Glamovie.com – It looks like Tom Holland has never been a deterrent to always giving a leak related to the film he stars. Unsatisfied after announcing the official title “Spider-Man: Far from Home” a few months ago, this time the young actor even shared a video of the atmosphere on the set.
Through his Instagram account, the British actor uploaded a short video showing the scene of his double stunt shooting, where Peter Parker was thrown back by a wave of water. While showing the scene, the 22-year-old actor gave a joke that he did all his own actions without a stuntman.
But it was not comforted by Tom’s jokes, the fans actually speculated that the action showed the existence of another villain, namely Hydro-Man.
Hydro-Man is a villain who is known to be able to turn his body into water, like Sandman who can turn his body into sand. Even interestingly, a number of fans also dubbed Tom as “Spoiler-Man” due to this video.
“My God! There is Hydro-Man!” a fan’s comment.
“Okay, that means Hydro-Man will also become a villain here,” another replied.
“Can this boy stop screwing and give spoilers? Does Marvel not prevent it?” complained other fans.
“He’s really Spoiler-Man,” said the other.
Since he made his name as the actor Peter Parker aka Spider-Man in the MCU franchise, Tom is known to be untrustworthy to maintain the confidentiality of the films he stars. Because, often the actor who was born in 1996 gave a clear leak to fans.
Surely Tom’s habits are a problem for Marvel Studios.
As is known, all this time the studio is known to be so intensively maintaining the secrecy of their film before it is officially released.
Apart from that, previously there was a rumor that mentioned that Hydro-Man could appear in the sequel to “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. But unfortunately, many fans are more interested in the news of joining Jake Gyllenhaal to play the main villain, Mysterio.
But, if you look at the film “Spider-Man” in the past that often displays more than one villain, it is not impossible if Hydro-Man will also appear in “Spider-Man: Far from Home”.
On the other hand, “Spider-Man: Far from Home” will continue to shoot in a number of European countries in the next few months.
Again directed by Jon Watts, the plan is that the spider’s human sequel is ready to greet fans on July 5, 2019. (Glamovie).