'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Deleted Scene Details From Marisa Tomei
We all know how big and over-the-top live-action superhero movies can be. We have been trained to expect at least two action-packed hours worth of thrills, excitement, and drama from each new installment, and the latest release, Marvel's Spiderman: Homecoming, is no exception.
Of course, in order to deliver the best scenes possible, some stuff has gotta get cut. Recently, Marisa Tomei, who plays the pivotal role of Aunt May in the new Spider-Man, sat down with the Huffington Post to talk about one scene, in particular, she wishes hadn't been cut from the film.
The scene she's referencing would have happened early on, and it would have offered us a more nuanced look into the relationship between Aunt May and Peter. Tomei described the scene to HuffPo,
Of course, we would have loved to see this on screen because Marisa Tomei's Aunt May is one of the best to date (at least in my opinion). But, as director Jon Watts said of the Spider-Man script,
All we can do now is hope that Aunt May will have a bigger role as the franchise moves forward, which isn't so hard to believe given that surprise ending to Homecoming.
Indeed, HuffPo asked Tomei about the final moment in the movie that made us all say "WTF," and where she sees the storyline going after that shocking twist,
Fun for who?! While you get all the inside scoop we'll be over here agonizing and ready fan theories until the next movie comes out. Oh well, I guess we can suck it up if we get to see more of Aunt May.