While seeing Spider-Man: No Way Home, Zendaya, as MJ, was completely teary-eyed. The most recent Spider-Man film, starring Tom Holland, is the actor’s third solitary appearance as the character for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The film has been a worldwide box office triumph, generating more than $1 billion. In less than a month after its debut, it has become the most popular film of 2021.
Daredevil, Tom Hardy’s Venom, and previous Spider-Man superheroes Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire all made appearances in the film. Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, and others all made cameo appearances.
Zendaya, the star of Spider-Man: No Way Home, recently spoke with Marvel about her feelings regarding Tom Holland’s film’s tragic finale. “I sobbed the entire time I was watching the movie.” “When we were done, the first thing I said was, ‘This is terribly sad,'” the actress remarked. “It’s a savage. It’s a challenge. “It’s a bittersweet situation,” Tom continued.
“Is that the case, though?” Because it’s primarily bitter. “Like I’m not getting the sweet part,” Zendaya, who stars in Spider-Man: No Way Home, stated. Meanwhile, the actress previously described herself as a “parent” to her co-star Tom Holland during filming the film. In an interview with Marvel, the Dune actress revealed she and her co-star Jacob Batalon felt like Holland’s parents when they dropped him off “at kindergarten for the first day” on set.
“We had to conduct a practice,” the Euphoria actress explained, “and me and Jacob (Batalon) felt like your parents.” “Are you dropping me off at school?” Tom joked. “Like leaving you off at kindergarten on the first day,” she said. ‘I hope the other kids like him,’ for example. ‘I hope he doesn’t come back sobbing,’ for example. So we were just there, and I was photographing you guys so you could have them. It was adorable.”
While responding to Zendaya, Spider-Man: No Way Home star Tom Holland remarked, “You have some fantastic images of us.”