Spider-Man: No Way Home is less than two weeks away, and many fans are cannot wait to finally see what surprises this highly anticipated movie has in store. This movie is definitely promising a lot, both big and small surprises.
One of those announced smaller surprises was that Tom Holland’s brother – Harry Holland – filmed a small cameo scene where he played a drug dealer. Unfortunately, Tom revealed that that scene won’t be in the final cut we’re going to see in theaters soon.
So we hire Harry. We cast Harry. He’s on set. I go up to the stunt coordinator and I’m like, “Please just whatever you do with the stunt, make it so he’s upside down.” So we’re doing the scene. Harry’s upside down swinging back and forth. Bless him, he’s doing a really good job. And as the day’s going on he’s got these lines and he’s starting to forget his lines and his eyes are about to pop out of his head. So we’re driving home that day and I was actually really proud of him. But he’s driving home that day and he’s like “Mate you can complain as much as you want. That is brutal.” But the icing on the cake, and I don’t think he actually knows this. We saw the film the other day. And they’ve cut the scene. It’s not in the film.Tom Holland
This situation reminds us a lot of when Katherine Langford was cast as older Morgan Stark, Tony Stark’s daughter in Avengers Endgame. The scene in which Tony saw Morgan after his snap (just like Thanos saw Gamora in Infinity War) was filmed but didn’t make it into the final cut. Many fans complained about it, but Marvel thought it would be too many emotional scenes at the very end of Endgame.
Tom Holland returns in his third solo movie as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Spider-Man will join forces with Doctor Strange to fix the damage Mysterio left after his death in Far From Home. Spider-Man will face five different villains from all across the Multiverse, and all of these villains are returning from either Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy or Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man duology.
According to the newest reports, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be 150 minutes long. Only one minute longer than Avengers: Infinity War, but still behind Eternals and Avengers Endgame. We are counting the last days until the premiere.
Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: No Way Home will be released on December 17, 2021.