Spider-Man: Tom Holland opens up on recently revealed crossover

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British star Holland has been hounded over the past few months over whether some former Spider-Man actors will be joining him on-screen in the upcoming film No Way Home. Rumours have suggested that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will be reprising their roles as the web-head, but nothing official has been announced just yet. Despite this, Holland has spoken out about another crossover that is about to happen. 

WARNING: This article contains full spoilers for Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Last month Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released in cinemas.

The post-credits ​scene of the movie showed Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) watching TV while the universe around him shifted.

In a shocking turn of events Venom then saw Holland’s Spider-Man on the TV, before commenting how tasty he looked.

In a new interview, Holland gave his opinion on the two mighty characters finally meeting in a Marvel movie.

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Holland explained: “It was really exciting to be a part of that film.

“Obviously, Tom Hardy is one of the greatest actors in the world. I’m happy to say he’s a lovely bloke.”

The 25-year-old went on to add he “genuinely” doesn’t know if his Spider-Man will meet Hardy’s Venom.

He added: “I haven’t really given it very much thought.” (Via Total Film)

Serkis went on: “I mean, who knows what will happen? We hope that one day they might come across each other, I guess.”

Meanwhile, the website Giant Freakin Robot recently reported that “Hardy will be in Spider-Man No Way Home”.

The publication “confirmed” that Holland’s fellow British star would join him on-screen in the upcoming movie for a cameo of some sort.

The chances of Venom and Spider-Man not meeting are extremely slim, especially considering they just united all the cinematic universes to make it possible.

This crossover tease would bring a Venom and Spider-Man battle to the big screen for the second time ever following 2007’s Spider-Man 3.

In the Maguire movie, he fought against Topher Grace’s Eddie Brock, before defeating him with sonic frequencies made by large construction poles.

Spider-Man: No Way Home hits cinemas on December 15.

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