Tom Holland joins Jimmy Kimmel in Spider-Man: Far From Home's supposed deleted scene. In less than a month, Marvel Studios' collaborative film with Sony Pictures Entertainment will hit theaters, wrapping up MCU's Phase 3. Directed by Spider-Man: Homecoming filmmaker, Jon Watts, the wall-crawling hero's upcoming adventure will take him on the other side of the pond as Peter Parker joins his schoolmates on a rest and recreational trip around Europe.
Taking place after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Far From Home will also tackle Peter's grief over losing his mentor Tony Stark. With the pressure of being the frontrunner to take over the mantle of Iron Man, the young hero will attempt to leave his worries behind and enjoy the vacation. But things don't go according to plan when Nick Fury (Sam Jackson) hijacks the trip and recruits him for a new mission that will team him up with Quentin Beck aka Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) against the Elementals. Beck, apparently, is a superhero from another dimension as the Infinity Stones snap opened a portal that now allows multi-universe hopping. A new promotional clip, however, shows Peter running around and doing some errands, including picking his suit up from the dry cleaners.
In a gag for Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Holland filmed a bit with Kimmel which is supposedly a deleted scene for Far From Home. In the clip, Parker collects his Spider-Man suit from the dry cleaners owned by Joe (Kimmel). Several times during their encounter the young hero thought that he was busted for having an alter-ego, and each time, he gets away with lying that makes for a funny bit. Daredevil and Deadpool, who regularly team up with the web-shooting character in the comics, even got shoutouts after Joe took out their masks that are also meant to be dry cleaned. As Peter walks out, Joe pulls out the Hulk's expanded trousers, asking his customer to tell Bruce Banner to get big pants. Check out the promo below:
Kimmel's nightly show usually gets first dibs on Marvel Studios properties being under ABC, which is also owned by Disney. During the promotions for Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, they hosted an Avengers week where the cast members came in groups to promote the films. Holland actually debuted the first trailers for Homecoming and Far From Home in the same show. Just last month, the principal cast of Far From Home came in to talk about the project.
What makes the video so comical is the fact that Holland is notorious for dropping spoilers in real life. So seeing his mortified face every single time he feels like he's busted only to realize that he can get away with the secret is so fun to watch. Sony is getting clever with how they market Spider-Man: Far From Home as this new hilarious video releases on the heels of Holland and Chris Hemsworth's cross-promotional interview for the superhero flick and Men In Black International. Both films are slated to hit theaters in the next several weeks. With the film now officially locked, Watts and the rest of the cast can focus on the press tour for the film which will begin shortly.
Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live!
- Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) release date: Jul 02, 2019