Epilogue film arriving in theatres soon

Avengers: Endgame has brought Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a nearby, yet like with Phase 2’s Ant-Man, Phase 3 has one final “epilogue” film to coming to theatres as Spiderman: Far From Home. After the universe-adjusting occasions of Avengers: Endgame, there’s much more enthusiasm for how Spiderman: Far From Home will interface the new time of the MCU to the one that continued it – and trailers as of now suggest there will be a few key ways the Spiderman spin-off does only that.

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Take, for instance, the way that one Marvel fan was sufficiently ambitious to look past the conspicuous story or character improvements that Far From Home could bring into the bigger MCU. It made a significant, intriguing numerical revelation: if the producers of Spiderman: Far From Home hit a quite sure objective for the film’s runtime, it will make a standout amongst the most epic (and shocking) meta associations between Avengers: Endgame and the whole Phase One through 3 lineups of the MCU!

As should be evident from the post by @AshBoio over, the 22 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that have as of now been discharged have a total runtime that is moving toward the number “3000.” Thanks to Iron Man’s deplorable storyline with his little girl Morgan in Avengers: Endgame, the line “I love you 3000,” has entered the overall popular culture zeitgeist with no trace of being overlooked at any point shortly. In light of Tony Stark’s demise toward the finish of Endgame, fans’ passionate association with the “3000” line has turned into a considerably more profound enthusiastic achievement.

Balance of the Spiderman to the 3000 theory

Spider Man: Far from home set up to make a major connection with MCU and Avengers: Endgame?
Spiderman: Far from home set up to make a major connection with MCU and Avengers: Endgame?

That presently puts the producers of Spiderman: Far From Home in a to some degree unbalanced position. On the off chance that they can get their film at around 2 hours and 9 minutes (as is hypothesized in the tweet), at that point they will finish a numerical riddle that will knock Marvel fans’ aggregate socks off, and make Kevin Feige look like much all the more a virtuoso reviled with information that he as of now does.

Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel are currently in theatres. Creepy crawly Man: Far From Home hits theatres on July fifth.

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Source: Polygon, Comicbook

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