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Tony Stark/Iron Man Has A Part In Spider-Man: Far from Home

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Spider-Man: Far From Home sees Peter Parker navigate the fallout of a world without Tony Stark. Far From Home is set in the immediate aftermath of Avengers: Endgame, where Iron Man died annihilating Thanos. Far From Home is a return to Earth for Spider-Man after the Avengers Infinity War and Endgame. “Our films are about people who are so grounded in reality — very real — and then when you get into the world of the Avengers, it’s a complete opposite show.

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