Spiderman: Far From Home has got a lot of secrets in chambers, which, it seems fans have already cracked. The movie is out in the theatres and fans are going more gaga than Lady Gaga after Oscar nomination for best actress.
The fans have analysed the movie very deeply and have come up with a very interesting theory. Let us break this the Da Vinci Code right here.
Spiderman: Far From Home and Star Wars fan theory
According to the theory, Spiderman: Far From Home is an indication that the blockbuster movie franchise Star Wars will now have different characters. Samuel L. Jackson is not going to play the character of Mace Windu anymore. But what is it actually that is making fans come up with these speculations? Let us find out right here.
I love fan theories, but can we stop diminishing Rey in the process? She's not a clone, or a Skywalker, she's not Anakin reincarnated. Luke doesn't need to come back to save the day, and she doesn't need Kylo Ren either. I embrace Rey as our protagonist and hero. #StarWars pic.twitter.com/CT9oNWuQ95
— John Hoey (@JohnnyHoey) June 27, 2019
The theory says that in Far From Home, Spider-Man meets Nick Fury for the first time. This is the first time Peter Parker is making a lot of contact with Nick Fury played by Samuel L. Jackson. They are both having fun and making jokes of Star Wars.
Cracking the mystery of Star Wars cast
Samuel L. Jackson played Mace Windu in all three Star Wars prequels between 1999 and 2005. And since Peter Parker is a high school student in 2016, it means he was a little kid when these prequels came out. So how could he not know that Nick Fury looks exactly like Mace Windu especially after he is claiming to be a huge Star Wars fan?
Well! The answer to that is that maybe Mace Windu will no longer be played by Samuel L Jackson in the MCU. There is another possibility that Paul Bettany is not playing the crime god Dryden Vos.
The changes in the star cast can be obviously very disappointing for fans. It can even bring the craze quotient several notches down. However, we pray that whoever dons the character of our oldies will do justice. Fingers crossed!