Holland: Only Scratching the Surface with ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ it out in theaters.

FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin has more about one of the stars:

I’m Ashley Dvorkin with your FOX Celebrity Profile.

Actor Tom Holland leads the way for the new ‘Spider-Man’ installment dubbed ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming.’

He shared his favorite ways this Spidey movie differs from it’s predecessors:

(Holland) “My favorite thing is that he’s a kid. It’s a high school movie about a superhero kid. And I think that’s something we’ve never seen before. I think if you gave a 15-year-old superpowers, he would have the time of his life and we really get to see that on screen and it’s a lot of fun.”

Holland spoke about how it stands out in the way Peter Parker isn’t just dealing with his new superpowers but, lots of high school stuff just like any other kid!:

(Holland) “It’s difficult to relate to Tony Stark because his problems are his Audi R8 didn’t arrive on time. Whereas Peter’s problem is that he doesn’t have enough money for the bus fare. And that’s something that kids around the world can relate to.”

As for where the franchise goes from here?:

(Holland) “We have only scratched the surface of what we can do with this character.”

Ashley Dvorkin, FOX News.

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