Tom Holland revealed if he would ever consider making a cameo on Euphoria while answering fans’ questions in an IMDb video alongside Zendaya. “Listen, I’ve been petitioning for this for a long time and it hasn’t occurred yet,” Tom said in the video, which was released on Thursday, December 16. “And I’m really sad.”
“I must have come to visit Euphoria at least 30 times this season,” the star revealed. “We should have tried to, like, Easter egg, throw you in there,” Zendaya, who portrays Rue on HBO’s hit show and earned an Emmy for her role, later added. According to E! News, if Tom were given the chance, he would take it. He cried, “I’d love to be in Euphoria!” Zendaya then said, “That’s all right! Allow me to speak with a few folks. Let’s call HBO and see what we can do.”
Other topics discussed included whether the co-stars of Spider-Man: No Way Home would ever want to return to Lip Sync Battle (no), what Harry Potter house their Spider-Man characters would be in (he said Peter Parker would be in Hufflepuff and she said MJ would be in Ravenclaw), and what secret talent Tom possesses.
Tom and Zendaya, both 25, first appeared together in 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and had been rumored to be dating for quite some time. Tom told GQ for its Men of the Year issue that they “felt robbed of our privacy” after they were photographed kissing in a car this summer, confirming their relationship. Zendaya continued, “It was extremely unusual and weird and confusing and invasive.”
Screening Sees Theater Erupting In Cheers
The showing of Spider-Man: No Way Home is greeted with applause. After months of anticipation; the highly anticipated Marvel Studios and Sony blockbuster has arrived. Fans have already rushed to theatres in droves, with much more expected this weekend. However, based on their reactions to the film during one screening; it appears that fans truly appreciated the blockbuster.
Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is grappling with the implications of his superhero secret identity being revealed in Spider-Man: Far From Home, which serves as the narrative leaping point for Spider-Man: No Way Home.