Tom Holland reveals that 'Spider-Man 3' feels like "the end of a saga": "I don't think I've ever cried like this"

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Tom Holland talking about the upcoming Spider-Man of him, sounds like goodbye. This is not something we would expect in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but its emotional closing tone to 'Spider-Man: No way home' is evident.

The actor, who has just given an interview about this next Marvel movie to EW (the article that comes with two new images), emphasizes that after this, his third film as the protagonist in the role of Spidey, they will take a while. "We've all treated ['No Way Home'] as the end of a franchise, let's say. I think if we were lucky enough to pick up these characters again, it would be a very different version. It wouldn't be the 'Homecoming' trilogy anymore. We'd give it some time and try to build something different and change the tone of the movies. Whether that happens or not, I don't know. But we've definitely treated ['No way home'] like we're coming to an end, and it felt like that. "

Holland reveals in this way that at the moment there are no plans for a next installment of the wall-crawler and that if they get to work with another film headed by his superhero, it will have to be with a considerable change of nut. In addition, this interpreter continues to reiterate that touch of sorrow transmitted by the outcomes, when speaking of the end of some very intense years.


To flower of skin

Holland talks about the goodbye after his third solo film as a before and after, and he does so from both a professional and personal point of view. The actor mentions his co-stars, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon, as accomplices of a very intense adventure that comes to an end, and that had him with emotions on the surface the last days of filming.

"We've been making these movies for five years. We've had an incredible relationship, the three of us. We've been together every step of the way. We've done every movie, every press tour. So [shooting the last scene] was heartbreaking but also heartbreaking. very exciting because we are all moving into the next chapter of our careers. So sharing that moment with them was perhaps the best day I've had onset. I don't think I've ever cried like this. "

It is clear that on December 17, when 'Spider-Man: No way home' finally opens, strong emotions await us in the cinema.

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