Spider-Man: Far From Home star Tom Holland has revealed a small tidbit about that deleted action scene that was cut in the final film, but was highlighted in the trailer with Parker fighting a bunch of mobsters in a restaurant.
Tom spoke with BBCRadio1 and briefly that it was called “the Manfredi Crime Family sequence”. Which could have a lot of implications in the future for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Spider-Man sequels.
HOLLAND: “There are already a lot of action sequences and we didn’t really need one more, which was the Manfredi Crime Family sequence.”
The Manfredi Crime Family was led by Spider-Man villain Silvio Manfredi aka Silvermane (appeared in Sony’s Venom movie) and was part of the criminal syndicate The Maggia along with connections to HYDRA.
The Maggia might have more to do with why the Manfredi was going to be in the film, the various crime families involved include The Silvermane Family (led by Silvio), Hammerhead Family (led by Spidey villain Hammerhead), The Nefaria Family (led by Count Nefaria/Whitney Frost), The Costa Family, and The Nobili Family.
We really haven’t seen the Spider-Man films focus on the mobster villains that Parker ran into on a daily basis in New York City, and more importantly, if they do end up tackling the NYC mob it could suggest we may eventually get Wilson Fisk aka The Kingpin.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently out in theaters.
SOURCE: BBC RADIO 1