Proof Mysterio Is Lying About The Multi-Verse In Spider-Man: Far From Home

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Shared June 4, 2019

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Finally, after showing us nearly every other major villain from Spider-Man’s rogues gallery - we’re seeing the friendly neighborhood web-slinger face off against Mysterio. Spider-Man: Far From Home will give us all the spectacle we ever wished to see in a showdown between the wallcrawler and the fishbowl-headed master of illusion. The only thing is, will Mysterio, AKA Quentin Beck, be played as a villain or a hero? As the trailer and pre-show buzz leads us to believe, it seems as though Mysterio, as played by Jake Gyllenhaal will be presented to us as a hero. But as with most storylines in the MCU, the situation is not exactly as it seems. We’ll likely see a heel turn from Mysterio before the story is all said and done. While he probably won’t have the same kind of personal connection with Peter Parker as the Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming, it appears that the Marvel team is introducing Mysterio as an ally so that his eventual reveal as a villain will hurt our hero all the more.

But since nothing is exactly what it seems where Mysterio is concerned, it’s highly likely that he’s also lying about the multi-verse. Sure, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we, the audience, have been shown some crazy storylines and plot twists - especially since aliens first attacked New York in 2012’s Avengers. Yet, we here at ScreenRant know that we probably shouldn’t take Mysterio at his word. So join us as we give you proof that Mysterio is lying about the multi-verse in Spider-Man: Far From Home.

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