Friday, January 21, 2022

Zendaya and Tom Holland’s height difference made this Spider-Man stunt super difficult

Tom Holland may have played the superhero in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but it was Zendaya who helped her shorter partner make a difficult landing.

During a performance at The Graham Norton Show on Friday, the couple explained how the difference in height made one trick more difficult to perform.

“Spider-Man rocks us on the bridge and puts me there. … So he should rest softly MJ [Zendaya] on the bridge and get away from her, ”Zendaya said.

But according to the “Euphoria” actor who is taller than Holland, the two were tied together for a stunt and she landed on the ground before him.

Holland then joked that although he is playing a superhero and “should look cool,” Zendaya will land on the ground first, with his legs swinging from under him.

“And then she catches me,” he continued as the two stood up to demonstrate how the landing played out during filming.

Zendaya said Holland was “beautiful” in everything. (See the clip below.)

Aside from discussing their action-movie landing techniques, the two remain relatively private about their personal lives, especially their long-rumored romance.

Holland did discuss their relationship behind the scenes in a cover story for GQ’s People of the Year magazine last month, claiming that fame took away their right to privacy.

The actor turned to photographs published by the paparazzi in the summer of a couple kissing at a traffic light in Los Angeles.

“The moment that you think is happening between two people who love each other dearly is now the moment that the whole world is sharing,” he said.

But Holland did not divulge anything, explaining that this was not his story.

“This is our story,” he said.

Spider-Man: No Way Home will hit theaters on December 17th.

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