The latest updates and spoilers for "Spider-Man: Homecoming" reveal that former S.H.I.E.L.D. operatives, Nick Fury and Maria Hill, have been added to the sequel. Vulture reports that Samuel L. Jackon and Cobie Smulders will officially reprise their roles as they help Tom Holland's character, Peter Parker, stop Mysterio in his next adventure.

Cast member, Laura Harrier, told Cinemablend that her character, Liz Allen, survives Thanos's universe-wide genocide in "Avengers: Infinity War." The sequel will feature Peter and his friends on a European tour sponsored by Stark Industries. However, his vacation plans are halted when Mysterio steals one of Tony Stark's last inventions.

Nick Fury and Maria Hill in 'Far From Home'

According to Vulture, Samuel L. Jackon and Cobie Smulders will indeed return in "Spider-Man: Far From Home," after months of speculation and rumored news on the internet. The former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents will guide Peter in the sequel after the possible demise of Tony Stark in "Avengers 4." [VIDEO]

Peter, in the sequel, will feel lost and frustrated because he lost another father figure. Nick and Maria will do their best to help the young web-slinger on his journey to become the hero he was meant to be to honor Tony's legacy.

Nick Fury has been instrumental in guiding the Avengers in their numerous battles and fans believe that his wisdom and experience will be beneficial to Peter in the future. There are also hints that Spidey could become an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. [VIDEO] in the future projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

For now, Spidey needs to stop Quentin Beck in the sequel and he will be aided by MI6 agent Jessica Drew. He will also encounter Beck's partner Dimitri (The Chameleon) played by Numan Acar.

Liz Allen survives 'Infinity War'

According to Cinemablend, Laure Harrier believes that her character, Liz Allen, survived the aftermath of "Infinity War." Liz was Peter's love interest in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," but was cut short after Peter found out that her dad is Adrian Toomes (The Vulture).

"Did Liz disappear into dust? I think she's around," Harrier told Cinemablend. "I think she's sticking around. She's tough."

The Russo brothers were kind enough to offer several names of surviving MCU characters, including Peter's aunt, May Parker. But not everyone has been discussed, meaning, there is still a chance that Liz did or did not survive the snap in the movie.