‘Avengers: Endgame’ Star Lexi Rabe Shared She Filmed A Deleted Scene For ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Spider-Man: No Way Home is playing in theaters now. And while fans are talking and debating about the film, we are getting all kinds of new information. With its runtime of 148 minutes, it is the fourth-longest MCU movie. Still, it’s obvious there are some deleted scenes that we probably won’t be able to see until the movie gets a Blu-Ray release next year.

Tom Holland recently revealed that a scene he filmed with his brother Harry, in which Harry played a small-time drug dealer was cut from the movie. And now, we know there’s one more deleted scene. Lexi Rabe, who played Morgan Stark, Iron Man’s daughter in Avengers Endgame revealed on Instagram that she filmed a scene for the newest Spider-Man movie, but that scene was cut from the movie as well. You can check the Instagram post down below:

The 9-year-old actress recently attended the premiere event of Spider-Man: No Way Home in Los Angeles. She revealed that she doesn’t mind that her part was cut from the movie, but she’s hoping that she will film something new soon. If we ought to guess, we’d say Morgan could appear in Iron Heart, a Disney+ series starring Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams, a genius young inventor who managed to design the most advanced mechanical suit since late Tony Stark.

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Lexi Rabe played Morgan Stark, daughter of Tony Stark and Pepper Potts in Avengers: Endgame. Although she lost her father by the end of the movie, she and her mother had to move on in the world Tony Stark defended with his life. Rabe’s role was particularly remembered by the fans due to the famous line “I love you 3000”. Interestingly, Katherine Langford filmed one scene as the adult Morgan Stark for Avengers: Endgame, but that scene was cut from the movie as well.

Spider-Man: No Way Home now plays in theaters.

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