Spider-Man: No Way Home was treated like the end of a franchise, Tom Holland teases

We’re only three weeks away from a Marvel Eternals theatrical release, but the press tour for the upcoming MCU Spider-Man: No Path Home directs the eyes even more to this version compared to the aforementioned title. Tom Holland recently met up with Entertainment Weekly and prepared for his future in the MCU (or MCM, Marvel Cinematic Multiverse, as some fans refer to after the events of Loki ). Holland, who is known for his inability to keep past films a secret, was very outspoken and mostly spoiler-free in the interview.

“We’ve been making these films for five years now. We had such an amazing relationship, the three of us. We have been together every step of the way. We did every movie, every press tour. So this scene, [we didn’t know] if this was the last time [we were all working together.] [It] was heartbreaking but also very exciting because we’re all getting into the next chapter of our careers. So sharing that moment with them was maybe the best day I have ever had on set. I don’t think I ever cried like this. “


“We all treated [ No Way Home ] like the end of a franchise, say,” Holland continued. “I think if we had the chance to dive into these characters again, you would see a very different version. It wouldn’t be the Homecoming trilogy anymore. We would give it time and try to build something different and change the tone of the films. Whether or not that happens, I don’t know. But we were definitely treating [ No Way Home ] like it was coming to an end, and I felt like it. “

Tom Holland jumped into the hearts of fans when he first dressed as a Wall Creeper in Captain America: Civil War . Whether you prefer Tobey or Andrew (both No Way Home )instead, there’s no denying the charm and charisma that Tom brought to the screen by playing his portrayal of Peter Parker. “Underroos” has come a long way since we first met him and I think I’m talking for the most part, certainly not for all, when I say as fans we would like to see him stay in the multiverse. . Holland said in the interview above that as actors he and his co-stars are entering the next phase of their careers.


It may also be that it is not so much about “wanting” to be in the role as it is about “being able” to do it. It’s no secret that Marvel and Sony are playing foes when it comes to Spidey’s rights, as the two have had to change licensing deals while simultaneously trying to fix fences at the same time. The two studios were able to agree on a few more films, which has led us so far to declare “it’s for the fans” (which translates to “it’s for the money”), but regardless of how they streamline it, fans are generally happy they got to this point. For now, we’ll have to look for Spider-Man: No Way Homelike Hollands’ latest outing, but who knows what will happen when the money starts pouring in. No Way Home hits theaters on December 17th. This news comes from Entertainment Weekly.

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