Guess no one's reached Spider-Man saturation yet: The teaser trailer for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" racked up an impressive 130 million views in its first 24 hours online.

That easily topped the record other Sony trailers, including the one set by "Spider-Man: Homecoming," which was 116 million views in 24 hours. That movie, by the way, went on to gross $334.2 million domestically and $880.1 million worldwide.

Part of that viewership was surely people tuning in to get their first good look at Jake Gyllenhaal's caped villain Mysterio. (It's the "Donnie Darko" star's debut in the MCU. Welcome, Jake.)

In the sequel (which seems to be set before the the apocalyptic events of "Avengers: Infinity War"), Peter Parker (Tom Holland)'s European vacation is interrupted when monsters start wreaking havoc on the Continent. There's always some kind of disturbance wherever he goes, isn't there?

The movie opens July 5.

[Via Deadline]