Holland shares an interesting prank he pulled on Spider-Man: No Way Home Producer Mitch Bell, fooling him into thinking a container of lube was hand sanitizer.
Tom Holland uncovers a humorous trick he pulled on a Spider-Man: No Way Home producer. Coming up on December 17, the entertainer will finish up the Spider-Man suit for his third solo film with Zendaya as MJ and Jacob Batalon as Ned. It’s his 6th appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since being recruited by Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) to battle in 2016’s Captain: America: Civil War, later joining the battle against Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. No Way Home also stars by Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, and J.K. Simmons.
No Way Home gets following Far From Home’s end-credits scene as J. Jonah Jameson uncovers Spider-Man’s mysterious identity to the world with the assistance of Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal), who likewise framed him for his crime. Thusly, Peter looks for the assistance of Doctor Strange and urges him to reestablish his mysterious personality through magic, however he winds up just exacerbating the situation. The spell coincidentally airs out the multiverse, permitting Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), and Electro (Jamie Foxx) to enter the MCU. Other past Spider-Man villains like Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) and Lizard (Rhys Ifans) will also show up as well.
During a new appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Holland shared a humorous trick that he pulled on Spider-Man: No Way Home producer Mitch Bell, fooling him into thinking a container of lube was really hand sanitizer. Later that very day, Holland played precisely the same trick on a boom mic operator. Check out Holland’s account below:
I remember in the Spider-Man suit, because the thing is so tight, the zip sometimes gets stuck, and it’s a nightmare. I’ll have like half of it off, and I’m like, “Please, just get this thing off me.” And we have a bottle of lube that we squirt on the zip to get it open. We were on set and Mitch Bell was there, one of our big Marvel producers. He’s in charge of the money, so a COVID shutdown for him is a very serious thing and he’s taking it very seriously. And this bottle of lube does suspiciously look like a bottle of hand sanitizer. So he walks over and he’s chatting to me and he’s like, “Hey, man can I get some of that hand sanitizer?” And I look at my brother Harry and I’m like, “This is about to be golden.” So I’m squeezing all this stuff on him, squeezing it, and he walks off and you can see him on set like, “This goddamn hand sanitizer won’t go.”
While the cast of No Way Home needed to hold fast to severe COVID-19 protocols while on set, that doesn’t mean there wasn’t a lot of time for hijinks, as Holland’s story illustrates. The Spider-Man actor as of late shared one more interesting tale that occurred on the arrangement of No Way Home including Alfred Molina. The Doc Ock entertainer repeats the role that he started over 15 years prior and had an awesome time on set with the all trend setting innovation used to make his mechanical arms on screen. All these are interesting story whether it’s about No Way Home Producer or the other actor. We will always love to hear those tales from Tom Holland.
The No Way Home press visit has been one of the most important for any Marvel film as of late, not just due to Holland, Zendaya, and Batalon getting out and about as a trio, but since of the blast of inquiries in regards to Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield’s association in the film. Holland, who is broadly loose-lipped with regards to Marvel privileged insights, has worked effectively up to this point. The wait for Spider-Man: No Way Home is practically over as it debuts in theaters on December 17.