Spider-Man Homecoming

Tom Holland and Marisa Tomei
Sony, Disney and Marvel Studios teamed up to bring a new iteration of Spider-Man and integrate him into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Tom Holland stars as a younger version of Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Parker returns home to live in New York with Aunt May, played by Marisa Tomei. While navigating his newfound identity as Spider-Man, he continues his normal daily routine in high school. Risen caught up with Holland and Tomei to talk superheroes, influence and family.
Interviewed for Risen Magazine in New York City
Risen Magazine: Tom, how did your background in dance and gymnastics help with the physicality of becoming Spider-Man?
Tom Holland: An actors weapon is their face and as soon as you take that away you have to act through physicality. So the fact that I am able to move in certain ways was a huge help to portraying this character behind the mask. The stunts, to me, were the best part of...

 

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