British actor Tom Holland was a jewel of excitement and panic after playing his big Marvel as Spider-Man.
In an interview with Daniel Calvia, the actor explained that he faced the unreasonable fear of leaving the Marvel franchise during this time. Captain America: Civil War.
“From the moment of the Civil War shoot to the shooting of Spider-Man: Homecoming, I was sure they were going to fire me. I don’t know why,” he said.
He added that he talked about the process of auditioning for the role of Peter Parker aka Spider-Man. “It’s been seven months since the audition. I’ve done six auditions, and they don’t tell you anything,” he said.
“I finished the film, ‘Civil War’ hadn’t come out yet, and I hadn’t heard from anyone. I had been convinced for almost a year that they were going to fire me,” he said. Said.
“I don’t know why. I really can’t explain it. It was horrible, but they didn’t – obviously, “he added.
Commenting on his experience working with Marvel, Holland said: “It’s been the wildest roller coaster ever, but I’ve loved it. I’ve loved it every moment. It’s amazing. ۔ “