“I’m pretty sure this guy is a war criminal now, but no matter what.”
Screenwriter Jonathan Goldstein recently revealed for Screen Rant that the original manuscript to Spider-Man: Homecoming included five PSAs from Captain America, and that an idea for one of the PSAs would have included the other Avengers. It seems the Avengers were trying to get more involved in public outreach, and given the PSAs featured in the film, did so with hilarious results.
However, it seems that the public was deprived of several of these PSAs because of the budget. During ComicBook.com’s #QuarantineWatchParty for the film, Goldstein revealed that even more PSAs should be featured in the film. “We had about five more of these educational videos with the Avengers in them. #QuarantineWatchParty” Goldstein tweeted during the event. Fortunately, many more of these side-splitting PSAs can be found in the Blu-ray release of the movie.
While it would have been fun to see the other Avengers show up in their own PSAs, it seems like the price of getting these actors for a fun cameo was not worth the money. Consider it Robert Downey Jr. was reportedly paid $ 15 million to film for three days after Spider-Man: Homecoming, it makes sense that there are no more cameos in the movie, and that Spider-Man: Far from home does not contain any of these beloved PSAs.
While Spider-Man: No Way Home probably will not have more PSAs, the film will reportedly feature lots of appearances from characters who have appeared in previous Marvel movies. In addition to returning of Tom Holland, zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, and Jon favreau, No way home will also be with Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, as well Jamie Foxx as electro, Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus, and Willem Dafoe as the Green Goblin, among others.
Spider-Man: No Way Home coming to the cinema on December 17th.
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