AceShowbiz - Tom Holland has been faced with the most-asked question surrounding the upcoming Spider-Man movie. The "Avengers: Endgame" actor addressed the long-running speculation about Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Kirsten Dunst's possible involvement in the "Spider-Man: Far From Home" sequel in an interview for Variety's Awards Circuit Podcast.
Having been known for his reputation to drop spoilers of his films, the Brit managed to keep his lips shut this time. "Beats me, I don't know. If they are, they haven't told me yet...," he joked. "That would be something that Marvel would do. I watch the film and be like 'So that's who that tennis ball was!' "
He added, "I've never met Kirsten Dunst. I met Andrew once, I met him at the BAFTAs. He was lovely. He was a really nice bloke and we had a nice chat." He went on sharing, "It was quite soon after 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' had come out. He was really positive and nice. I've bumped into Tobey a few times at different parties in L.A. He was really nice. They seem to be lovely, really nice people. I hope they enjoy our movies. I hope they enjoy our Spider-Man's."
The movie will reportedly feature alternate universe storyline, which will allow the return of Maguire's and Garfield's Spider-Men. Benedict Cumberbatch, Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina are additionally said to star in it.
Zendaya was previously asked about the rumored crossover when appearing on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in December. "Everything is very secretive," the 24-year-old told host Jimmy Kimmel. "I can neither confirm nor deny."
When asked if she celebrated Thanksgiving "with Spider-Men," she responded, "Yeah - I can't say that," before admitting that the host almost got her, "You almost... that was good. That was good." Jimmy explained his curiosity, "Because I was wondering what you guys had. Because I know Tobey Maguire is a vegan," to which the MJ depicter claimed, "I have no idea... I really don't."