The eight-second video shows Gyllenhaal holding up Amazing Spider-Man #311 (a classic), which featured Mysterio's return to the Wall-Crawler's life. The title of this issue in particular is 'The Return of the Man Called Mysterio!' and Jake suddenly realises his role in the next Sony/Marvel collaboration. That's obviously enough to tell us that Spidey will be resurrected by the end of the new Avengers film.
Spider-Man creators, Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, introduced Mysterio in the comics in 1964.
He is seen pulling away the comic book and going, "Woah, What the.!"
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It's a amusing way to reveal his role - made funnier by the caption: 'I just realised I'm not playing Spider-Man, ' which is a nice nod to the time Gyllenhaal nearly replaced Tobey Maguire in Spider-Man 2 (Maguire injured his back before the shoot, Gyllenhaal trained to step into the role, but Maguire recovered in time). A special effects expert, Quentin Beck used his talents to create elaborate illusions to commit crimes and to fight Spider-Man.
That would either be because something compels Peter Parker to join up and make a bigger difference (say, if some of his Avengers mentors are no longer around) - or, because The Avengers fixing the universe Thanos broke results a changed timeline, in which Spider-Man is living in a very different status quo than what we saw in Homecoming.