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Tom Holland has said he’s experiencing a ‘pre-midlife crisis’ ahead of his third Spider-Man film being released.
"I don't even know if I want to be an actor," the 25-year-old said when asked what was next for him.
"I started acting when I was 11 and I haven't done anything else, so I'd like to go and do other things.
"Genuinely, I'm sort of... having a midlife crisis - at 25, I'm having like a pre-midlife crisis." Others might refer to this as a ‘quarter-life crisis,’ which happens to some people in their mid-twenties.
“Similar to the more widely recognized midlife crisis, the quarter-life crisis is a period of uncertainty and questioning that typically occurs when people feel trapped, uninspired and disillusioned during their mid-20s to early 30s,” said an article from Bradley University.
Sky News added that Holland expressed an interest in returning to his dancing routes for a while. He was made famous by his role as Billy Elliot in London’s West End as a child. We know that Holland is also keen to play the next James Bond.
This comes after Tom Holland set the record straight on another comment he made to the media recently about his future as the webslinger. He told GQ that if he was still playing Spider-Man at age 30, he’d be doing something wrong. He’s since said that comment had been “misconstrued.”
The 25-year-old is keen to see Miles Morales as Spider-Man being introduced to the MCU and during a conversation with his co-stars on Extra, he spoke of the idea of featuring as a mentor figure to the new, younger Spider-Man like Robert Downey Jr’s Iron-Man had to his character.
Speaking of Iron-Man, Zendaya admitted in the same interview on Extra that her boyfriend and co-star - aka the serial spoiler - spoiled Avengers: Endgame for her because he spilled the beans on Iron-Man’s fate.
Spider-Man: No Way Home lands in cinemas on 15tth December 2021.
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