Spider-Man: No Way Home arrives in theaters this weekend and as fans all over the world anticipate the future of the franchise, Tom Holland spoke out on his future as Peter Parker. In a recent interview with USA Today, Holland sounded thankful he already took a break because the Marvel star will be a busy man in the next few months.
Tom Holland Returns for More Spider-Man Movies
Tom Holland’s Uncharted is set to hit theaters next year. He just signed on for a Fred Astaire biopic. Holland still has another appearance in the MCU before Sony and Marvel make their new deal permanent. But first, fans will see him in Spider-Man: No Way Home which already has huge projected box office numbers.
“I have a hilarious photo of me FaceTiming Zendaya with blood all down my face because I’d fallen over,” Holland joked. “So when I saw that I apparently signed onto three more movies, I was like, ‘Ah, (crap), I’m going to have to cancel my next skiing holiday.”
In an interview not too long ago, the Spider-Man star talked about the last day on set had him feeling bitter sweet. Holland made it sound like his time as the MCU’s web-slinger was up.
“One more day’s work on No Way Home, which will be a bittersweet day,” Holland revealed. “I honestly don’t know,” he added when asked to elaborate on “bittersweet.” “It’s the first time since I got cast as Spider-Man that I don’t have a contract. And it’s… it’s just really difficult for me to talk about because there are so many things I’d love to talk about that would help me embellish what I’m trying to explain. But I can’t because it would just ruin the film.”
Below is Sony’s description of Spider-Man: No Way Home
“With Spider-Man’s identity now revealed, our friendly neighborhood web-slinger is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life as Peter Parker from the high stakes of being a superhero. When Peter asks for help from Doctor Strange, the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home is now playing in theaters.