Spider-Man: Far From Home Deleted Scenes That Could Have Changed The Movie

Scenes that were cut from Spider-Man: Far From Home! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Spider-Man: Far From Home is out on Blu-Ray and Digital now and with that home release comes a ton of behind the scenes goodies, including deleted scenes. It’s always interesting to view the scenes that were cut from the final movie and wonder if they should have really stayed in the final version that makes it to the big screen.

Some of the deleted scenes in Far From Home make sense to have been cut. These include some vlog style videos done by Flash Thompson. While the vlog bit worked in Civil War, it doesn’t work as well with Flash. Likewise, Peter’s t do list is hysterical and charming but is also a bit long and breaks up the pacing of the movie. Likewise, a catchup scene with the rest of Peter’s class, as he’s meeting with Fury’s agent, doesn’t serve any larger purpose.

However, some scenes should have definitely stayed in, such as Spidey versus the mob, a scene that made it into the re-released version of the movie. A scene with Quentin Beck acting like a total diva is also great as Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio was a highlight of the movie. A scene on the plane home may have been short, but it showed Peter finally sitting down next to MJ, cozying up. After that flight, Aunt May tells Peter that he’ll eventually grow into his new glasses, made by the late Tony Stark. So once you’ve seen these cut scenes, we’d love to know your take as to which are your favorites and which you think should have stayed in the movie, if any at all.

Featuring:

Entry 1 FLASH’S MOVIES
Entry 2 FLASH AND THE EXOTIC FOOD
Entry 3 HOMECOMING
Entry 4 PARKER’S TO-DO LIST
Entry 5 PASSPORT WOES
Entry 6 THE UNFINISHED BLIP
Entry 7 CATCHING UP WITH THE CLASS
Entry 8 QUENTIN BECK, DIVA

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