Tom Holland thinks that Spider-Man: No Way Home may be the peak of his career. Even though the movie has been released, talks about it haven’t died down. the film is the highest-grossing movie of 2021, it made $1 billion at the global box office.
Recently, Tom Holland spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about Spider-Man: No Way Home and said that he believes that he may have hit the peak of his career.
As Spider-Man: No Way Home is enjoying monumental success since it premiered on 17 December, Tom Holland has also spoken of his life beyond acting. While talking to the publication, he opened up about the idea of going back to singing and dancing.
Playing Spider-Man until he’s 30 would mean being in the same role for 11 years. That’s a long time for any actor to consistently stick with any one role, and presumably its even a longer time for anyone in their 20s
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a star-making machine since it kicked off with 2008’s Iron Man. The MCU reintroduced Robert Downey, Jr. to a new generation, and minted Chris Evans as Captain America.
But it’s possible no one’s risen higher from obscurity and benefited more than Tom Holland. But now, with No Way Home, his third solo Spider-Man movie, on the horizon, everyone’s favorite webslinger is thinking beyond his memorable performances across the MCU.
But maybe the issue isn’t what can be done with the role, but rather what Holland wants to do with his life. It’s important to remember that when Holland first swung onto screens in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War, he was 19. Since then he’s appeared in six MCU movies.
Playing Spider-Man until he’s 30 would mean being in the same role for 11 years. That’s a long time for any actor to consistently stick with any one role, and presumably its even a longer time for anyone in their 20s.