them come crashing down.

So let’s dive in to discuss characters, plot points, and some potential future storylines for Peter Parker!

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