Tom Holland received rave reviews for his interpretation of Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The former star of the stage hit Billy Elliot has become a world superstar, but this fame apparently did not rise to his head. According to his Spider-Man: No Path Home co-star and girlfriend Zendaya, Tom Holland is doing all he can to keep the Marvel magic alive for his younger fans.
Tom Holland and Zendaya caught up LADbible TV in the hometown of the first, London, to play a round of “agree to disagree”. Marvel stars playfully debated a number of topics, including the alleged taste of jaffa cakes and the confusing title of âAmerican footballâ. When it comes to the best Spider-Man ever, Zendaya and Tom Holland have remained moms. However, Zendaya was quick to point out the positive qualities that Tom Holland brings to the role, including his willingness to interact with young children. She said:
Just as kids love Disney World costumed princesses, so many kids love their superheroes too. Seeing Tom Holland in real life is like meeting Spider-Man, no questions asked. It is clear that Tom Holland takes his duties as a famous webslinger very seriously, whether on or off camera. In addition to his compassion, Zendaya noted with false irritation that Tom Holland has a wide range of talents. She explained:
the Lip sync battle episode in question presented Tom Holland dancing to a medley of ‘Singin’ in the Rain ‘and’ Umbrella ‘by Rhianna. A feather corset, real rain, and razor sharp pirouettes were just a few of the highlights of this short but memorable dance number. Whether he charms the cutest Spider-Man fans or kills a choreographed routine, it’s clear that Tom Holland was meant to be a star – although it’s interesting that Zendaya never cited ” handsome “as one of the qualities of the actor (and his handsome) even if he suggests it in the interview.
Spider-Man: No Path Home Now playing in theaters around the world and absolutely dominating at the box office. You can check out CinemaBlend’s list more Marvel releases coming here.