Spider-Man: Far From Home will take its global setting to another level by first releasing in China.
Disney and Marvel Studios usually tinkers with release dates for their films. They usually do not release the same day. That was the case with Avengers: Endgame, and the same will happen for Spider-Man: Far From Home.
The next Spidey installment will release in China on Friday, June 28, according to Deadline. If that seems unusual, it is due to Far From Home releasing in the United States on Tuesday, July 2, due to Independence Day on that Thursday, allowing the film to release before that weekend arrives.
What does Far From Home‘s China release date mean, though? Spoilers will inevitably hit the internet before the film arrives in not just the United States, but any other country with a different day.
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Film details started trickling in for Endgame once it had its worldwide premiere. The same can happen with Far From Home, but a wider release in China will inevitably open the floodgates for spoilers to arrive on social media.
Either way, for anyone trying to steer clear of spoilers, use those Twitter Mute Settings to help or limit the use of social media in general. If not, and spoilers are not a concern to your viewing experience, watch out for any information that arrives from moviegoers seeing it earlier than you.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is the final MCU installment of Phase 3. It will feature the fallout to Avengers: Endgame and set up whatever is next in this ever-expanding universe.