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Tom Holland Hints “One of the Coolest Scenes Ever” in Spider-Man: No Way Home

| Oct 25, 2021
Tom Holland Hints "One of the Coolest Scenes Ever" in Spider-Man: No Way Home

In a new interview with Empire, Tom Holland has teased what, in his opinion, is one of the “coolest scenes ever,” in Spider-Man: No Way Home.

The latest edition of Empire has a deep-dive into Spider-Man: No Way Home, and during an interview with Holland, the magazine managed to pry a little bit out of him.

He talks about a sort of reunion scene that includes four different characters; Peter Parker, Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May, Jon Favreau’s Happy Hogan, and a mysterious fourth character that Holland can’t talk about. This, of course, led to wild speculation as to who the fourth character could be, with the most obvious candidate being Tobey Macguire or Andrew Garfield as their versions of Peter Parker. Holland told Empire,

“It’s four people sitting at a table, having a conversation about what it’s like to be a superhero, and it was amazing. The other day we watched the scene, my brother and I, and our jaws were on the floor.”

Ever since the announcement of No Way Home rumors have been flying about the film Spiderverses crossing over, and those rumors were only bolstered even more when the first trailer reintroduced Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock. While the other Spider-men are certainly the primary candidates, it’s definitely possible the fourth character is another Avenger that simply can’t be talked about due to story reasons.

Tom Holland has historically been notorious for leaking details and spoilers in Marvel movies, including accidentally spoiling his character’s death in Avengers: Infinity War. The actor has been surprisingly tight-lipped about No Way Home, and this is basically the most information he’s divulged on the upcoming film yet. He’s not the only actor, though, as Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner) has also shared his fair share of spoilers.

Spider-Man: No Way Home exclusively hits theaters on December 17, 2021.

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