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'Far From Home' Director On Small-Time Villains

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Including B-list Spidey villains Hydro-Man and Molten Man in Spider-Man: Far From Home allowed director Jon Watts to up the action while highlighting lesser-seen foes from the superhero's expansive rogues gallery.

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