We wanted Miles to be kind of lovable. The most important thing for this scene to communicate is that Spider-Man, as a character, is always punching up. We start the movie looking at Miles, and then we end it with him looking right at us. We needed Miles to score a foolproof laugh at the beginning of the movie, right when you meet him. We had this idea that if he sang a song that was out of his register, it would make the audience laugh. It was critical that the song gag landed. We had a feeling it was because people knew the song, and they knew how he was messing it up.
We heard it as part of a batch of songs that Republic Records presented to us. His lines are delivered from either off camera, or passing. Jeff and Rio are both helicopter parents in some ways. We always wanted him to seem like he was a good dad. We had to have Spanish in this scene. Sometimes we overdid it. And at one point we underdid it. We spent a lot of time fine-tuning that stuff. We tried a lot of different versions of this scene, but sometimes the most down-the-middle structure works the best. That was the intention behind Miles and his old school, and wanting to go back to it.
The initial versions of this scene, in some ways, hit a lot of the same things but in a different order.
You saw Miles hanging out a lot with a specific group of friends that we no longer meet specifically. There was a dinner-table scene with the parents, and a lot of the dynamic of that was eventually moved to the scene where he drives to school with his dad. You had stuff about how Jefferson feels about Spider-Man. In those drafts, the movie started with him telling his parents that he decided to quit school.
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