The young British actor Tom Holland, playing Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe went on GQ’s features YouTube series- Actually Me on September 3, 2019.
Answering fan questions about Tom Holland
On this episode of Actually Me, ‘Spider-Man’ star Tom Holland goes undercover on the Internet and responds to real comments from Twitter, Reddit, Quora, YouTube and more. Does he drink a dozen cups of coffee a day? What is his skincare routine? Did he play for Arsenal? Does he like Arsenal?
He created an e-mail address, attached it to a bunch of sites where commenting was enabled, and then answered fan questions that were about, but not really “for” him. He stopped at one where somebody suggested he supports Arsenal.
He played an extra for Arsenal.
He replied, “This is not true at all. I played for the Arsenal vets once, and that’s not because I’m good at football, it’s because they were short that many players,” Holland said. “I am a fan of a football club but I will not tell anyone what it is because I don’t want to make people angry. You can probably guess who they are if you’re a football fan, but I’ve kept that pretty secret. I don’t know why, but no one really knows.”
Out of Instagram for a few days.
Tom also reveals that he will be taking down his Instagram account to take a break from social media. One fan asked him to play the role as 007 in the future because it’d be cool to see him kick ass as Mr. Bond He replies by telling it’d be a “sick” thing to play the role. The YouTube video is taking trips around the internet and making fans go gaga at all the juicy secrets Tom was revealing. Some fans imagined what if Tom had replied to their comments.