With Spider-Man: No Way Home approaching the release and Tom Holland’s tenure as a wall robot almost in place, the actor says he will do well when the Marvel Cinematic Universe gets another iconic character.
In a GQ profile, Holland claimed that despite producer Amy Pascal’s efforts to persuade him, he did not want to make Spider-Man movies forever. “Maybe it’s time to move on. Maybe the best thing about Spider-Man is that they’re making a Miles Morales movie. I also have to consider Peter. Parker, because he’s such an important part of my life, “No The Star of The Road Home” has been accepted. Holland is 25 and has been playing Spidey since he was 19. “If I play Spider-Man after 30 years, I’ve done something wrong.”
Currently, Miles Morales is not yet in live-action, despite having previously starred in the 2018 Oscar-winning animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, whose sequel will be released. Next year. Holland’s first solo film in MCU Spider-Man: Homecoming, however, featured a brief interaction with Miles’ uncle Aaron Davis, whose actor Donald Glover not only voiced Miles in Ultimate Spider-Man but is also an essential source of inspiration for the characters. First floor. Davis and his alter ego, Prowler, have appeared in Into the Spider-Verse and Spider-Man: Miles Morales for PlayStation Marvel. The latter dives into the complex relationship between the family and its hero / anti-villain, Miles.
Holland has officially called Spider-Man: No Way Home “the end of a franchise” since he formally joined the MCU in Captain America: Civil War under the Disney-Sony rights agreement. He also said that the one Marvel chooses to replace him in future films “will challenge Holland to teach him the responsibility of being Spider-Man.”
The second trailer recently released for No Way Home came to this conclusion in the form of a giant super dimensional battle in which Peter and Doctor Strange’s failed magic attempt broke the multiverse and shot the villains of Sam Raimi and his film. Webb. Alfred Molina, Doctor Octopus, Jamie Foxxs Electro, Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, and Sandman and Lizard. It’s still unclear if No Way Home will refer to Sony’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the ending of which created an official MCU crossover.