Life Spider-Man: Far From Home By WeeklyNews staff Posted on July 3, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Spider-Man: Far From Home is at the cinemas. If you have already seen the superhero film, then you may have noticed that many images from the trailers are not in the film. Director Jon Watts has an explanation for it! It appears that some of the scenes that take place before the Eurotrip are not in the film, such as a visit to Mr. Delmar’s Deli and a fight with a number of crooks and a chat with the police. Jon Watts for the ComicBookMovie: “Yes, these scenes are part of a montage called ‘Peter’s To-Do List’. They are the things he must do before he goes on a trip, such as going to Delmar to get a dual headphone adapter and a European travel plug. He has to go to a Used Products store to sell his Star Wars toys in order to have enough money for the trip and he still has to pick up his passport, and he has to knock down a giant crime syndicate… It will be a short film that we put on the Blu-ray. “ Critics and first box office scores Spider-Man: Far From Home has received a strong reception. On Rotten Tomatoes the film is at a good 93 percent, with a 7.52 as average rating. The film debuted in the States yesterday and raised around $ 40-48 million there. Last weekend the Marvel film recorded around $ 110 million in China.