Tom Holland Is Hinting At A Mysterious Character In A Very Cool Spider-Man: No Way Home Scene

MOVIE NEWS – “One of the best scenes I’ve ever filmed” – Tom Holland has described and praised Spider-Man: No Way Home, which included a mysterious character.


The third Spider-Man film from the MCU arrives in Hungarian cinemas on 16 December, with Tom Holland once again donning the superhero costume. This time the costume will also be tuned up from the previous ones, as revealed on the cover of the latest issue of Empire magazine. The magazine has now posted an exclusive Spider-Man article online, in which Holland reveals that he filmed one of the best scenes of his career on the set of No Way Home, and that it featured an unnamed actor.

Holland, who has a history of spoilers, was careful to say only that the scene in question featured four characters: his Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), Happy (Jon Favreau) and a ‘mysterious fourth character’. “One of the best scenes I’ve ever shot. […] Four people sitting at a table, talking about what it means to be a superhero. It was amazing. I watched the scene with my brother the other day and our jaws dropped.”

With the statement, the actor has got fans excited, with Empire’s journalist also taking a guess as to who the “mysterious fourth character” could be. Could it be one of the Avengers, who will appear in the film alongside the previously announced Doctor Strange, who is also seen in the trailer? Or – more excitingly – would it be Peter Parker’s former cast mates Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield sitting in that chair? Whether these two actors will return as Spider-Man in the film is the most exciting question for Marvel fans in recent months.

Garfield himself has repeatedly and emphatically denied that he was involved in the filming of No Way Home, with Holland now telling Empire: “I don’t know. I’m always in the dark. If they’re involved, nobody’s told me.”

Source: Empire


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