Set eight months after the events of Avengers Endgame, Spider-Man Far From Home begins by recounting the Blip – when Hulk’s Snap brought back those who died five years previously. This saw a comic scene of a marching band practice suddenly reappearing in the high school gymnasium. But what about the issues the Blip would inevitably cause? Aren’t there plot holes that were difficult going into Spider-Man Far From Home?
Speaking with The Huffington Post, Spider-Man Far From Home director Jon Watts said: “There are so many ideas we had.
“I was talking to [Avengers Endgame screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely] about twins.
“We were talking about what would happen if one twin blipped out. It’d still be twins, but one of them would be five years older, which would be really strange.
“Thanos said all living entities, all living beings, half of all of them, so does that include bacteria? Did half of the stomach bacteria inside of you disappear and people get really sick?”
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Watts added: “What would happen to people in motion if you’re in a car or in an airplane?”
“Obviously, they didn’t blip back in the middle of the sky and fall to the Earth because so many people would die.
“There are so many questions, but we just stuck with the ones that made sense in our story.
Asked about the aeroplane problem, he said: “I was like, you know what, I’m not going to touch that one.”
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He added: “That’s the thing. Everyone arrived back safely somehow.
“I don’t think suddenly people were raptured back to Earth and plummeted into the ocean.
“That would not be the happy ending that [Tony Stark] was planning.”
Surely Hulk would have made sure everyone was brought back safely?
Spider-Man Far From Home is out now.
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