Many actors dream of being cast in an iconic role they can portray for years throughout multiple films. While some prefer showing off their acting range, the stability and recognition of playing a beloved figure is hard to turn down.
The current Spider-Man, Tom Holland, 25, is apparently already tired of his dream job and is ready to move on to another. He's already told GQ in a recent cover story that if he's playing Spider-Man after 30, he's "done something wrong."
And the word is from one co-star that once he's done with the webslinger, Holland longs to be the next James Bond.
With Daniel Craig ending his run of playing Bond, one of the most coveted roles in Hollywood is now up for grabs, and plenty of actors are throwing their hat into the ring. The latest being Holland who, according to his "Spider-Man: No Way Home" co-star Jacob Batalon, is constantly discussing the role.
“He talks about being James Bond a lot," said Batalon. "A lot a lot."
While Batalon may be campaigning for Holland to be the next Bond, nothing has been officially announced at this time. According to NME, James Bond producers claim they will be discussing who the next 007 will be in 2022.
Until then, Holland will just have to stick to being Spider-Man. Poor guy.
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