Spiderman: Far From Home is at long last playing in theaters all over. It's, however, by all account not the only fun content featuring the ritzy cast. The press tour for the film turned out to be a standout amongst the best ever, with heaps of humorous clasps highlighting Tom Holland (Peter Parker/'Spider-Man') and Jake Gyllenhaal (Mysterio).
In a recent interview, Holland was asked which stars he'd like to work with later on, and the British star named-dropped Margot Robbie.
“I’d really like to work with Margot Robbie actually. I think she’s really talented,” Holland said.
“You just named like three people who always work together,” fellow actor, Gyllenhaal pointed out. Since the video was shared by a Margot Robbie fan account, it does exclude the first two actors Holland referenced, but it’s clear by Gyllenhaal’s reaction that they’re all in Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
“Yeah, well, I like their movies. Their movies are really good, man,” Holland said he liked all their (the three actresses) movies and that they are outstanding.
Gyllenhaal then asked if Holland wants to be in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood to which Tom answered by expressing his interest in how he wished he was in Quentin Tarantino’s 9th movie.
It’s not the first time Holland has made it clear he wants to work with Tarantino. Previously, he mentioned of Tarantino’s favorite Marvel movie, Thor: Ragnarok insinuating the possibility of the director watching the movie and hence the odds of him being in his film.
Hopefully, Tarantino gets the chance to grab more films that include Holland. In the meantime, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is scheduled to be released on July 26th.
The 23rd movie from the MCU, Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland (Spider-Man/Peter Parker) Zendaya (MJ), Marisa Tomei (Aunt May), Jacob Batalon (Ned), Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan), and Tony Revolori (Flash Thompson).
In addition to the returning Spider-Man cast, the film is also starring Jake Gyllenhaal (Mysterio) and featuring Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders as "Nick Fury" and "Maria Hill," respectively.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, Sony and Marvel’s $160 million-sequel earned a whopping $185 million in its first six days of domestic release. The film also opened in much of the world this week, following an early launch in China ($144 million in eight days), Japan and Hong Kong. The action comedy likewise earned a whopping $580 million worldwide thus far, including $29 million in IMAX alone.