Sony finally released Spider-Man: Far from Home trailer we've been waiting for, and in retrospect I wish I hadn't seen it. That's because Sony is not trying too hard to spoil Avengers: Endgame and at the same time slips into small teasers that largely destroyed it all. I would not blame you if you had lots of questions for Peter Parker and the gang because Sony included lots of information that still needs to be explained. For example, how is it that aunt knows about Parker's secret identity? And how does she and Happy seem so friendly together? Also, how does Peter get back his costume, considering that he left it at home? It turns out that there is more Father from Home footage that we did not see, and it gives us an answer to the great mystery of Peter's spider suit.
If you've seen the first Far from home trailer, you know that Peter will be traveling to Europe on vacation with friends, to forget about guarding the neighborhood for some time. He leaves his Spider-Man suit at home, but certain events involving a bunch of Elementals unfold in Europe so he has to act. The trailer shows us not one, but two other Spider-Man costumes that we haven't seen before. But it doesn't explain where he got them. It is easy to assume that either Happy, who has a jet ready, or Nick Fury, who is also a beautiful resourceful guy, could have brought all Spider-Man gear that Peter might require. Here is the first trailer again:
But it turns out that there is a much simpler explanation than that: Aunt May. You see, as she knows Peter is Spider-Man and she is much wiser than a teenager, she inspects her room or luggage for Europe's trip to make sure he takes the Spider-Man outfit with him.  How do we know that? Now it turns out that Sony has released a shorter 2-minute version of the trailer to international markets and it has some different footage in it. It is a completely different piece and it contains scenes that are not seen in the main trailer:
The international trailer starts with a scene where Peter must open his case and show it to a customs agent in Europe. On top of his stuff is the Spider-Man costume that can pack him, as well as a note from his aunt who says he almost forgot it. Fortunately for Parker, the policeman worries more about banana than costume.
What is even more interesting is that another version of the trailer can show Peter explaining that the suit is pajamas:
Sony released the first trailer and international version at the same time, but it previously had over 24 million hits on YouTube at the time of this writing while the international clip only had about 1.3 million views. Far from Home hits theaters on July 5, so we will probably see many other trailers and TV spots for it in the coming months.