After the resounding success in 2021 Spider-Man: No way homeAnd The charming Tom Holland has played both Peter Parker and Spidey in several Marvel films, and projects in which the 27-year-old actor has been able to flex his acting range such as Satan all the time (2020) and Cherry (2021), the British native is poised to be a staple in Hollywood for years to come.
While promoting his latest project, Apple TV+ crowded roompremiering June 9, Holland looks back fondly at what he and fellow Spider-Man actors Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire managed to bring to the big screen two years ago.
“Obviously we had a great connection, the three of us,” Tom said to me during that. crowded roomjunket on Thursday. “We’ve all been through something so unique that we’re the only three people who ever did. And it was amazing that you got involved. I’m so grateful for that experience. We had an amazing moment with me, Andrew, Toby, and (No going home Producer) Amy Pascal, who looks a little like our mother, and I’ll never forget that.”
On Wednesday, Pascal told Variety that a fourth Spider-Man movie with Holland and Zendaya is still in the works.
Tom got some huge praise for Deadpool 3’s Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds, who recently began filming the third Deadpool sequel, when asked if he’d ever considered sharing the screen with the actors in the Marvel project.
“Yes, of course I have. I’m a huge fan of those two guys,” Tom told me. “I’m sure the movie is going to be great. I know they have George Cottle (Jr.) on their side now as stunt coordinator and second unit director. You couldn’t ask for a better man. So I’m really excited about the movie. I wish them all the best and can’t wait to see these two go for it.”
Cutley Jr. has also been the stunt coordinator on all three of Spidey’s Dutch solo films and was the second unit director on Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) and No going home.
in crowded roomHolland plays Danny Sullivan, who is arrested after participating in a shooting in New York City in 1979. The film is told through a series of interviews with Detective Rhea Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried). Danny’s life story is revealed through interviews, including the mysterious past that shaped him, as well as all the twists and turns that led him to a life-changing discovery.
crowded room Premieres internationally with three episodes on Friday, June 9, Followed by a new episode weekly every Friday through July 28th, exclusively on Apple TV+. The series is based on the 1981 nonfiction novel The Minds of Billy Milligan by Daniel Keyes.
Also included in the cast are Emmy Rossum, Sasha Lane, Will Chase, and Lior Raz – along with guest stars Jason Isaacs, Christopher Abbott, Thomas Sadoski, and Zachary Gollinger.