Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya’s full reaction to the Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer has been released. The clip reveals the cast is excited while watching the trailer. The actual footage was released before the trailer release. The video was slight and only showed a couple of big reactions with no context, as to not spoil any surprises the trailer contained. Tom expected the entry of Tobey and Andrew in the trailer. Sony edited their appearance in the trailer. watch the footage below.
Holland expresses a wide range of emotions in response to the events in No Way Home. Not only is this a film about Spider-heritage, Man’s including past Spider-Man identities and performers, but it also establishes Holland as a seasoned veteran of the MCU. In only five years, Peter has made his third solo Spider-Man film and his sixth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There’s been a lot that’s transpired both on and off-screen, and Holland recognizes how far he’s come since his Spider-Man debut.
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Tom told to GQ that the next few months promise to be hectic even by Holland’s standards. In December he’ll star in Spider-Man: No Way Home, a film that Holland himself has called “the most ambitious stand-alone superhero movie ever made.” Then there is February’s Uncharted, a slick, *Indiana Jones–*y adaptation of the best-selling PlayStation franchise. “This is that moment of, like, ‘Can Tom Holland stand up on his own and be a leading man?’ I know that makes me sound like a dick for saying that,” says Holland. “But for me, it is, ‘Can I do it without the Lycra?’ ”
The stakes for No Way Home are even higher. For several movies, Marvel has been establishing Holland as the new center of Marvel’s world. “Tom is stepping into the role that Robert Downey once occupied for Marvel, which is the favorite character, and in a lot of ways the soul of the Marvel universe,” says Joe Russo, who, alongside his brother Anthony, has directed Holland in four movies, including Avengers: Endgame. What’s more, No Way Home will finally collide Marvel’s increasingly byzantine cinematic universe with Sony’s own equally convoluted Spider-Verse (currently comprising Tom Hardy’s Venom movies, plus the upcoming Morbius and Kraven the Hunter), thereby planting the seed from which years of sequels and limited series and sundry other subscription-generating content will surely bloom.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit theaters on December 17th.
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