According to the source Spider-Man: No Way Home and its potential to be nominated for Best Picture, Holland admitted that he’d love to host the Oscars. Be that as it may, he’s far too busy to make it happen this year, between his commitments on Apple TV+’s The Crowded Room and the Uncharted press tour. Nonetheless, he says he would relish that chance because he “love being put under tension and doing things that he feels uncomfortable doing.” Read the full statement underneath:
Maybe later on, yet in all honesty I’m just too busy at this moment. I don’t have the time. I have an Uncharted press tour to do, and then I start shooting in early March for this TV show which is going to take up a great deal of my time and is definitely the hardest job I’ve at any point taken on.
So maybe one day later. Be that as it may, no, not at this moment. Honestly, I just don’t have the time. And you know I couldn’t imagine anything better than to do that I love that kind of thing, I love being put under tension and doing things that I feel uncomfortable doing. So I’m interested in it, however I just don’t have the time.
It still seems improbable that Spider-Man: No Way Home will be nominated for Best Picture, considering that the main MCU film to at any point earn that distinction has been Black Panther. Nonetheless, Spider-Man has had a presence at the Academy Awards in the past. The first two Sam Raimi films were nominated for five Oscars between them, with Spider-Man 2 winning Best Visual Effects. Likewise, a Spider-Man entertainer James Franco has previously co-hosted the service, so there is a point of reference for Holland to take that stage when he’s ready. Holland has already demonstrated that he has the skills needed to be an astounding Oscars host. He could resurrect the traditional Oscars host creation number by harnessing the song and dance skills he showed off in his first major job Billy Elliot in front of an audience as well as the acrobatics skills he harnessed for Spider-Man: No Way Home. There’s probably no more excellent time for him than this year, so ideally the folks behind the Uncharted press tour will see what an amazing promotional chance it would be for Holland to host and carve him out some time.
Spider-Man: No Way Home has had a glittering film industry run, shaking off the curse of the pandemic film industry to rake in the profits. In just six days, it is already the highest-grossing U.S. film around the world. This followed it breaking Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ domestic record for best December opening end of the week and receiving second place behind its MCU peer Avengers: Endgame in almost every other opening record category.