Video: 'Spider-Man' Star Tony Revolori Climbs a Tree at Comic-Con Bash, Gets Kicked Out Afterward

In a video that surfaces online, the Flash Thompson depicter is seen being yelled at by security guards while climbing a tree at Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con bash.

AceShowbiz - Despite not starring as the titular superhero in "Spider-Man: Far From Home", Tony Revolori showed off one of his abilities that could rival the iconic character. However, the Flash Thompson depicter opted to show it off at the wrong place and the wrong time, resulting in him getting caught in a little bit of trouble.

Tony was among the guests at the Entertainment Weekly's Comic-Con bash on Saturday night, July 20 at the Hard Rock Hotel Rooftop Bar in San Diego, where he participated in a truth-or-dare game. TMZ reported that Tony was dared to climb a tree that was nearby and take some pictures. It's said that he went on climbing a tree without hesitation and even made his way across some branches. While other party-goers were in awe of his action, security guards felt otherwise.

In a video obtained by the publication, three security guards rushed over and yelled at him to get down. One even climbed to tell him to come down, which he did afterward. Reports stated that Tony apologized for what he did and kindly obliged when he was asked to leave the party.

The incident aside, it was a big weekend for the Marvel franchise as the company unveiled a lot of new movies for the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Among them is "Thor: Love and Thunder", which will see the return of Natalie Portman as a female Thor. It's also hinted that Tessa Thompson's character Valkyrie will be the franchise's first LGBTQ hero. "As new king, she needs to find her queen," Tessa said during Marvel's panel at SDCC. "That will be the first order of business."

Other movies that were announced during the panel included "Blade" reboot and "The Eternals", the latter of which will star Angelina Jolie, Salma Hayek and Richard Madden among others.

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