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Zendaya Pens Sweet Tribute To Tom Holland

By Oreoritse Tariemi
16 December 2021   |   3:37 pm
Zendaya has taken to Instagram to send a sweet shout-out to Tom Holland ahead of their new movie Spider-Man: No Way From Home.  In her Wednesday post, Zendaya shared photos of Tom Holland, one recent one, and a throwback picture of him dressed as Spider-Man from his childhood. "My Spider-Man, I'm so proud of you, some…

Zendaya & Tom Holland at Spider-Man: No Way Home Premiere in Los-Angeles | Pop Sugar

Zendaya has taken to Instagram to send a sweet shout-out to Tom Holland ahead of their new movie Spider-Man: No Way From Home. 

In her Wednesday post, Zendaya shared photos of Tom Holland, one recent one, and a throwback picture of him dressed as Spider-Man from his childhood.

“My Spider-Man, I’m so proud of you, some things never change and good thing,” she wrote with a heart emoji. “@tomholland2013.”

This post comes two days after the duo walked the red carpet together at the Los Angeles premier of Spider-man: No Way From Home, scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, December 17th. Zendaya wore a custom Valentino gown with spider web embroidery while Tom Holland donned a Prada suit. 

This summer, the two confirmed their relationship when they were photographed kissing in a car after years of speculation. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home will officially be released in theaters on Friday. The Jon Watts-directed film begins after Spider-Man’s identity as Peter Parker has been revealed to the world. 

Parker then turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) who casts a spell to make the world forget he is Spider-Man which goes wrong; opening the multiverse instead.

The MCU is taken over by “Spider-Man” villains from different realities, including Electro played by Jamie Foxx, Green Goblin played by Willem Dafoe, Dr. Otto and Octavius played by Alfred Molina. Spider Man: No Way Home stars Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau and J.K. Simmons.

Since the film’s premiere, mixed reviews have trailed the new Spider-Man franchise. Variety chief film critic Peter Debruge described the latest Spider-Man as “a clever meta-adventure.”  Unlike Playlist’s Rodrogo Perez Rodrigo who called the film a “very regressive, fan-service-y ‘Spider-Man’ legacy-sequel that’s overly nostalgic for its heydays.”