The latest updates and spoilers for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" reveal Peter Parker's first encounter with the former S.H.I.E.L.D director, Nick Fury. Twitter user fangirlonloose_ posted a photo of Tom Holland and Samuel Jackson on the film's Venice set.

There is also a new rumor regarding Jake Gyllenhaal's character Quintin Beck (Mysterio), and his ties with the super-spy agency. "Far From Home" will take place after the events of "Avengers 4" as Peter and his friends take a trip to Europe sponsored by Stark Industries. But he must become a hero once again to stop his new foe and regain his confidence back.

Spidey meets Fury

According to Screen Rant, the Twitter user's photo revealed that both Holland and Jackson's characters took a boating trip in Venice hinting the first meeting between Spider-Man meeting Nick Fury. Venice was the last location of the film for the production shoots in Europe, and they are headed back to the United States to film more scenes in New York and Los Angeles.

Nick Fury along with his right-hand woman, Maria Hill will assist Spidey on his mission to catch Mysterio. Fury will act as Peter's new mentor after the possible demise of Tony Stark during their final battle with Thanos in "Avengers 4." Peter will be in a vulnerable situation and feels the tremendous loss after Stark's death.

It is up to Fury to point and guide him in the right direction.

Spidey will also work with the MCU version of Jessica Drew, who is an MI6 agent tasked to bring Mysterio to justice. However, it speculated to be a farce as Drew is secretly working with Fury to carefully observe Peter's skills and whereabouts.

Mysterio was once an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

According to We Got This Covered, Reddit user Meme_abstinent claimed in a post that Quintin Beck used to work for S.H.I.E.L.D. before the events of the sequel. The Reddit user also added that Peter's new stealth suit in the movie came from the organization.

Gyllenhaal's character costume was spotted in several leaked bts photos and videos and it looked similar to his comic book counterpart minus the bubble helmet.

The Reddit user also described that way he kneeled in the picture, as he is surrendering to the authorities, particularly MI6 and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents.

It was also reported that Vulture and Scorpion will also return to the sequel, possibly setting up the MCU's version of the Sinister Six.

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