Tom Holland Reveals His Most ‘Heartbreaking’ Moment in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’
Since his debut appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Tom Holland has come a long way. He has appeared in two Avengers films as well as two solo films, with a third on the way. However, Holland admitted that filming Spider-Man: No Way Home was bittersweet for him, adding that filming one scene in particular was “heartbreaking.” Holland felt more at ease while filming this film. When you’re in a good mood, time seems to pass quickly. With each Marvel Spider-Man film, Holland acknowledged to having more and more fun.
Holland told Entertainment Weekly, “The first film, [director]Jon Watts and I were kind of flying by the seat of our pants.” “I think we both felt extremely sure with this one, so we were able to relax.” We had a lot more fun with this one than we had with the prior two.” Holland’s Spider-Man films, on the other hand, have gotten bigger and bigger in scope.
They chose the most difficult of the Homecoming trilogy to stake their claim to fame.
Despite the positive vibes, filming No Way Home was a different experience.
Holland described filming one sequence for ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ as “heartbreaking.”
Holland makes no attempt to hide the fact that he enjoys himself on set. His co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon (Peter Parker’s best buddy Ned) became great friends, and he built a deep friendship with Alfred Molina.
“We’ve been working on these films for the past five years,” Holland told Entertainment Weekly. “The three of us have had such an incredible relationship. Every step of the way, we’ve been there for each other. We’ve seen every movie and gone on every press tour.” Holland claimed to being heartbroken during one sequence in particular, since Spider-Man: No Way Home felt like a type of conclusion.
“So [we didn’t know]if this was going to be the final time [we were all working together]on this one scenario.” “It was both devastating and thrilling since we’re all embarking on the next part of our careers,” Holland added.
Holland, ever the optimist, managed to turn a negative situation involving Zendaya, Batalon, and himself into a positive one.
Holland stayed upbeat despite the ‘heartbreaking’ ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ moment.
After the closing moment, Holland, Zendaya, and Batalon were all overcome with emotion.
“I think it was the nicest day I’ve ever had on site because I got to share that moment with them.” Holland added, “I don’t think I’ve ever sobbed like that.”
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