The No Way Home star is prouder of the film’s reception than box office records


The No Way Home star is prouder of the film’s reception than box office records

Many big-budget blockbuster movies are also called “audience delights” for a reason, and there are times when one of those designations holds truer than the other. For example, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, grossed over $800 million, but the film had mixed reviews. John Carter flopped at the box office, although many who loved him still referred to the film as a modern-day cult classic. Other times you get both – and that’s what Spider-Man actor Tom Holland likes about No Way Home. Still, the Spider-Man star says he’d rather fans enjoy the movie than make big bucks.

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It’s a really good feeling, especially from Tom Holland, who has become beloved by many Marvel fans for seeming to be such an approachable guy and a fan himself. In a recent interview with BBC’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Tom Holland spoke about the distinction between the two.

“It was a really interesting time. While we were making the movie, we were all pretty confident that we had something really special in our hands, but I don’t think we could have ever known it would be as special as he was,” Holland told the host. “Take the box office out of the equation, the thing I’m happiest about and also proudest of is how well the film has been received by fans. Videos of fans watching the film at cinema when Andrew shows up and when Tobey shows up, and to feel that kind of nostalgic energy going through three different generations of cinema, has been very rewarding and an amazing thing to be a part of.”

The film was first released in US theaters on December 17, 2021. The film stars Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe, Jamie Foxx, and Marisa Tomei. You can still see the latest addition to the MCU franchise in theaters now.

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