This comes from A recent interview Holland did with fellow MCU alum Daniel Kaluuya (currently in the future championship Judah and the black Christ) as part of varietyCast Interviews Series. And then in the first take, Robert Downey Jr. completely changed the scene. "At the time, it had been an incredible enough experience that if he hadn't gotten the part, he would have felt like at least he had accomplished something to get to that point".
"From the moment of shooting "Civil War" to shooting 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' I was convinced they were going to fire me".
"By this point, I kind of had assumed I hadn't got it, because no one had called me", Holland recalled.
Tom Holland, along with Daniel Kaluuya, recently sat on an interview and talked about his first-hand experience while working on this project and shared how he thought he was set to get fired after his bad performance in Captain America: Civil War.
Holland didn't actually hear from Marvel until after he learned he got the part by reading an article online, which led to him breaking his laptop in excitement.
'My dog went nuts.
He recalled, "I was telling my family, "I got the part!" "Eventually I got a screen test in Atlanta with six other kids and [Robert Downey Jr.] was there". There's no way that's real.
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"They always tell you that you did a great job and they will be in touch, and then six weeks go by and you're just waiting and waiting", Holland said. They would have called you. "It was so weird how it happened", he said.
"Every time I walked in, I'm like, 'Oh God, I don't know my lines". I can't really explain it.
Just like Peter Parker after he was bitten by a radioactive spider, Tom Holland apparently doesn't know his own strength when he gets a bit too excited.
"It's been insane, mate".
Holland made his debut as Spider-Man in "Captain America: Civil War" as the third live-action Peter Parker following Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
Meanwhile, the "Spider-Man" actress Zendaya has also recently revealed on The South African and GQ that she is done with female roles that are "one-dimensional", and just serve the goal of supporting the role of the male character.
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