This article is going to be focused on Tom Holland, who once thought that he is going to get fired from the MCU. Marvel Studios, which since the year 2008 has seen nothing but growth, is today one of the greatest commercially successful production houses that have been influencing the way we all look at cinemas now.
Throughout its growth, apart from giving all of us amazing stories and legends that have continuously embraced our screens, we have witnessed the studios transitioning their top actors to huge superstar statuses.
Robert Downey Jr. is the best example of one of the highest-paid actors in the world. The studio, which is best known for bringing superhero stories from the comics to the big screens, has also given a second chance to various actors who previously had terrible runs when it comes down to the superhero genre.
Including the very likes of Micheal Jordan as Killmonger of Black Panther, Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool of X-Men and most prominently, Chris Evans who has popularly achieved superstar status too after portraying the role of Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Similarly, Holland, who auditioned for playing the role of one of the most famous superheroes ever, Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War, was selected and even entered with a really wide applaud and claps in the theatre as he stole the shield of Captain America.
The fans and the critics praised Holland for being the closest Peter Parker version from the comics. Soon, three solo films from Marvel have been followed for his iteration, with the third one being one of the most highly-anticipated projects of Marvel with an ensemble cast.
Tom Holland Thought He Was Getting Fired After Captain America: Civil War
Even though Holland was met with such colossal praise, Holland from his side didn’t expect it much and was hoping to get fired after Captain America: Civil War.
Yes, you all heard it right, recently the actor sat on an interview and also talked about his feelings about his very first performance in an MCU film, and here we are breaking down every single thing the actor had to say.
Tom Holland, along with Daniel Kaluuya, recently sat on an interview and talked about his first-hand experience while working on this project and shared how he thought he was set to get fired after his terrible performance in Captain America: Civil War.
He also quoted that from the moment he began shooting for Captain America: Civil War to Spider-Man: Homecoming, and he was convinced that Marvel Studios would fire him.