Although five years may have passed for almost half of the world, the other half got dusted by the Mad Titan who snapped his fingers. Peter Parker and many of the classmates are also in that group, now coming to high school for their junior year for Spiderman: Far From Home. Resultingly, the relationship between MJ, Peter Parker and all his other friends haven’t changed to significantly.
Tom Holland Reveals About Spiderman: Far From Home
While going to a visit to England set of From Home, Tom Holland revealed how the relationships have evolved between cast members since the last Spiderman film came.
“It’s been great,” Holland said of returning to work with his co-stars. “It’s been a really, really fun film. Zendaya, Jacob [Batalon] and I become this little trio on camera and it’s just a great dynamic between the three of us. We all get on so well. The characters haven’t really changed at all, so for us it’s a nice stepping off point to explore new things with the characters. Zendaya’s great, she brings so much new stuff to that character that we know and love so well. I think audiences will really, really connect with her playing MJ.”
Of course, the trailers for Far From Home implies that MJ has come to know of Peter Parker’s dual identity secret. Given the sarcastic nature of Parker, it’s possible that she’s messing with him but we will have to wait and look out for the scene to play out. Tom Holland insists that the journey of the character is determined by love.
Peter is love driven in Far From Home
“He’s very much love driven in this film and taking a break,” Holland said. “This film is all about him trying to take a break but the responsibility of being Spider-Man always taking over, which is quite funny, because the first film we were really keen to show Peter Parker enjoying his powers and really wanting to be Spider-Man.”
Being a superhero could be absolutely great but Parker just needs a break after Endgame. “Now we have Peter Parker, who still loves the aspects of Spider-Man, but just needs a break, just needs a holiday like everyone does at times,” Holland said. “And that’s not possible when you’re a superhero, and you have responsibilities to save lives. So, it’s an interesting balance of, kind of watching a kid do his homework. That’s kind of how I’m describing it.”
Here is the trailer of Spiderman: Far From Home