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Did No Way Home spoil you ?: Marisa Tomei told her therapist about the end of the film

Updated on 12/08/2021 10:30 pm

Little remains for the long-awaited premiere of Spider-Man: No Way Home, where many iconic villains from our arachnid hero, many of them from other universes after the multiverse was opened due to a spell of Dr. Strange that goes wrong.

That and little else is what is known about the plot of the film, which has kept a lot of secrecy from Marvel Studios. Therefore, any rumor or fanfic often causes the expectation to skyrocket.

Although the actors are not allowed to talk about the film, Marisa Tomei, who plays Peter Parker’s aunt, confessed that she told her therapist about the end of the film.

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In a conversation with YouTube BackstageOL, the actress who plays Aunt May said that there is great pressure around acting in a long-awaited film and not being able to talk about it, finding a way to free herself with her therapist.

“Only my therapist knows the end. I had to be under oath and I had to tell someone, ”Tomei mentioned with a laugh. He also indicated that in his family there is not much expectation or interest around his character in this production.

Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) first appeared in Captain America: Civil War and reprized her role in Spider-Man: Homecoming. (Photo: Marvel)

“Nobody cares except for my 6-year-old nephew. I mean, honestly, I don’t think anyone is very impressed with me. “

Will Aunt May die?

Recently, part of the soundtrack of No Way Home was leaked, where they found sad clues that could refer to a death scene or great catastrophe for Peter Parker or someone close to him.

Some have taken this to mean that Happy Hogan, May Parker’s romantic interest, would be struggling with the loss of this, and with what the actress mentioned, this could turn out to be true.


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