No Way Home’s Tom Holland responded to his co-star Zendaya’s fear that his Spider-Man mask would suffocate him, saying it was causing problems for Homecoming.

Spider-Man: No Path Home Star Tom Holland has revealed that his costume mask in the first trilogy film is about to suffocate him with accumulated water, a danger his co-star Zendaya has expressed concern about in the past.

“It’s a very legitimate fear,” Holland said. THR. “When I’m in a costume and I’m in the middle of it, if you vomited in the costume, you would actually drown. [Spider-Man: Homecoming], there’s a scene where Spider-Man is trapped under the rubble and I have to fight my inner demons to lift this heavy piece of concrete. And the day I was stuck under that false rock, I had the mask on and they had this kind of drop of water falling down the back of my head. And the more water that fell on my head, the more water that collected on the front of the mask. So I was waterboarding myself, and I guess that’s a similar sort of thing to what Zendaya is worried about. “


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Zendaya has spoken of her fear of Holland choking in her costume on several occasions in the past, particularly in media interviews during Spider-Man: Far From Homereleased in 2019.

“Do you know what I think all the time that really scares me?” Zendaya said at the time. “It’s like, when he’s wearing that mask that you can’t just take off, because it’s like one piece, I’m still scared, and if he works so hard that he throws up, and then he can’t, he’s choking! I think about it all the time! It’s really scary … because I look at him like, ‘Please I hope he never gets sick, oh my God !'”


The scene Holland is referring to takes place near the finale of Spider-Man: Homecoming, after Peter Parker confronts the vulture and is trapped under a large pile of wreckage. Dressed only in his homemade costume after losing the fancy costume Tony Stark gave him earlier in the film, Peter suffers a panic attack until he rips off his mask and watches his reflection in a puddle of water. ‘water. After he remembers Tony once telling him, “If you’re nothing without the costume then you shouldn’t have it,” Peter manages to calm down and find the strength to lift the rubble. massive that hold it back.

The scene is an ode to a similar time in “The Final Chapter,” a story that took place in the 1963s. The Amazing Spider-Man # 33. Written by Stan Lee with the art of Steve Ditko, it begins with Spider-Man trapped under tons of fallen steel and only breaks free when he thinks of his Aunt May and his Uncle Ben.


Spider-Man: No Path Home hits theaters on December 17th.

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Source: Hollywood journalist

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