While Gyllenhaal has repeatedly brushed off the speculation, he released his first video on the social media platform on Wednesday, with the short clip showing him reading an issue of The Amazing Spider-Man with the caption, "I just realized I'm not playing Spider-Man".
In the 37-year-old actor's first Instagram post, he jokingly confirmed what we all pretty much knew already. Now, the Oscar-nominated actor has finally put an end to the rumors.
It’s official: Samsung will reveal its first 5G Galaxy smartphone this week
The company didn't expound upon this other than to say that it will bring "next level gaming" to a new generation of smartphones. It's promising to run through the specifics of the mobile platform tomorrow, on the second day of its Snapdragon Summit 2018.
News broke back in May that Gyllenhaal had been tapped to play villain Mysterio in the new Spider-Man film, but both Marvel and the actor himself have been quiet on that - until now.
If you've always been desperate to see forever heartthrob Jake Gyllenhaal parade around the place in a helmet that looks suspiciously like an oversized fishbowl and a cape, congrats: because you'll be able to shove that very specific fantasy into your eyeballs real soon.
How to watch the 2018 Ballon d'Or online, TV
The men's Ballon d'Or winner will be announced today - and an inaugural female victor will also be named. The suggestion clearly made Hegerberg uncomfortable.
In October, the Brokeback Mountain star highlighted the "intimacy" of the new Spider-Man film. This time around Peter and his friends go on a trip to Europe where he has to save his friends from Mysterio aka Quentin Beck.
Mysterio is a special effects expert who commits crimes and fights Spider-Man using elaborate illusions, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Government must publish Brexit legal advice
Left-wing Labour said May's defeat next Tuesday would likely trigger a confidence vote to bring down her government. Hardline Conservative Brexiteers say May's compromise deal does not represent enough of a break with Brussels.
Spider-Man: Far From Home sees Peter Parker embarking on a global adventure and has been described as grander in scale and funnier than Homecoming.