Tom Holland may be best known for playing a Marvel superhero, but the Spider Man star wants to try his hand with a role in a horror movie. Speak with Black Panther star Daniel Kaluuya about their respective Marvel roles, Holland opened up about his new role in Cherry making him play a character much different from Peter Parker. As for what comes next, Holland wants to enter the horror genre, apparently inspired by Jordan Peele’s creativity Get out.
“I think I’ll try both [Marvel movies and indie movies], ” Tom Holland said about what’s to come in his career. “I would like to make a horror movie, but I am so afraid of it. Get out is one of the few horror movies I’ve ever seen, and I love that movie, but I can’t tell you how much sleep you stole from me. “
Kaluuya, who played the lead role Get out, agrees that horror isn’t quite his go-to genre, although Peele’s film was an exception. He says, “I had babysitters who used to play Nightmare in Elm Street for me, and I watched that as a child, and it gave me nightmares. So I wouldn’t try my best to watch a horror movie, but Jordan Peele killed it. “
Referring to a scene in Get out where the character of Kaluuya is hypnotized by stir tea, Holland adds: ‘We had a joke in my house, because because we are English, we naturally drink a lot of tea. And you would stir the tea. ‘ Why are you doing it like that? Are you trying to hypnotize me? What the hell is it? ”
‘Bro, I’m going to London and then get a cup of tea Get out was interesting, ”Kaluuya responds.
Holland may not have starred in an actual horror movie at this point, although he’s halfway through with roles in a few thrillers. Last year, he appeared in Netflix’s psychological thriller The Devil All the Time alongside Bill Skarsgård, Riley Keough and Sebastian Stan. The Spider Man star is also set to appear in the sci-fi thriller Chaos running, based on the book series by Patrick Ness, with Daisy Ridley and Mads Mikkelsen. That movie will be released by Lionsgate on March 5.
Holland has of course also been busy backing up in the red-and-blue tights for another try as Peter Parker Spider-Man 3. Directed by Jon Watts, the anticipated sequel is set to premiere on December 17, 2021. He can also be seen in his latest role in Cherry, a crime drama directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, when it hits theaters on February 26; it will be streamed on Apple TV + later on March 12.
As for Kaluuya, the Get out star is cast in the lead role of Judas and the Black Messiah, a biopic after Black Panther Party chariman Fred Hampton in the late 1960s. Lekeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons and Martin Sheen also star. The film will be released at Sundance on February 1 and a theatrical release will follow on February 12. This news comes from Variety.
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