Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders, who play Nick Fury and Maria Hill in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, have signed on for roles in the upcoming sequel to 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'.

There's no word yet on when, where or what precisely 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' will be about as we all know how 'Infinity War' ended, so our guess is it'll be set some time after that and most likely focus in on... Spider-Man being... far from home? The sequel is currently filming in Europe, with Marisa Tomei rounding off her filming as Aunt May earlier this month and stopping off in Galway for the Film Fleadh on her way back to New York.

It's likely, but not confirmed, that Smulders and Jackson will have a relatively small role in 'Far From Home', however it is confirmed that Jackson will play a much bigger part of the story in 'Captain Marvel' alongside Brie Larson, which is due out in March of next year. The end of 'Infinity War' teased Captain Marvel - that's Larson's character - in a big way and there's been plenty of theories surrounding that whole scene, too.

'Spider-Man: Far From Home' arrives in Irish cinemas in July 2019.