Tom Holland Reveals The One Condition That Must Be Met For Him To Do 'Spider-Man 4'
Tom Holland is very grateful for the opportunity to have starred as Peter Parker in three Spider-Man movies, but says he is open to passing on the baton to another actor.
The 27-year-old actor was asked about a potential fourth movie while at the premiere of The Crowded Room at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
"Look, all I'll say is as long as we can continue to elevate his character as, long as we can continue to do justice to him and make the films mean more and do better then I'll be there," Tom said.
Keep reading to find out more..."I'd be a fool to say I wouldn't," Tom told Extra. "I'm in love with Peter Parker, he changed my life it is the greatest gift.
Tom starred in Spider-man: Homecoming (2017), Spider-man: Far From Home (2019), and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).
Tom also added that he is open to having another actor take over the character. "If we can find a way to make one that will surpass the third one and be
different and be interesting and be new, I'll be there, and if not I'll swing off into the sunset and it'll be the next lucky kid's job," Tom said.
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