time ago, Tom Holland hinted that Spider-Man: No Way Home it could become his last film as the heroic wall-crawler. Of course—almost immediately—producer Amy Pascal revealed that there was talk of a potential new spider trilogy, with Holland equally involved. So, between yes and between no, the filmic future of Spider-Man remains unclear. But if he did say goodbye to the character, the British actor would do so with his head held high, particularly thanks to the most recent film’s exciting crossover.
This week emerged a first video interview that reunited Tom Holland with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, who gave life to their respective and famous versions of Spidey in Spider-Man: No Way Home. And it was in the presence of his co-stars—and predecessors in the “spider-verse”— that Holland admitted how much he treasures having shared a screen with them.
“Playing Spider-Man can be a pretty alienating experience. And we’re the only three guys who’ve done it. So sharing that with you two has been such a wonderful experience, one of which I have such incredible memories.” «Part of me feels like this is the perfect time to jump off the building, swing off into the sunset, and let the next lucky guy come in and put on his suit.«.
In November 2021, the twentysomething actor declared that he would frown on continuing to play Peter Parker at the age of thirty. Consequently, he does not rule out soon handing over the post to a new interpreter, and even proposed that Miles Morales’ Spider-Man be the next to adapt to the land of the live action. However, that did not mean that he was no longer fond of his role in the MCU.
“I know I love this character and I know I’m not ready to say goodbye. But if it’s time to say goodbye, I will do it with pride, knowing that I have achieved everything I wanted with this character, “he said in the recent interview. And share it with these guys [Maguire y Garfield] It will forever be one of the most special experiences of my career. So if it’s time, it’s time. If it isn’t, it isn’t. But at the moment, I don’t know.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home It was not only an amazing journey but also a moving one, both for the audience and for Tom Holland. In fact, those emotionally deep moments of the character, somehow the interpreter reciprocated.
“I definitely had a feeling, as an actor, that this might be the last time I put on the suit, so a lot of that emotion [que reflejo en Peter Parker] it came from the act of saying goodbye, which is one of the biggest themes of this movie. Fortunately, I was seriously able to draw on my own experiences and feelings at the time.”
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On the other hand, Holland does not stop thinking of the conclusion of his trilogy as a celebration where one of the greatest pleasures was teaming up with the protagonists of the sagas. spider-man (2002-2007) and The amazing Spiderman (2012-2014).
“This film is really a celebration of three generations [de Spider-Man] at the cinema. So sometimes we would get into these scenes that were incredibly emotional and very demanding, and I was so happy to be there that I had to go a different way. I thought, “Wow, look at my life, look at what has happened to me. I’m working with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield and we’re telling this story.
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“I got a little emotional because of how proud he was of where we were, what we were doing, and that he really believed in what we were doing. So yeah, it was hard, but you know, anything hard is worth it. I was happy to put in a lot of effort and make this movie more emotional than superhero movies have been in the past.”
Spider-Man: No Way Homecontinues to be exhibited in Mexican theaters.Its cast is complemented by Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina and Willem Dafoe, among others.
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