Spider-Man’s Tony Revolori Reveals No Way Home Details You May Have Missed

Spider Man star Tony Revolori cleared the air about what appeared to be a conspiracy in No coming home.

In Tom Holland’s third outing, events are set when Peter, MJ (Zendaya), and Ned (Jacob Batalon) fail to enter Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). This is possibly related to the scandal surrounding Peter’s superhero identity and negative media coverage and prompts him to seek the help of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to set things right.

Knowing Peter, however, doesn’t seem to affect Revolori’s character, Eugene “Flash” Thompson, who enters MIT despite having written a book about being Spidey’s best friend. According to the actor, it has to do with Flash’s higher socio-economic status, confirming that he bribed her into college.

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“Not only did Ned, MJ, and Peter not get in, but they’re obviously from a lower socio-economic class. So Flash definitely got into school, and that’s how I was playing him in my head. “, said Revolori. The Hollywood Reporter.

“When we were filming, the whole college admissions scandal was unfolding as wealthy parents used bribes to get their kids accepted. So we joked that was the case for Flash. J I therefore imagined that to be the case, and this is a comment.

“But what I also thought was great was that Flash is a person of color, so it didn’t have to be a social economy commentary. and race; it just had to be a commentary on the social economy.”

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Revolori continued, “Whether the writers thought about it or not, there are so many ways to interpret these movies. Even the little characters have big implications.

“For me, Flash is a character that hasn’t been explored as much as I would like, and I want to explore him so badly. He’s a character that I want to do justice with and show more of what his life is like.”

The actor, who rose to prominence with the role of Zero in Wes Anderson’s 2014 film Grand Hotel Budapestwas seen most recently in the Disney+ series willow. It will then appear in Anderson’s city ​​of asteroids and the new chapter of Scream franchise, both slated for release in 2023.

Spider-Man: No Coming Home is available to purchase now from Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and other digital retailers.

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