“Maybe it’s time to move on,” Holland said. “Perhaps the best thing about Spider-Man is that they make a Miles Morales movie. I have to consider Peter Parker, because he is an important part of my life “, adding:” If I play Spider-Man after I am 30, I have done something wrong “.
Holland also suggested that he was not currently interested in becoming an actor for the rest of his life, but that his feelings could change.
“I can start shooting The Crowded Room [a film project he co-scripted with brother Harry] and go, “You know what, I’ll do this for the rest of my life.” Or I can do Spiderman 4, 5 and 6, to finish when I’m 32 and never do anything else. “I’m not sure what I want to do.”
According to Pascal, the latter is definitely happening. The question now is how long it will take for the next trilogy to come off, what it will look like and how it will fit in the MCU ever-expanding tapestry. Holland had previously said, “If we were lucky enough to dive into these characters again, you would see a very different version. It would no longer be Returning home Trilogy. We would give him some time and try to make something different and change the tones of the films “.
Surely, a new superhero every two years would be taxing for any actor. But perhaps the Netherlands just needs a long vacation. At least that’s what Sony hopes for.
As long as we wait Spider-Man: No Way Home to be released in theaters on December 17, see the full release schedule for the upcoming MCU movies here.
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