Spider-Man: No Way Home is just a few months away from releasing. And although it aims to be an authentic audiovisual experience for spider man fansMaybe it’s the end of Tom Holland.
The actor who began his career as a character in Homecoming and who continued with Far from Home, opens up to the anticipated Marvel film, since It could be the end of the Homecoming trilogy.
After join the MCU as Peter Parker, Holland has been present in Captain America Civil War, Infinity War and Endgame; but the new one may be her biggest role in its December premiere.
The third installment in the Jon Watts franchise, and after revealing his identity at the end of Far From Home, Peter asks Strange for help. The movie will also see the return of Zendaya, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon and Marisa Tomei in his previous roles.
These will be joined Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx as Doctor Octopus and Electro, and this has led to speculation about the return of other protagonists. But Holland, in an interview with EW, has put more fire to speculation.
“We all tried [No Way Home] Like the end of the franchise, let’s just say it. I think that, if you were lucky and returned to these characters, you would see a very different version“, affirmed the actor sentencing the trilogy.
“It would no longer be the Homecoming trilogy, we would give them some time to try to create something different and change the tone of the movies. Whether that happens or not, I don’t know anymore“, Holland said later.
“But we were treating No Way Home as if it were the beginning of the end and we felt that way.“, sentenced the actor in the interview.
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Since the premiere of its official trailer, much has been said about the Comebacks like Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man, but nothing has been confirmed about it for now.
A couple of things are clear, Zendaya is not very sure of her future in Marvel after the film and Netflix may stream Sony movies, including ‘Spider-man’, ‘Uncharted’ and ‘Jumanji’.
Source: Entertainment Weekly