It’s no secret to anyone that the talented actress Marisa Tomei has given a new twist to the image of the emblematic Aunt May, but this could be even more drastic since the performer at the time suspected a lesbian relationship of the character “Spider-Man: No Way To.” Home “.
Tomei revealed to Geeks of Color that Aunt May would have been more likely to have had a relationship like this than with Happy Hogan.
Hogan was played by actor and director Jon Fraveu, best known as one of Tony Stark’s assistants.
“Before they hit on the idea of an affair with Happy, there was a moment when I thought I might be with a woman,” revealed Tomei.
The actress didn’t stop there, even thinking that the woman in question was a key executive of. could be Sony pictures.
“Ben is gone and we were wondering who he could go out with. I really wanted Sony Pascal (executive) to be my girlfriend. You wouldn’t even have to identify Amy, she could be in a scene and I just say hello to her, kind of subtle.
No doubt, Spider-Man’s Aunt May’s lesbian relationship would have given a lot to tell.
In itself, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” has already become one of the most important films in history.
It’s already the second-best premiere in history, and it’s the first film to exceed $ 1 billion raised during the pandemic.
Reference from lanoticia