(SPOILERS) Spider-Man: Far From Home Post-Credit Scene Changes Peter Parker's Life Forever

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Spider-Man: Far From Home is now showing in theaters and fans are flocking to cinemas with high hopes for Peter Parker's latest MCU adventure. The movie itself is a pretty good epilogue to Avengers: Endgame and having Peter wallow on possibly being "the next Iron Man" is really intriguing stuff. However, the epilogue also does something that a lot of Marvel films can't claim to do; change a character forever.

If you haven't seen it yet, we're about to dish out some heavy Spider-Man: Far From Home spoilers. Be warned.

After saving the day, Peter decides to take MJ web swinging and it's a fun scene, though Spidey's new girlfriend wasn't a huge fan of the experience. During the first post-credits scene he drops her off and prepares to leave, but a message from the Daily Bugle starts to play in New York and it has huge ramifications for Spider-Man.


Before dying, Mysterio decided to record a message and framed Spider-Man for the drone attack in London. As if that wasn't enough, he also framed the teenage hero and made it seem like Spider-Man killed him.

How can it get any worse right?

Well, at the end of the message, Quentin Beck reveals to the whole world that Spider-Man is none other than Peter Parker. Peter can barely contain himself before the screen fades to black and more credits role.

That's how you do a cliffhanger folks.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is now showing in theaters.

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