Check out the “Miles Morales” name drop Spider-Man: Homecoming deleted scene

The Spider-Man: Homecoming movie is released on DVD and Blu-Ray. The film included deleted scenes from the original cut of the movie, below I have linked an interesting clip from one of these deleted scenes that features Donald Glover who portrays Aaron Davis better known as “The Prowler” a high-tech villain who relies on his intellect, athleticism and equipment to complete his crimes.

 

The deleted scene is so significant, because it drops Easter eggs and hints that Miles Morales has been confirmed for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I had my suspicion but this confirms it. If you’ve read the Miles Morales graphic novel or comic book you know Aaron Davis is his uncle and in this scene above.

Aaron Davis aka “The Prowler”in Spider-Man: Homecoming is sort of like an anti-villain and just wants his high-tech alien gear that’s sold on the black market and as result of this he is trapped by Spider-Man’s webs. (Watch the movie). In the scene is is stuck t his car and is asking for help but everyone is ignoring him and as a result of that he calls his nephew to inform him their plans have been cancelled.

At the end of the sequence Prowler says “Yeah sorry Miles, I’m not going to make it…yeah I’m just stuck.”

 

This can only mean one thing. Ladies and Gentlemen: Miles Morales is confirmed for the Marvel cinematic Universe the question is when will he appear ?

 


Date published: 27/09/17

Written by : Joseph .O.

Source: (1) YouTube (2) Screenrant (3) Business Insider

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