The latest updates for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" reveal a possible image of Peter Parker's new suit in the sequel. Instagram user Daily Spider-Man posted a behind-the-scenes photo of his new suit and many comic book fans speculated that it could be the Stealth Suit (a.k.a. Big Time) from the comics.

"Nocturnal Animals" star Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his role in the sequel and his opinions on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "Far From Home" will take place after the fourth "Avengers" film as Peter Parker copes with the aftermath of their war with Thanos and the Infinity Stones.

Peter on his friends go to Europe, but things get complicated when Mysterio steals Tony Stark's last invention.

The 'Big Time' suit leaked online

According to Screen Rant, the leaked bts photo from Daily Spider-Man's Instagram page pointed out that the suit is all-black and it is not the fan-favorite black symbiote suit. Many comic book fans speculated that its the Stealth suit from the Spider-Man comic book arc, "Big Time." However, it is hard to tell whether that is actually a new suit due to the blurry, black and white background of the picture.

In the story arc, Peter Parker made the suit during his time at Horizon Labs and used it to defeat the new Hobgoblin. Its fabric allows Peter to blend in with his surroundings and has an EMP-like device that can disable security systems.

The suit can also change colors, which was used by Kaine Parker to become the new Scarlet Spider.

The MCU already introduce three Spidey suits starting with his homemade suit, followed by the Stark suit from "Captain America: Civil War," and the Iron Spider suit from "Avengers: Infinity War." The sequel will start out with Peter's Stark suit but "Ant-Man and The Wasp" costume designer, Louis Frogley, told India West in a previous interview that Peter's new outfit will reflect his growth and maturity into a hero he wants to be.

Former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Nick Fury and Maria Hill are added to the movie and they will serve as Spidey's new mentors after Tony Stark's heroic sacrifice in the MCU.

Jake Gyllenhaal on joining the MCU

Jake Gyllenhaal talked about what it means to work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as he told French publication L'essentiel (via Express UK) that he is fascinated by how these characters connect to audiences and how their stories are related to everyday struggles.

“The idea of heroes and superheroes is… important, especially in the world around us," Gyllenhaal said. “I love the way Marvel Studios are approaching Avengers because they’re not afraid to upset the established rules. That the superheroes are of different sexes and colors of skin, it gives a strong message to young people."

Gyllenhaal has been cast as Mysterio in the sequel and he will steal Tony's last invention in the film. He also has an accomplice in the film as "Alladin" actor Numan Acar has been cast to play Dmitri Smerdyakov (Chameleon) in the film.

"Spider-Man: Far From Home" will premiere in cinemas on July 5, 2019.