Benedict Cumberbatch confessed that he improvised an important scene at the end of the recent ‘Spider-Man’ tape

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” It is without a doubt the most successful film of the 2021. And it is that the numbers speak for themselves, since added to the millions of views of its two trailers released a few weeks ago, its pre-sale, which began last November 29th broke several records and ranked as the second most successful film in the history of cinema, only behind the one made for “Avengers: Endgame”.

The great expectation for is largely caused by the return of the villains from previous sagas of “Spider-Man”, that will reach the universe of Tom Holland after a failed spell Doctor Strange and seek revenge against a Peter Parker who will also have to deal with the revelation of his secret identity.

Now, after three months of its premiere, Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Doctor Strange, revealed that he improvised a key moment in “No Way Home” that the director liked so much Jon Wattsthat he decided to keep it in the final cut of the tape:

“There was a moment near the end of the movie, where we were really trying to make that moment work, on top of the Statue of Liberty. Tom Holland was having a hard time with the script, before the reshoots. And then we did the reshoots and I came up with this idea, to show that I love him, I didn’t want him to make the sacrifice of being forgotten. Jon Watts was like, ‘That’s going to be in the movie.’ And I was like, ‘Okay, great. That’s great”commented.

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“You throw yourself into those huge sand pits. The remarkable thing I learned from Tom Holland and Robert Downey Jr. in Avengers: Infinity War was seeing how comfortable they were, just improvising on Aunt May. They did this thing that wasn’t scripted at all. I’m a pretty canon guy. It’s all about the text for me. Being free with that and having some maneuverability and being able to improvise on a big canvas was a real eye-opener.”added the renowned actor.

And it is that the overproduction of Marvel Studios and Sony already add more than 1.87 billion dollars at the box office, thanks to $792 million raised in the market United States and Canada already the 1,084 million dollars it has achieved in the international market, now being the third highest-grossing film in the history of United Statessurpassing the “Avatar”which accumulated 760.5 million dollars.

It should be remembered that “Spider-Man: No Way Home” managed to overcome billion dollars collection in just one week, becoming the most successful tape since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

In the case of Colombia, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” continues to be shown in some chain cinemas such as Cine Colombia, Cinemark, Cinépolis, Procinal and Royal Films. To consult the cinema billboard and the functions in which it is projected “Spider-Man: No Way Home” in your city you can CLICK HERE.