He couldn’t have supported Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in Spider-Man!
Whereas Spider-Man: No Way Home hit the box office, Kevin feige reveals that one of its leading actors almost did not participate in this adventure: Jon favreau. The director of the first two Iron man, who has played Happy Hogan in the Marvel saga since 2008, disappeared in the original script of the third opus released in theaters in 2013. Discovering the fate of his character, he asked the producer, as well as the director who succeeded him , Shane Black, to keep him alive.
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“There was a small difference between the starting script and the final film: it was that Happy was dying.Kevin Feige explained during a Tik Tok session on the sidelines of the premiere of No Way Home, relayed by Comicbook.com. Jon gave us a note, arguably one of the most important in the MCU, which read: ‘What if Happy was badly injured but wouldn’t die?’. ” Favreau being present alongside the boss of the studio, he confirms having himself asked to be able to stay within this super-heroic universe: “He’s not lying, it’s true! Completely true. They accepted my request, and I’m so happy to be a part of this adventure, to be with Tom Holland from the start. It’s a real pleasure. to work with him, but also with Jon Watts (the director of the new Spiderman, editor’s note), who has a lot of talent. It’s just plain fun to continue this relationship with the MCU. It’s a big part of my life, and all of these people I work with have become my friends. Since 2006 … It’s a wonderful collaboration and a beautiful friendship. It’s great to be part of the trilogy Spiderman, as well as Avengers. “
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We can therefore find Happy in No Way Home, currently at the cinema. Trailer :
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