Tom Holland is one of the fashionable figures in the world of blockbuster cinema. The 25-year-old British actor is now turning heads for his double starring role in two Sony Pictures films: Spider-Man: No Way Home and Uncharted, if we stick to the release order. Because in reality the actor has been immersed in the filming of both great productions with a minimal margin: the pandemic hampered the recording to the point of not giving the award-winning artist a break, who tells GQ how the experience has been.
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“I’ve never realized how lucky I am that Spider-Man is wearing a mask, because when he’s bouncing and flying off buildings, it’s all CG. In Uncharted it’s just me in a sweater and cargo pants. That movie completely broke me, ”he says. Holland only had three days off between the filming process for Uncharted in Berlin and the beginning of the full Spider-Man: No Way Home filming in Atlanta. From plane to plane traveling the world with tendonitis in between.
Fortunately, as he explains himself, everything has gone well and he is very satisfied with the result. In particular, the Spider-Man movie will be the third with him as the main protagonist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; Although his debut on the big screen as an arachnid man dates back to 2016, when he was only 19 years old, when he appeared by surprise in Captain America: Civil War.
Marvel Studios lovers have two unavoidable appointments before the end of the year with the world of cinema and series: the series of Disney+ based on Eye and Hawk and Kate Bishop beginning November 24 and December 17 with the theatrical release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. On the other hand, the Uncharted movie is scheduled to premiere only on the big screen on February 11, 2022.