From what we know so far the solution could come in the form of time travel, but we won't know much more until closer to the film. Well, we now know at least two of Thanos' victims are finding a way back, with Nick Fury and Maria Hill confirmed to be returning for Spider-Man: Far From Home. Besides that, you'll just have to wait until the sequel premieres in July of next year, or ask Tom Holland politely in any scenario whatsoever, at which point he will tell you the entire plot in great detail along with a few deeply personal secrets about himself. The character will be played by Oscar victor Brie Larson in future Marvel films, and has been rumoured to be the one who will take over as the leader of the Avengers post Phase IV. After all, let's not forget that Spider-Man, Nick Fury and Maria Hill all turned to dust at the end of Avengers: Infinity War.
The last time we saw Nick Fury and Maria Hill, they were blowing around NY in a pile of dust at the end of Infinity War, the final victims of Thanos' deadly finger snap.
As of right now, Spider-Man: Far From Home is shooting in Europe, which is fitting since the film is set in Europe (you know...far from home), and will see Peter tackling his issues (and presumably Jake Gyllenhaal) overseas.
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Not only will Jackson be gracing the silver screen in Far From Home, but he'll also be starring alongside Brie Larsen in the upcoming Captain Marvel; the period piece will feature a digitally de-aged Jackson, which will hopefully allow ample room for his nuanced talents to shine. That's why we can get a Homecoming sequel where Marvel Studios is involved and a Venom film that Marvel can consult on but is not tethered to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe. Jake Gyllenhaal is also all but confirmed to play Quentin Beck, better known as his evil, mind-bending alter-ego, Mysterio.
This news also means that 2019 will be an even bigger year than we thought for Jackson as Fury. How all of this plays out onscreen is still anyone's guess, but if you dig Jackson as Fury, get ready to see a lot more of him.