Tom Holland (Spider-Man) recognizes which character he was afraid of as a child: “He terrified me”

Tom Holland (Spider-Man) recognizes which character he was afraid of as a child: "He terrified me"

Tom Holland was a huge fan of the Spider-Man universe since he was a child. Born in June 1996, during his childhood he experienced the premiere of the original trilogy of films by Sam Raimi, starring Tobey Maguire. With the confirmation that Alfred Molina is back in Spider-Man: No Way Home, the British actor has revealed in an interview with Empire that he was obsessed with Raimi movies, he loved them; although Doctor Octopus gave him the odd startle.

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In the absence of Spider-Man: No Way Home hits theaters around the world this December 17 and let’s see how and why the Doc Ock of the original trilogy of the tremamuros is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Holland admits that “he was obsessed with Raimi movies.” At that time, the also protagonist of the Uncharted film was only eight years old.

“I remember seeing Alfred in his suit for the first time, he had his glasses on and he was wearing his belt, which is what his legs were attached to. And I remember, as a child, that I was terrified”He says. In the first trailer of this third individual Spider-Man adventure in the MCU we saw a scene where Doctor Octopus grabs with his mechanical arms. How will the Spiderman this?

Spider-Man: No Way home heads to theaters: December 17

With the Green Goblin and Electro already confirmed, the multiverse is taking shape and it seems that it will find its first climax in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The recent events of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, both series and movies, already anticipate that the next great event will have to do with this crossing between universes.

It will be the December 17 when we get out of doubt. According to its director, the film will be “like Avengers: Endgame.” This November 5 will be released Eternals, while Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will do so on May 6, 2022, followed by Thor: Love and Thunder on July 8, 2022.

Source | Empire; via CBR

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