The latest updates and spoilers for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" reveal that Peter Parker will likely end up joining S.H.I.E.L.D. in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Screen Rant theorized that Peter's encounter with Nick Fury in the movie will open new doors for the next chapter of the web-slinger's story.

New cast member, Numan Acar, announced that Fury's right-hand woman, Maria Hill, will appear in the movie. "Far From Home" will take place after the events of "Avengers 4" and it is the first movie in MCU's phase 4 projects. It features Peter and his friends going on a sponsored trip to Europe, but their trip will be met with danger as Mysterio steals Tony Stark's last invention and it is up to Spidey to stop him.

Maria Hill joins 'Far From Home' movie

According to Digital Spy, Numan Acar announced that Cobbie Smulders will reprise her role as Maria Hill in "Spider-Man: Far From Home," via Instagram. He also revealed that Jake Gyllenhaal has been cast as Quinten Beck (Mysterio) and his role as Dimitri (Chameleon) in the movie.

Maria Hill is Nick Fury's second-in-command within S.H.I.E.L.D. and helped the organization fight internal and external threats from terrorist group HYDRA to the alien Chitauri. Both Hill and Fury were seen in the post-credits scene of "Avengers: Infinity War" as the victims of Thanos's universe-wide genocide after using the full power of the Infinity Stones.

It was previously reported that Fury will serve as Peter's new mentor in the MCU after Tony Stark sacrificed himself to save the whole universe from Thanos and Infinity Stones.

Peter will feel lost and guilt over the death of Tony, and it will test his resolve as a hero in the "Homecoming" sequel.

Spidey as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.?

According to Screen Rant, Spider-Man will likely end up joining the revamped S.H.I.E.L.D. under the leadership of Nick Fury. Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige stated that "Far From Home" will introduce audiences and comic book fans to the next incarnation of the MCU and Spidey will inspire other young superpowered individuals to become a hero.

The Website also added that Spidey's invitation to the new S.H.I.E.L.D. will have something to do with Avengers' second disbandment after Tony's death. The super-spy agency has been around the MCU since the first "Iron Man" film and they have been secretly saving the world in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." TV series led by agent Phil Coulson.