Tom Holland’s ‘Passionate Sex Scene’ Idea for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Gets Rejected

During an interview with Capital FM, the Peter Parker depicter talks about his contributions to the upcoming Spider-Man movie, in which he’s ‘really’ involved ‘not just as an actor.’

AceShowbiz -Almost all MCU movies are rated PG-13 and will likely remain so while they are properties of Disney, but Tom Holland apparently fails to notice it. Having starred in a number of Marvel films since his first appearance as Spider-Man in “Captain America: Civil War“, the actor has come up with a steamy idea for “Spider-Man: No Way Home” only to get turned down by the studio.

In an interview with Capital FM which has been posted on TikTok, the British stud talked about his contributions to the upcoming movie. “I mean I was writing scenes, and writing ideas, and coming up with set pieces, and just sending them off to Marvel,” so he claimed.

Admitting that not all of his ideas were approved, he continued, “And a lot of them they were like ‘No dude, that’s a terrible idea.’ But then there were a couple they took and they’re in the movie and stuff, so it’s a movie that I’m like really, really, involved in, not just as an actor.”

The host then asked Holland what one big idea that he really wanted for the movie but Marvel said no to. That’s when he quipped, “I said ‘I think we should have a really passionate sex scene,’ and they’re like no, I don’t think so.’ ” He then went on joking about how he would’ve gone “method” for shooting that particular steamy scene.

Filming on “Spider-Man: No Way Home” began in October 2020 after being pushed back from its original start date of mid-2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Filming wrapped in March and the movie is scheduled to hit theaters across the nation on December 17.

In addition to Holland, Zendaya Coleman, J. B. Smoove, Jacob Batalon and Marisa Tomei are all confirmed to return for the threequel. Jon Watts is also back at the helm, with the script written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers.

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