Marisa Tomei, star of Spider-Man: Homecoming, TEASES Aunt could appear in a future project.

Following her terrible death in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marisa Tomei, who has played Peter Parker's aunt throughout Tom Holland's Spider-Man franchise, is speaking out about a possible future for Aunt May. 

In a recent interview with Jimmy Fallon on his talk show, the Rewrite actress shared her thoughts on a revival.

Tomei expressed her joy at returning to the MCU on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon when the talk show host asked the inevitable multiverse question.

As Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's cameo in the current Spider-Man film was likely the best-kept secret in Hollywood's history, coming in immediately after the tension of Ironman's death in Avengers: End Game

the actress observed how no one really knows what Marvel has in store for most characters.

 Tomei went on to say that she, too, had trouble grasping the complex multiversal theory.

However, in a previous interview with Collider, Tomei stated that she regretted taking on Aunt May's role because she was afraid of being typecast after playing the character in such a big-budget production

Leading her to bemoan her current situation, though she added that she tries to make the best of it.