Spider-Man: Marisa Tomei (Aunt May) wanted gay romance for her character

/ Warning this article contains spoilers on the plot of Spider-Man: No Way Home /

In updating the franchise Spiderman with Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017, fans of Marvel had the opportunity to see a younger version of Aunt May, embodied by Marisa Tomei (57 years old).

She was among the most important figures around Peter Parker, having even discovered his identity, which was not the case with his iterations in the franchises of Sam raimi and Marc webb. However, May had a dire fate in Spider-Man: No Way Home. While she had made up her mind to try to come to the aid of multiversal super-villains to prevent them from knowing certain death in their respective universes in the face of Spiderman, she dies in the arms of her nephew, killed by the Green Jester by Willem Dafoe.

Previously, the character had experienced a little episodic love affair with the character ofHappy Hogan (Jon Favreau). But before him, Marisa Tomei had expressed a wish to Disneyis that May have a homosexual relationship with a woman, to promote the cause LGBTQ +. In any case, this is what she announced to Geek of Colors :

“Before we had the idea of ​​a relationship with Happy Hogan, I had the idea that she could just be with a woman. At the beginning I wanted Amy Pascal (producer at Sony) to be my companion. I said to myself that like that, people can get to know her, it would have happened at the turn of a scene ”.

In any case, this is the definitive end of the character of May after his death in No Way Home. At the end of the film, To fart seems to start his life from scratch, in a dingy apartment, the same way as Tobey Maguire in the first franchise.

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