Spider-Man: Far From Home — Tom Holland avoids revealing spoilers; says he loves his fans '3000'
Tom Holland is currently in Bali, Indonesia to promote Spider-Man: Far From Home
Bali: It was a fun but risky fan event for Spider-Man: Far From Home star Tom Holland as he almost spilled a spoiler from the upcoming film.
The 22-year-old actor, who is infamous for letting out spoilers, is currently in Bali, Indonesia to promote the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) entry and during a fan meet-and-greet session he went too deep into the plot of the Jon Watt-directed film.
When asked about Spider-Man joining forces with Mysterio in the much-awaited movie, Holland started sharing the storyline.
"Mysterio in this movie is actually my new best friend. We work together to fight these elemental creatures, who have come after Thanos snaps his fingers. There is this inter-dimensional...," he said as a fan reminded him about not giving out details
The actor looked worried but the emcee for the event switched to the next question saving him from getting into trouble.
Holland said he had an amazing time working on the project, which is set after the events of the summer blockbuster Avengers: Endgame.
"What can I say about the film without ruining it. This film has a lot more action and is funnier than the first one. There is a lot of love and romance," he added.
He also revealed that his version of the webslinger will be sporting two new suits in Far From Home.
"There are two new suits in the movie, one is a stealth suit, which Nick Fury gives me and then a red-and-black suit."
Holland added that his favourite suit was the stealth suit, which was first created in the comics in 2011 for a battle against supervillain Hobgoblin. The young star was excited to meet his fans who waited for really long to meet their favourite superhero.
Many kids and young girls were present at the venue along with people dressed as Spider-Man.
Holland patiently met his fans, signed autographs and clicked pictures with them.
The actor was accompanied by his brothers Sam and Harry Holland. They were overwhelmed and happy to see their sibling receive so much love from his fans.
Holland, who looked emotional as the event ended, signed off with Iron-Man's much-admired dialogue from Endgame, "I love you 3000".
Sony Pictures India is releasing Spider-Man: Far From Home in the country on 5 July.
To see a couple of privileged folk, frantically trying to scramble their way to safety, their faces whiter than their original white after what they have just seen. It is oddly satisfying to see how it ends for them, because I know it will.
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