Tom Holland Gets In Trouble For Constantly Calling ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ ‘Brutal’

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Tom Holland certainly landed the role of a lifetime as he donned a Spidey suit and exuded a web slinging sensation. Like the resounding success of Spider-Man: There’s no way home Continuing to smash box office records and amass impressive grosses, Holland has revealed the ‘brutal’ nature of the film – which he has toned down in a number of emotional scenes.

In a recent interview with The Hollywood ReporterThe 25-year-old actor discussed the movie the most emotional scenesthis made viewers feel even more tired by the long shooting days and the fact that Spider-Man’s future still awaited.

Funny, I actually got in trouble on the press tour. I got a phone call from someone on the set, saying, ‘Don’t say the movie is brutal! Stop talking about romantic movies! It doesn’t sell movies! ‘ And I said, ‘But it is so! This is the most emotional superhero movie ever made. ‘ And they said, ‘We want people to understand how exciting it is.’ And I said, ‘It’s fun, but it’s also heartbreaking. “So I had to change the track of how I advertised the movie, but I’m glad I gave some warning to at least some people.

Since its release in December, Spider-Man: No Way Home became a box office hit, grossing over $1.7 billion worldwide and taking its place as the sixth highest-grossing film of all time. Ultimately, the film delivered countless heart-stopping shots, including a tragic death and gut-wrenching punch when Tom Holland’s Peter Parker finally chose to keep his true identity from his friends and gang. .

Spider-Man: There’s no way home Currently showing in theaters. Tom Holland Gets In Trouble For Constantly Calling ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ ‘Brutal’


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