Infinity War director jokes about never dating Tom Holland
Avengers: Infinity War director Joe Russo jokes that Tom Holland never hangs out with him after the massive success of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Avengers: Infinity War director Joe Russo jokes about never dating Tom Holland again after the success of Spider-Man: No Path Home. Russo, who is directing with his brother Anthony, first ran an MCU project with Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The Russo brothers will then realize Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and the record Avengers: Endgame.
As directors of Civil war, the Russos oversaw the introduction of Holland’s Spider-Man into the MCU before he got his own standalone movie with Spider-Man: Homecoming. Holland has since appeared in box office hits like Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame with the Russos, but arguably achieved even higher levels of success with his standalone Spider Man movies. The most recent entry, Spider-Man: No Path Home, broke the trailer viewing record set by End of Game and just passed Infinity war at the domestic box office, officially becoming the second highest grossing debut album in Hollywood history.
In a new Instagram post, Russo takes a video of himself at the Avengers Campus in Disneyland, Calif., Showing a Spider Man stuntman perched on top of a roof with the camera then panning towards an impassive Russo. The caption of the post playfully slams Holland, saying: “It’s the closest we can get to hang out with [Tom Holland] now. “Of course, the legend also sincerely congratulates the whole team behind Spider-Man: No Path Home for his record breaking performance, Russo also calling him a “spectacular addition to the MCU. âCheck out the Russo Brothers’ post below:
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The Russos jokingly suggest that with No way homeWith the massive success of and Holland becoming one of the biggest and most sought after movie stars on the planet, he is no longer able to take the time to hang out with them. While the post is clearly intended as a joke, recent comments from Hollande suggest there may be a nugget of truth buried in there. With Spider Man Having now dominated more than five years of his life, Holland said he was ready to take a break from his acting career so that he could focus more on his personal life and start a family, hinting that playing the character kept him from making any progress in life outside of his career (which might mean hanging out with his friends and family).
With No way homeHowever, Sony and Marvel will be keen to put Holland back into the suit for future films. Spider Man has proven to be one of the most popular and profitable movie properties around today, and Holland has been instrumental in taking the franchise to these new heights. While it remains to be seen what the next step for Holland is (apart from the next Unexplored adaptation), the Russos thrived in their post-MCU careers, developing a successful relationship with Netflix, with their action film Chris Hemsworth, Extraction, occupying a # 1 spot on the list of their most watched movie streamers of all time. Spider-Man: No Path Home now playing in theaters everywhere.
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