Actor Tom Holland had a particularly difficult time on the set of Sony’s Uncharted live-action film. In fact, he went so far as to remark that shooting Uncharted “totally shattered” him. Tom Holland is best known for playing Nathan Drake in the Uncharted video game series.
During an interview with GQ, which was obtained by GameSpot, Tom Holland detailed the emotional and physical toll that years of shooting stunt-heavy productions, such as Uncharted and Marvel films, had done on him. Holland said that he has become less flexible as a result of his work.
Incredibly, Holland only had three days to transition from shooting Uncharted in Berlin to filming Spider-Man: No Way Home in Atlanta before moving on to the next project.
Additionally, Holland discussed the mental and physical stress he had while on the press tour for Spider-Man: Homecoming. Holland visited 17 countries, where he did backflips when asked and ultimately became sick to the point that he threw up onstage right after a press conference.
There will never be an end to the discussion on which actor had the finest performance as Spider-Man. But for the time being, Tom Holland is doing an admirable job of donning the Spider-Man costume in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans really like the actor’s youthful charm, which is a perfect match for Peter Parker’s demeanour and brings out the best in the character.
There is a substantial amount of pressure on any actor who takes the lead role in a superhero movie; this is just the nature of the beast. Film studios are placing their bets on actors who can ideally support a multi-picture series, and performers have to appease reviewers and news outlets who are becoming tired by superhero concepts. Superhero characters have vast fan bases that are quite opinionated. However, very few people have had to cope with the pressure of living up to the expectations that have been put on Tom Holland, often known as Hollywood’s Spider-Man.
Even after Peter Parker’s attempt to capitalise on his superpowers by becoming a professional wrestler doesn’t work out, Spider-Man still manages to maintain a certain sense of flair in his role as a superhero. The character’s origin story begins with Peter Parker trying to capitalise on his superpowers by becoming a professional wrestler.