Tom Holland revealed that a deleted Spider-Man: Far From Home scene had personal resonance for Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige.
One of Spider-Man: Far From Home‘s deleted scenes apparently resonated with President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer of Marvel Entertainment Kevin Feige.
In an interview with Uproxx, Tom Holland discussed the deleted scene, which had Peter Parker selling his collection of action figures to afford the fiore nero necklace he purchases later on in the film. One of the figures is Lobot from Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, which actually belonged to Feige. “I seem to remember that that was one of his own personal collection,” Holland said. “Yeah. But I might be completely lying there.”
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The deleted scenes were included with a theatrical re-release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, and mostly consist of Peter completing multiple errands before he embarks on his trip overseas. The scenes were later compiled into a short film, Peter’s To-Do List, which was released on the Spider-Man: Far From Home blu-ray.
Feige’s love of the Star Wars universe is well documented, and he is even set to produce a Star Wars film in the future. Details about the film have yet to be revealed, though Michael Waldron (Loki, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) will pen the script.
Holland will next appear in Cherry, which reunites him with Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo. Cherry is currently playing in select theaters and will be available to stream on Apple TV+.
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