It was one of the biggest announcements of Marvel's year when they cast young Brit Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man, but executives for the studio may be resting a little easier today after new footage has arrived showing just how seriously the young actor is taking the job. In a video uploaded to Instagram by Holland, the actor is seen performing a range of gymnastics routines as training for his role. After all, Spider-Man does need to be light, strong, and sleek.
And Holland is every one of those in the new footage, deftly performing back flips, spins, and a number of other moves which will help his portrayal of the famous web-slinger. Although Holland wrapped his part in Captain America: Civil War (2016) earlier this year, the standalone Spider-Man (2017) film is approaching, so the actor hitting the gym can only mean good things as the films shooting schedule draws nearer.
Details around the film are rather sketchy at this point, with Jon Watts tapped to direct from a script by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley. No other casting or plot details have been released as of yet. If Sony and Marvel can firm up their production plans though (which seem likely given Holland's intense training regime), maybe we might just get a Christmas miracle, and see the Spidey film hit production before the year is out. Fingers crossed. Until then, make sure you check out Holland's video below to see just how good he is.
The Merc with a Mouth was back again on the weekend for Halloween, taking a rather elaborately staged snap with some mini X-Men (the kids really are adorable). While the original story was a little bit weird, today we finally got the news on what exactly went down when Deadpool tried to recruit his new heroic team, with a new video released from the Fox Studios.
The results are a hilarious look at what happens when you pair up swearing with children, and especially children who are coached into discussing the horrible past superhero fails Reynolds has been a part of (Green Lantern and the awful Wolverine solo film for starters...) At least he was good enough to tell them not to turn around in the final photo. Does the video perhaps go too far in terms of cynicism, crassness, and immorality? Maybe, however I am definitely looking forward to the film when it bows February 12th next year. If you are too, then check out the new video below.
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