The home fight scenes that have no way are very violent, says Tom Holland

This after calling the ending “happy with bittersweet”? We’re getting dangerously close to vandals, Tom!

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Tom Holland was particularly adept at protecting ‘s secret Spider-Man: Far From Home on this press tour, despite the questions lingering around Will he be back for a new trilogy?, and countless rumors regarding two other Spider-Mans, Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. But the more he talks, especially recently, the more the gap between the lines has widened. In his latest allusion to the potential fate of Spider-Man and/or his friends, he describes the latest MCU installment as “very violent” to TV Globo.

In Holland’s words:

“There are some fight scenes in this movie that are very violent. And it’s a different fighting style from what we’ve seen before. But you’ll actually see Spider-Man using his fists in a situational situation. ‘fight or flight’ situation.”

One of the stark differences from previous Spidey films is the relatively violent redress of the Spider-Man installments in the MCU. Relatively speaking, of course – there’s no end to hanging, shooting, and Mysterio even shooting himself Spider-Man: Far From Home – but compare it to Maguire’s Spidey tormenting the bad guys with fists and wrestling “Macho Man” Randy Savage (“boneaaaaw!”) and yes, it’s pretty quiet. The tone is definitely more playful.

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Along with a bunch of villains from the Spidey movies of the century, like Albert MolinaDoc Ock and Willem DafoeGreen Goblins, There is no way home also see the return of Zendaya like MJ, Jacob Batalon like Ned Leeds, Marisa Tomei like May Parker, Jon Favreau like Happy Hogan, Benedict Wong like Wong, Tony Revolori like Flash Thompson, and Angolan Rice as Betty Brant. Jon Watts returned to direct this third season, based on a script written by Chris McKenna and Erik Somers, both of whom penned the previous two films.

Spider-Man: There’s no way home in theaters on December 17.

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