In interview Pattinson shares that he thinks Holland manifested the job of Spider-Man while on the set of The Lost City of Z. According to Pattinson, while the two actors were on set, Holland “was wearing a Spider-Man outfit.” The main clarification for this that he could think of was that “he really manifested that part!” Naturally, Kimmel was slightly confused and asked for explanation as to whether Holland was wearing a Spider-Man shirt, or a full costume. Pattinson responds by saying, “it resembled a legitimate costume.” Check out the full statement underneath:
I actually worked with Tom Holland when I did this film called The Lost City of Z, years prior. What’s more he was I think he hadn’t been cast as Spider-Man, and he was wearing a Spider-Man outfit when I was shooting that film He really manifested that part! Like, I mean, he was wearing a Spider-Man I swear to God, similar to we were in Colombia, and I’m almost, close to 100% sure he wasn’t as yet cast! It was like, it resembled an appropriate costume. What’s more we were, as, in the center of nowhere in Colombia, and with no one around, there’s no one no one witnessed this aside from me.
Robert Pattinson claims that Spider-Man: No Way Home entertainer Tom Holland manifested playing the Marvel superhero six years prior. In those days, Holland and Pattinson were working together on the film The Lost City of Z, which tells the genuine story of British pioneer Major Percival Fawcett, who disappeared during his search for a mysterious Amazon city in the 1920s. The film was helmed by James Gray and was released to blended reviews in 2016.
Of course, the two actors have seen very exciting vocation developments since the release of The Lost City of Z. Holland is now best known as the widely adored web-slinging superhero, Spider-Man, in the MCU. Pattinson himself has as of late tracked down his way into the superhero world as well, and his upcoming performance in The Batman will make him the latest in a long line of famous actors to have played the Caped Crusader on the big screen. The two actors have actually showed up together again, in the Netflix original The Devil All the Time.