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Tom Holland promises three 'perfect' scenes at Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer event

Holland also teased an upcoming fight scene featuring a fighting style never seen in a Spider-Man movie before.


By Tara Bennett
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At the Spider-Man: No Way Home final trailer event in Los Angeles this evening, Tom Holland wowed a packed crowd of Spidey devotees as he walked down amongst the fans to introduce the last preview before his third solo Spider-Man film debuts exclusively in theaters next month.

Holland was emotional, wiping away some tears after the trailer was shown and the crowd erupted at the reveals of more villains such as The Lizard, Sandman, Jamie Foxx’s Electro, and Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin, who are joining Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock.

Answering questions afterwards fielded from fans simulcasting the event in Mexico City and at the Los Angeles venue, Holland teased that there are three scenes in No Way Home that he would do anything to reshoot “because they are perfect and a true cinematic moment.”

He also teased an epic fight scene coming in No Way Home that features a style of fighting never seen in a Spider-Man movie before.

“They designed these fights to shock you guys,” Holland said. The fight has about 35 beats between Spidey and an unnamed villain, which took three days to shoot. “My knuckles were all bloody. I was so knackered…It was awful but in the film it’s so spectacular.”

Holland also praised working with Dafoe, who he says is more limber than him due to yoga. And the young actor says he particularly loved working with Molina, who was so free in his performance due to being able to only have CG arms.

He also said No Way Home explores the good and bad of fame. Holland's very life has changed by being Spider-Man, and that’s a big part of where Peter Parker is at as the movie starts and unfolds.

Holland then showed the trailer once more and said his goodbyes to the adoring fans, sans web until press really starts for the movie.

Spider-Man: No Way Home debuts in theaters everywhere Dec. 17.