Spider-Man: Far From Home – Tom Holland wants more diversity in the MCU


Published on Jul 03, 2019


The Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the force of things, it will introduce new characters that, according to Tom Holland, should make greater efforts to reflect the diversity of the world. In a recent interview, " in fact, the actor stated how the MCU should reflect a world that “is not simply the fact of boys white straight guy”.

“I can't talk about any characters in LGBTQ because honestly I don't know anything and it is out of my expertise, but I know that the future of Marvel will go in a direction inclined to represent the variety of the world, which is not simply made up of white boys to be heterosexual, but to many other types of people that should be represented,” the words of the Gay Times.

The words of Holland confirm that the project Marvel (already anticipated by the same Kevin Feige) to bring the new reality in this new phase of the cinematic universe, which started with the debut (surrounded by success) of the Black Panther movement and that will continue, with much probability, with the introduction of characters in LGBTQ more and more characterized.

As reported by new information published on the British Board of Film Classification, the duration of Spider-Man: Far From Home will be of 129 minutes (2 hours and 9 minutes): numbers that, at first glance, you may not say anything, but that should really be the lead at a height of 3,000 minutes of all the films of the MCU, with obvious references to a scene tear-jerker of Endgame.

Who (at the time) is not part of the MCU Avengers, but director Jon Watts would well close to the Spider-Man of Tom Holland, in a crossover that would definitely “something special”. “I found the Venom fun, and Tom Hardy plays him in a special way, I do not think so different from Spider-Man” the words of the director “I Believe that you could put together those two and come up with something really special.”

The events of Avengers: Endgame they have certainly left their mark on the young Peter, but, as previously explained always by the director, Spider-Man: Far From Home will still have a tone as “dark”.

“Yes, we are not in front at the beginning of a phase, ‘dark’ for Peter,” says Watts in Total the Film“, Despite having experienced the tragic and painful events that we all know, is the same Peter that always and, for me, it was interesting to investigate its reaction to the events of Endgame“.

Peter Parker returns to Spider-Man: Far From Home, the second chapter in the series of Spider-Man: Homecoming! Our friendly Spider-Man of the district, decide to leave for a vacation in Europe with his best friends, Ned, MJ and the rest of the group. The intentions of Peter not to wear the shoes of a superhero for some weeks are less, when he decides, reluctantly, to help Nick Fury to uncover the mystery of the attacks of creatures the elementals that are creating havoc all over the continent.

Directed by Jon Watts and distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment Italia, the film will be in Italian cinemas from July 10. The cast, which includes Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Zendaya and Marisa Tomei already present in the first episode, you add Cobie Smulders and Samuel L. Jackson.


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