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Tom Holland provides update on Spider-Man’s Long Run, says’Spidey rests in Sony’s safe hands’

Actor Tom Holland, who’s looking at uncertainty over his upcoming appearance in Marvel films as Spider-Man, states that the superhero’s personality is in”safe hands” in Sony.

It had been at 2015 when Sony, after confronting box office disappointment with Andrew Garfield’s Beautiful Spider-Man 2, chose to strike a bargain with Kevin Feige-led Marvel Studios that allowed the superhero look in Marvel movies.

Holland, who took on the role in Garfield, debuted with Captain America: Civil War, he followed with two Avengers films and also two solo outings.

Holland, however, is not anything but thankful to Sony to get the chance to play with the iconic web-slinger from the movies. I have had the time of my entire life, and so many respects, they’ve made my dreams come true since an actor,” the actor told GQ Style in a meeting.

“Sony has also been very great to me, as well as the worldwide success of Spider-Man: Far From Home is a true testament to their service, ability, and dedication. The heritage and potential of Spidey rest in Sony’s secure hands. I am nothing but thankful, and I have made friends for life across the way,” he added.

This is the next time Holland has addressed this situation. During his appearance in Disney Pictures panel at D23 Expo to market his newest Pixar movie Onward, he stated the past couple of days have been”mad.”

“Listen, it has been a crazy week, but I would like you to be aware of, I’m thankful from the bottom of my heart, and that I adore you 3000,” Holland stated.