During the promotion for Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland joked about how seriously Marvel takes spoiler leaks, equating himself to a member of the Suicide Squad. Since Captain America: Civil War in 2016, when this incarnation of Spider-Man first debuted on film, Holland has played Peter Parker.
Immediately following the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home and the revelation of Spider-identity, Holland returns as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Man’s A plethora of prominent faces from the MCU appear in this film, including Jamie Foxx (Electro), Alfred Molina (Doctor Ock), Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), and many more. During the pre-sale period for this highly anticipated film, fans flooded ticket websites, causing some sites to fail.Considering that Spider-Man: No Way Home had over 355 million views in its first 24 hours, this level of attention is not surprising.
While promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home, Tom Holland and his co-stars appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and talked about their experiences on production. In addition, they met with a number of young Spider-Man fans and addressed their questions about Marvel. Even Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds), the star of the new picture, has been asked to divulge the finale by an ardent admirer. Holland and Batalon then jokingly discuss the possible repercussions of leaking Marvel information:
Holland: They’re going to murder us, I’m afraid. Yes, Batalon believes that our tracking numbers are on us and that they’ve been able to locate us. For the first one, they installed a microchip in the back of the head. A little bit in the back of our minds, yeah. It’s remote operated, so you can’t even touch it without risking a brain explosion. So that’s basically what will happen. A real-life Suicide Squad, that’s what we’re like.
Since entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Holland has developed a reputation for accidentally spilling the beans on secret movie details, which has become a running joke among fans and co-stars alike.
It was even the screenplays for his blockbusters, like Infinity War and Endgame, that were kept from him because of his ego issues. He claims that he understands how to ruin things in the new Spider-Man movie, which he claims to have studied well. Although this is the case, it is reasonable to infer that, considering Holland’s history of releasing Marvel movie secrets, he is not concerned about the ramifications of doing so.