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“I think Nick Fury just hijacked our summer vacation” – Peter Parker

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And so, the burning question is finally answered – how in the name of Stan Lee can Marvel Pictures follow up the frankly magnificent Avengers: Endgame? Would they soar to yet another pinnacle of achievement, of would they fizzle and plummet, like a spent firework?

It seemed to me an odd decision to have a Spider-Man film close off the third phase of their Infinity Saga when, after all, the story had been told and concluded a couple of months ago in the box office record busting Endg