After ‘Captain America Civil War’, Tom Holland Backs Out From ‘Spiderman’ Movie? ‘A Real Eye-Opener’


If that title almost gave you a heart attack, then worry no more because new Spiderman Tom Holland is not going anywhere.

However, the actor reveals that completion of filming “Captain America: Civil War” has become a problem for him. Holland sees the film’s wrap as a problem not because he wants to back out, but because now he is ten times more excited to start filming for his standalone “Spiderman” movie.

Cinema Blend reports that Tom Holland viewed his role in “Civil War” as some sort of dry run for his big film in 2017. The website quotes the young actor in saying:

“It was also a real eye-opener to what it will be like when I start my film. I think the problem with Civil War for me was that it made me 10 times more excited to start on Spider-Man, but we don’t start for months so I’ve got to sit on that excitement for the moment.”

Nevertheless, even if being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is sure to bring the young actor to great heights, Tom Holland shares to Comic Book Movie that he will not forget to remain humble.

Holland shares to the website that although landing a major role does not feel real to him, his life did not change. The young actor shares that he wears nicer clothes now as opposed to before, but that’s all the change that has bombarded him. Holland also reveals that even if he will be making blockbuster movies from this point on, he has no plans of losing touch with the independent film side of the entertainment industry.

Based on this outlook, fans can expect a totally grounded human being despite having a cool web-slinging alter ego.

“Captain America: Civil War” will premiere on May 6, 2016 while Tom Holland’s untitled “Spiderman” reboot will begin production in the summer of 2016.

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