Jimmy Kimmel left the world in splits after featuring a purported exclusive scene with Tom Holland from the upcoming Marvel movie 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' on his talk show. The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host also admitted growing up in Brooklyn reading Spider-Man comics, sleeping on a Spider-Man pillow until he got married and also went on to joke that Marvel allowed him to showcase the scene well ahead of the movie's release. In the four-minute long clip, Kimmel plays an employer at a dry clean store in New York where Peter Parker (Tom Holland) comes to pick up his cleaned new red and black spidey suit.
You can watch the clip below:
As Kimmel hands over the squeaky clean-looking suit in a clear plastic bag, he asks Holland a question: "Why do you get your pajamas cleaned every two days?" Holland remarks, "Because I sweat a lot when I sleep," only to be called a "Sweaty Betty."
Soon after, Kimmel mixes up the Spider-Man mask with those of Daredevil and Deadpool, along with Bruce Banner, who leaves his hulk-size busted trousers (remember the one he outgrows in 'Avengers'?) The attention then shifts to the TV in the store where a news report shows Spider-Man saving a bus full of senior citizens, and just when Holland fears his secret identity was exposed, Kimmel mistakes him to be an influencer, much to the superhero's relief.
"Are you on Instagram or Snapface?" he asks as the audience from his show breaks out laughing. "Can you give the place a lil plug maybe?" He asks as the screen fades to the title card which says, "This scene will not be in the movie," in bold.
'Spider-Man: Far From Home' releases July 2. The film follows Parker's life after the events of 'Avengers: Endgame' and will also open the door to phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. 'Far From Home' is a sequel to the 2017 hit 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' and sees the young web-slinger taking a vacation to Europe only to be whisked away by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) with a mission. He teams up with Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) to stop a new breed of supervillains called the Elementals.