TOM HOLLAND, THE ROCK Want To Do A Movie Together?
It's been a rough couple of weeks for Spider-Man: Far From Home actor Tom Holland and now that the whole Spidey fiasco has seemingly run out of steam, he is onto bigger and grander things moving forward.
In an interview with GQ Magazine, Tom revealed that he's always looked up to Jumanji and Hobbs & Shaw actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. "The Rock is someone I've always looked up to. His whole thing is: Be the hardest-working person in the room. It's something that I've really taken to heart," he said.
It immediately got the attention of the wrestler-turned-actor who responded with nothing but high praises for Tom and said he'd be down to work with him in a project.
Very cool. @TomHolland1996’s a good buddy and continues to earn his success daily. That level of fame isn’t easy to navigate and he’s done it brilliantly & elegantly. Look forward to working with him one day. #hardestworkersintheroom 👊🏾 https://t.co/hGmpIazTJm— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) September 5, 2019
Tom retweeted Johnson's response in approval. "Thanks big man. Let’s find something"
Thanks big man. Let’s find something https://t.co/aK1vigpf3o— Tom Holland (@TomHolland1996) September 8, 2019
Now that the film rights to Spider-Man is once again owned solely by Sony, the production company is planning to keep Tom on board for another movie. On the other hand, The Rock is set to play DC baddie Black Adam in a future Shazam! sequel. What we're trying to say here is: he could be a good villain for our web-slinging hero. Yes?