It's safe to say that everyone on the planet has seen Avengers: Infinity War by now. When the final Avengers movie hits theaters next year, fans will get to see how their favorite heroes will defeat the Mad Titan. Thanos was able to get his hands on all the Infinity Stones with ease, and he erased half of life in the universe with a snap of his fingers. Several of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's most beloved characters were turned to ash in an instant, including Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Star-Lord, Winter Soldier, and Spider-Man.

Fans know that many, if not all, of the heroes will return somehow. The sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming, entitled Far From Home, has begun production and a Black Panther 2 is being built at this moment. In an interview with Fandom last year, Sony boss Amy Pascal and Marvel Studio head Kevin Feige spoke about Spider-Man Homecoming, and briefly touched on the sequel. Keep in mind that this interview was done before Homecoming was released, and the importance of one statement has only just become relevant now. In the interview, Pascal claims that Far From Home starts right after Avengers 4 ends. "What I think we should focus on is this Spider-Man who started in Civil War and then has this [Homecoming] movie, and then will be in the Avengers movie. And we are starting now the next one which will start a few minutes after Avengers 4 wraps as a story," stated Pascal.

Since Peter Parker dies in space, and Far From Home is shooting in London, it's safe to assume that Spider-Man will find his way back to Earth. Hopefully, he brings the infamous black symbiote suit back with him.