Spider-Man: Far From Home
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Trivia: Samuel Jackson spotted that the eye patch his character wears in the movie switched eyes in the promotional posters announcing the movie in Los Angeles.

Trivia: Peter's passport has his birthday as 10th August. That's the date Amazing Fantasy #15 was released, where Spider-Man made his debut appearance.

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Trivia: When creating the new Spider-Man suit on the jet, Happy plays Back in Black by AC/DC, which is the same song that played while Tony Stark configured the first Iron Man suit.

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Trivia: The car driven by Nick Fury and Maria Hill has license plate MTU83779. This is a reference to Marvel Team Up #83 from July, 1979 titled "Spider-Man and Nick Fury."

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Trivia: Spoilers! Back to form for MCU films after Endgame bucked the trend, there are two post credit sequences - one features JK Simmons as J Jonah Jameson, reprising his role from the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies, only this time JJJ is a host for a conspiracy-fuelled website-based show. He airs footage from Mysterio outing Peter Parker as Spider-Man and framing him for the death of Mysterio and the carnage in London. The second reveals that Nick Fury and Maria Hill have actually been Skrulls the entire movie, standing in at the real Fury's request so he can take a simulated beach vacation in space...somewhere.

Trivia: Jake Gyllenhaal, who portrays Mysterio in this film, nearly took over the role of Spider-Man from Tobey Maguire for "Spider-Man 2" after Maguire suffered a back injury filming "Seabiscuit."

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Trivia: When May picks up Peter at the airport there is a car with the license plate AMF1562 - a reference to Amazing Fantasy #15 comic book from 1962.

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Trivia: While Spidey swings around the city he takes a selfie, referencing a feature of the PS4 videogame.

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Trivia: The black suit was also seen in Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse.

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Trivia: Beck talks about Earth-833, known in the comics as being the original universe of "Spider-UK." In the comics it was destroyed, as Beck claims happened to his world.

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Trivia: Flash says that he saw on the internet an article about Morris Bench, aka Hydro-Man from Marvel comics.

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Trivia: Peter's suitcase has the initials BFP: Benjamin Franklin Parker, Uncle Ben.

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Trivia: The big check has the logo of Synchrony Bank, which is the provider of official Marvel credit cards.

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Trivia: The red/black suit made by Peter resembles the one on the cover of Amazing Fantasy #15 from 1962.

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Trivia: Towards the end while Spidey swings around the city he passes by the same building where Harry Osborne lived in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films.

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Trivia: Backstage at the charity fundraiser, a poster can be seen featuring Crusher Hogan. Crusher Hogan was the wrestler faced by a masked Peter Parker faced in Spider-Man's first appearance in Amazing Fantasy #15.

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Trivia: Quentin Beck says our earth is "dimension 616." In the comics, Earth-616 is the "main" dimension the majority of Marvel comics are set in. He says he's from "Earth 833", which isn't of huge significance in the comics.

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Trivia: While Ned takes a pic in Venice, in the background there is a boat with "ASM 212" on it, that's a reference to the Amazing Spider-man comic book #212 where the Hydro Man was introduced.

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Trivia: Beck shows Spidey a dead Iron Man, that's a reference to the Marvel zombies comic series.

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Trivia: Despite Avengers: Endgame being viewed as the "finale" of the MCU to date, this is the official final movie of "Phase 3", as it's known. Producer Kevin Feige said: "As we were working on Endgame we realised that the true end of the entire Infinity Saga, the final film of Phase 3, had to be Spider-Man: Far From Home, because we lose Tony Stark at the end of Endgame. The relationship between Peter Parker and Tony Stark is so special."

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Audio problem: When Happy is talking to Peter in the kitchen at the charity event, from the angle over Happy's shoulder he's talking but the side of his face isn't moving, from that angle we should see his chin move up and down.

More mistakes in Spider-Man: Far From Home

Nick Fury: How's the suit?
Peter Parker: It's a little tight around the ol' web-shooter.

More quotes from Spider-Man: Far From Home

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