People can’t stop thinking about Tom Holland watching Zendaya in new trailer for Challengers
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People can’t stop thinking about Tom Holland watching Zendaya in the new trailer for Challengers.
Rihanna’s ‘S&M’ booms through the trailer as her faithful husband Art (Faist) sticks by her side from their younger days of starry fame and through her knee injury.
But there is also O’Connor’s Patrick, part of the teenage love triangle with Tashi and proving to be a challenger to Art in every way as injured Tashi encourages her husband to compete in the Challengers tennis tournament.
From a threesome scene to kick off the trailer to her – already iconic – slinging out lines like ‘I’m taking such good care of my little white boys’, it’s set to be a steamy flick.
But in the midst of Zendaya bopping between her boys, fans are diverting their minds to her irl boyfriend, Holland.
The pair have been in a relationship since 2021 and met as ‘best friends’ on the set of Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2016.
As MJ and Spider-Man, they’re a fan-favourite couple so it’s no surprise some people are concerned for Holland as Twitter goes crazy for Zendaya’s new trailer.
One fan wrote: “Spiderman (Tom Holland) really just lost Zendaya to two mfs without superpowers LMAOO,” as they shared the clip of Faist and O’Connor kissing her neck from each side.
Fans joked in the comments: “No superpowers just superboners.”
Another called back to the Marvel movies and replied: “MJ after Strange removed Peter from her memories.”
And one wrote: “Damn… everything bad happens to Spidey.”
Others quipped: “Do you know how strong you gotta be in the acting world for you to watch yo girl do this.”
Evidently getting somewhat excited by the clip, one fan admitted: “Never thought I’d be excited about a movie about tennis this year but here we are.”
That said, Holland and Zendaya are always super supportive of each other’s roles and as an actor, I guess you’re gonna have to see your girlfriend run two other guys into a love frenzy at some point, right?
Challengers, directed by Luca Guadagnino, is set to be released in cinemas on 15 September.