SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME Deleted Scenes & Alternate Ending

SPIDER-MAN FAR FROM HOME Deleted Scenes & Alternate Ending


Spider-Man: Far From Home is an intense game-changing
movie that clocks in at over two hours long, but there are still some amazing deleted scenes
cut from the final film as well as a completely different alternate ending. Yippee-ki-yay, movie lovers, I’m Jan and in
this video I’m revealing 16 deleted scenes, cancelled characters, and the ending to the
movie you never got to see! I’ve got a new Marvel giveaway on this video,
so subscribe, hit the bell and let me know what you thought of Far From Home for a chance
to win! Spoilers ahead, of course, so take care if
you haven’t seen it yet. The movie’s writers Chris McKenna and Erik
Sommers have revealed there are deleted scenes with Happy Hogan where he’s “stumbling through
different descriptions” and trying to come up with a term of his own for Peter’s Spider-Sense. In the final film, however, it’s Aunt May
who gets to name Peter’s special power in the MCU. “I thought that you could sense that with
your ‘Peter Tingle'” The reason the writers chose Spidey’s aunt
to coin that particular phrase was to dial up the embarrassment factor for Peter. “Do not start calling it my Peter Tingle.” The worst thing for Pete is that May has also
told Happy and it looks like the term is gonna stick. “You get that Peter Tingle back online.” Before Peter left for his school trip to Europe,
originally he had a long to-do list of things that ended up being cut from the final film/movie. “Did you get your passport?” “Peter Parker here to pick up a passport please.” “Yeah.” “Any toothpaste?” “Uh huh.” “Take down the Manfredi mob?” “Yeah I did.” And there’s an awesome extended action scene
of Peter taking down the Manfredi crime syndicate. “You gonna be the next Iron Man, now?” “Well no, I don’t have time, I’m too busy
doing your jobs.” “Oooh! What?!” “I’m kidding, I’m kidding, look, keep up the
good work! Because I am going on vacation!” “I love that guy.” This deleted scene is a nice bit of street-level
action and feels similar to how Spidey took down the ATM criminals in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The Manfredi crime family are prominent Spider-Man
villains in the comics and hardcore MCU fans may also recall that they appeared in the
second season of Agent Carter where Joseph Manfredi was the leader of a bigger crime
syndicate called the Maggia. Also on the To-Do list that was cut from the
movie was Peter getting the “dual headphone adaptor” he wanted for watching movies together
with MJ, as well as a European travel plug, and toothpaste. For this he visited Delmar’s Store which previously
featured in Homecoming. “Planning a trip?” “Uh, going to Europe. It’s a school trip.” Remember in Spidey’s first solo film that
Mr Delmar thought Spider-Man was fighting the Avengers when he saw him taking on some
masked criminals. In fact, Delmar’s bodega was destroyed when
the criminal’s tech spun out of control during that fight. After the deli caught fire, Spidey jumped
in to rescue Mr Delmar and his cat Murph. And you can see that moment referenced in
the deleted scene in the newspaper cuttings that are up on the wall. Also chopped from the new movie was Peter
going to collect his passport for his trip abroad. “Peter Parker here to pick up a passport please.” That dialogue sounds like the writers were
going for something along the lines of the well-known tongue-twister ‘Peter Piper picked
a peck of pickled peppers’. Now, you might have noticed that this passport
doesn’t have any years on it either for Peter’s year of birth or for the issue or expiration
dates. The years may have simply been removed to
avoid potentially giving away any spoilers for Endgame. However, Marvel did mess up the timeline in
Spider-Man: Homecoming with an 8-year time jump which they had to retcon later when they
released an official timeline for the MCU. So, perhaps leaving out the dates is a little
nod to that? By the way, there’s a nice easter egg in the
day and month for Peter’s birthday on the passport. The tenth of August 1962 was the date that
Spider-Man debuted in Marvel Comics. Another deleted scene from Peter’s trip preparations
saw him selling all of his toys to raise enough money for the Black Dahlia necklace that he
buys for MJ in Venice. The scene had Peter getting a little emotional
because among the various toys that he was selling were some vintage Star Wars action
figures that were supposed to have originally belonged to Uncle Ben. The action figures appeared on the shelf in
Peter’s room in Homecoming, and there’s one character, Lobot, which is a favourite of
Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige, that Peter would have ended up keeping. Lobot is Lando Calrissian’s administrator
in Cloud City, and although he doesn’t get any speaking lines in Empire Strikes Back,
he does wear a distinctive-looking cybernetic headpiece which enables him to communicate
with the city’s central computer. The irony of this deleted scene is that although,
as we’ve known since Civil War, Peter Parker is a Star Wars fan;
“Hey guys, you ever see that really old movie? Empire Strikes Back?” Actor Tom Holland has admitted that he’s not
really into Star Wars himself and hasn’t even seen The Empire Strikes Back, so he doesn’t
really know who Lobot is. By the way, Peter scrabbling to get some money
together to impress MJ with a gift in the MCU reminds me of how Tobey Maguire’s Peter
Parker took part in a wrestling match with the idea of buying a car to impress Mary Jane
in Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man film. Far From Home’s director Jon Watts and Tom
Holland have both said that all these deleted scenes in New York were cut because the intention
was to get Peter and the other students to Europe as quickly as possible. These discarded scenes will be appearing as
part of a Marvel One-Shot, a bonus short film which will be on the movie’s Blu-ray release. There’s a moment in Far From Home where Nick
Fury tranquilises Ned with a dart in a scene that calls back to Captain America: The Winter
Soldier. Peter’s been dodging Fury’s phone calls so
Fury’s/he’s arrived in person to ask for Spidey’s help. And as they leave the hotel room, there’s
an amusing clip that ended up getting cut. “Is he gonna be OK like that?” “Might wanna turn him over so he doesn’t swallow
his tongue.” One location that Peter almost visited with
his classmates on their European tour is New Asgard, which is where the surviving Asgardians
settled after the events of Ragnarok, and where Thor and co were hanging out, playing
video games in Avengers: Endgame. It could have been fun to see Peter Parker
cross paths with Valkyrie, the new Queen of Asgard, and also check in with Miek and Korg
for an update on Noobmaster69. The movie’s mid-credits scene was pretty amazing
with the surprise return of J.K. Simmons’ J. Jonah Jameson as a conspiracy theorist
commentator for The Daily Bugle website, offering up one of his typically prejudiced rants where
he twists the truth about Spider-Man, saying he’s the real villain. Fans have been going crazy for this ending
as it brings back one of the most popular characters and actors from the Sam Raimi trilogy,
however, originally an alternate ending was considered that could have brought Anthony
Mackie’s new Captain America in for a post-credits scene or late on in the movie’s third act. In an interview with ComicBook.com, Marvel
Studios’ creative executive Eric Carroll said they discussed bringing in Falcon’s Captain
America “at the end, […] once Peter arced, and he’s sort of […] leading the team, […] maybe
he calls in a favour [from Sam Wilson].” However, this likely didn’t happen because,
as Kevin Feige has said, Far From Home is ultimately about Peter “getting out of the
shadow, not just of Tony but of the Avengers in general.” “Are you going to step up or not?” So although Mackie’s Captain America missed
out on debuting in Far From Home, he’ll be taking on Cap’s mantle for the first time
in his new Disney+ series “Falcon & The Winter Soldier”. You can learn more about why Steve chose Falcon
to be his successor and discover the future of Captain America in my other video. There’s a card for that here and in the video
description. Other characters that could have appeared
in Spider-Man’s second solo movie are the villains Scorpion and the Vulture. Actor Michael Mando’s introduction to the
MCU as Mac Gargan was teased in Homecoming’s mid-credits scene where he tried to find out
Spidey’s true identity. “This? It’s not on you. It’s on our little spider friend. I’ve got some boys on the outside who would
love to meet him. You know, take a picture, slice his throat,
put his head in a dryer. And I heard a rumor. You know who he is.” When asked by ComicBookMovie.com why Vulture
and Scorpion weren’t included in the sequel, Jon Watts said “We never really found the
right moment to do something like that. But […] they’re both still out there, and
[…] as we move forward with these films, we’re building out this rich world that we
can continually draw from.” Indeed, with Spider-Man’s identity now exposed
by Mysterio’s leaked video, Mac Gargan’s Scorpion is bound to take a very keen interest in Peter
Parker and he may try to get his friends on the outside to target Peter as he already
threatened. Before the film came out, there was also talk
that Norman Osborn might make an appearance, with rumours suggesting that he or Oscorp
are the new buyers of the Avengers Tower. Although we do see Spidey swing by near the
Avengers Tower, any indication of who may have bought the building has been cleverly
hidden. However, when Jon Watts was asked about Norman
Osborn, he explained that Osborn wasn’t considered for this film in the end, but that he is still
available for a future story. Jessica Drew, aka Spider-Woman, is another
character that Marvel was reportedly considering to make her MCU debut in Far From Home. Apparently, two actresses in particular were
seriously considered for the role. First was Shailene Woodley who played Mary
Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 before her character was cut from that movie. And there was also Olivia Cooke who you may
know from Ready Player One. Sources for The Hashtag Show suggested that
Jessica Drew was going to be introduced as a “Bond-girl type international agent” that
Peter would meet on his trip to Europe. Given Spidey’s incredible popularity, it’s
surprising that there still hasn’t been a live-action incarnation of Spider-Woman, but
hopefully that could change soon. One character that Jon Watts confirmed was
considered for Spidey’s sequel is Captain Britain. Clearly, Peter Parker’s trip to London would
have been a great opportunity for a potential cameo, especially after Avengers: Endgame
where Peggy Carter’s mention of Braddock hints at the existence of Captain Britain in the
MCU. However, according to Watts, they just couldn’t
come up with a “clever way of incorporating Captain Britain” into the Far From Home script
and their attempts to do so ended up feeling like “shoehorned in reference[s]”. A character that Homecoming neatly set up
for future appearances was Miles Morales. When Donald Glover’s The Prowler appeared
in Spidey’s first solo MCU movie he mentioned his nephew, Miles. However, Miles didn’t appear in Far From Home
primarily because the character had just had a high-profile introduction, albeit in animated
form, in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. Despite this, Jon Watts has said that Miles
could still be introduced in live-action in a movie further down the line. By the way, Tom Holland himself had a deleted
cameo as another Peter Parker in Into The Spider-Verse. A couple more trailer scenes I spotted which
weren’t in the movie include this one of MJ and the newly-in-love couple Betty and Ned
passing through customs. And there’s an extended scene of Peter’s encounter
with the Italian customs officer which was trimmed down in the final movie. “Questo?” “They’re my pyjamas. You know .. pyjamas. They’re bigger because.. That’s how I like them.” “Pyjamas, OK, that’s fine.” And when Hydro-Man emerges from the Venice
canals to wreak destruction [on the city], it looks like this shot of Peter perched on
the roof of a Venetian bridge was chopped from the film. The shot in the actual movie has Peter in
a different position and wearing a [purple] carnival mask. So, what do you think about any of these deleted
scenes and do you wish any had been included in the movie? Share your thoughts in the comments below
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  1. Would you have liked to see any of these deleted scenes or Falcon in Spider-Man Far From Home?
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  2. All of these scenes should have been included! I hate when movies shoe=w the best scenes in the trailers and then cut them from the movie.

  3. I would love to see MJ become a Spider woman or atleast a super hero so that her and peter could work together to fight evil

  4. Wow! This video is amazing 👍😊 The movie is outstanding too😍
    Glad to see you uploaded this video! Well done 🤗:-)

  5. I went to the cinemas to watch this and the clip after all of the actor/actresses names have been shown it said that mysterio took a photo of Spider-Man and b4 he died he told the news that Spider-Man made the illusion so now everyone knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man and they think he is the villain

    Which makes me so excited for the next one if there is a next one

  6. Far from home was awesome and I enjoyed it alot. The the only thing that made me not enjoy it at one point was when Mystro spilled Peter's identity as Spiderman.

  7. I love how they bring back the classic spiderman in the ending

    The spiderman who swings around new york,interacting with neighbor

  8. There will be SpiderMan: Far from home extended uncut movie is coming next week. Glad I can see this from Flicks And The City first. Thank you,

  9. Far from home is the best spiderman movie besides the amazing spiderman. And the scene where he uses the peter tingle to fight all the drones is amazing

  10. I think they could have kept a few of the deleted scenes in, at least the ones that were relevant to the story itself. I wouldn't mind seeing Spider-Woman or Falcon but like other things, I wouldn't want them to be shoehorned in.

  11. I feel if spider woman comes in then finds out who spiderman is then tries to like flirt with him then creates more drama between mj and peter and i dont like that (or i just read to many wattpad)

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  13. Will the extended cut even be on the blu ray? I know the scenes will be on the peters-to-do list but i prefer it to be in the movie and not a separate thing. I want to watch the directors cut because it is so much better to watch as part of the movie

  14. There was one particular scene that I was able to see them shoot in Venice, where Peter quickly reunited with his classmates right after that bell tower fell in the middle of the piazza while they were chanting loudly to Mysterio. Somehow that scene never made it to the final cut, strange that they literally took three hours to shoot it! Sad

  15. I know I'm a bit late watching this, but are you going to do a video on the history of the movie rights contention over the character of Spiderman?

  16. i just don't understand why they need to delete some scenes that's part of the movie?…if they gonna delete why they film it??…doesn't make any sense why movie makers need to do that…

  17. So some of Spider-Mans villians are: Vulture, Scorpion, Rhino, Lizard, Doctor Octopus*, *Mole man, Toad, Chameleon, and Sabretooth?
    I think I see a theme here
    No these are not all of Spider-Mans villians, and yes I missed a couple of *'Animal Themed Villians'*, I just think it's funny how many he has

  18. Did you all see the downloading scene(the man downloading something on her phone)i ithink that was the story in the part 2 of the movie.

  19. Did anyone else notice that in this video when Peter is a the rally thing he's in his homecoming suit when he's sposed to be in his iron spider.

  20. I rewatched the noobmaster69 scene recently and it doesn’t seem like that it’s Thor. I thought it was Thor talking to some kid with that name???

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