Tom Holland: Spider-Man Says No Way Home is Like the End Of a Franchise

Tom Holland Updates. Tom Holland said that he and Jon Watts had “much greater fun” working together on Spider-Man : No Way Home. He explained that they were both more confident with their two Spidey films, so their third movie as the Marvel superhero will be treated like a trilogy-capper.

Holland first appeared in Captain America: Civil War as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. He said that he and Watts were “sort of flying by (their) pants” on their first two Spidey movies, Spider-Man Homecoming and Spider-Man Far From Home.

Let’s just say that we all considered [No Way Home] the end of a franchise. If we had the chance to revisit these characters, I believe you would see a completely different version. It wouldn’t be the Homecoming trilogy. We would take it slow and work on something new and tone-changing the films. It is uncertain whether that will happen.

Tom Holland shared his thoughts on Spider-Man

Tom Holland: Spider-Man Says No Way Home is Like the End Of a Franchise

Holland also said that he felt emotional while filming a scene together with Zendaya Batalon and Jacob Batalon on one of his final days on set. Holland says:

“We have been making these films for five year now. The three of us have had an incredible relationship. We have been there for each other every step. We have done every film and every press tour. This one scene was the last time we would all work together. It was both heartbreaking and exciting, as we all move on to the next chapter in our careers. It was the most memorable day on set. “I don’t think I have ever cried so much.”

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Holland played Spider-Man in three solo films, Civil War, and two Avengers movies: Avengers: Infinity War. The actor spoke out earlier this year with Collider’s Steve Weintraub, confirming that No Way Home was the last film in his Marvel contract. However, he also said that he would be returning “in a heartbeat” to the area where he requested to return.

Also stars Jon Favreau and Benedict Cumberbatch.

Collider last year reported that Molina and Foxx will be joined by an epic crossover with the earlier Spider-Man series. Andrew Garfield, Kirsten Dunst, and Tobey Magiuire are strongly rumored back to their roles.

The film will be released on December 17, so keep checking Collider for any Spidey-related updates.

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