Tom Holland has undoubtedly completely gotten into the role of Spider-Man, and you can clearly see why the web slinger’s part was given to out young acrobat as he performs his favourite stunt from Spider-Man: Homecoming. Due to Holland’s gymnastics background, the guy phenomenally came to be the perfect embodiment of the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man. Holland’s put showcased his talents earlier in Captain America: Civil War and they have been in love with the character ever since.
From the start, Holland has put his heart out about how important it is for him to do his own work which also includes doing his own stunts – and this is something that the gymnast didn’t get to do much in Civil War. Though he has done more of it himself for his solo movie. The marketing of the film to be released next month has shown quite a few stunts that the film will display, amongst which a new behind-the-scenes video shows Holland performing his favourite one.
IGN recently gave out this behind-the-scenes footage straight from the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Based on the stunts he’s shown performing in the video, the gimmick seems to take place at some point during the third act and at the time of one of Spidey’s fights with the Vulture (Michael Keaton).
The video shows why Holland has so quickly become the people’s, man. Alongside being a fantastic Peter Parker the young lad makes his performance from inside the suit also equally special. With the fans actually knowing that it is Holland who’s inside the suit for most of the film’s stunts makes his portrayal of Spider-Man much more believable. Plus, him being unmasked in the stunt only adds to the fans drooling over Holland’s abilities.
All this also shows how thankful he actually is to have this opportunity and why he the guy is going the extra mile to make the most of it. Holland has already said that he wants to play Spider-Man for several decades and he should get that chance if all things go according to plan. That could also mean a continued renewal of the Sony/Marvel Studios contract, but if Homecoming comes to be as big a hit as it currently looking to be, both sides should be keen to give Holland many more chances to play the web-crawler.