Tom Holland Ripped A Super-Fart In Spider-Man Suit In Front Of Zendaya During Spider-Man: No Way Home Stunt: She “Felt The Rattle”

Tom Holland stunk out his Spider-Man costume when he did a super-fart on the set of No Way Home.

The 25-year-old actor was performing a stunt for the Marvel movie when he landed right in front of his girlfriend and co-star Zendaya, 25, and actor Jacob Batalon and accidentally passed gas.

Luckily, neither Zendaya nor Jacob — who play Peter Parker’s pals MJ and Ned, respectively — smelled the fart, but it lingered in his skintight superhero suit all day.

Speaking on BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Tom confessed: “In Spider-Man: No Way Home, there is a sequence where I save MJ and Ned and I have to like, swing down … and as we landed Jacob was in front of me and Zendaya was behind me and as I sort of squatted I let one rip and Zendaya was like right behind me. The lucky thing is that in the suit, the suit is so tight that no one could smell anything. Unfortunately, because the suit is so tight I could smell everything for the rest of the day … I couldn’t even pretend it was a seam ripping, it was very obvious.”

Tom shared the same story in another interview with SiriusXM, where he was joined by Zendaya and Jacob. “I felt the rattle,” Zendaya told host Jessica Shaw. “I immediately was like ‘Sorry about that. That’s my bad,’ ” said Tom said. 

Jessica then asked the trio if the incident would’ve been more “awkward” had it occurred during the making of the Spider-Man: Homecoming. “No, I don’t think so. I think it would’ve been a really good talking point and we would’ve talked about it in the press then,” Tom said. “So we’re talking about it in the press now.”

With Zoe, the English actor also discussed his next role as Fred Astaire in the upcoming Sony biopic based on the iconic entertainer’s life and career.

Tom is going to be putting the dancing skills he learned from his time in West End show Billy Elliot the Musical to good use when he starts shooting, and he joked that his shoes from that show still fit him.

He said: “Dancing has been my passion since I was a little kid and I’m going to just say now, so the lovely Amy Pascale has come to me with an amazing script to play Fred Astaire. It’s an incredible story. I’m very excited about it. I always say that I do one film for me and then one film for my grandad … doing a film where I get to play the iconic Fred Astaire would definitely be one for my grandad. I tried to put my tap shoes on the other day from Billy Elliot and I’m devastated to say that they still fit [laughs] … I was 11! No, they don’t still fit.” 

Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in Singapore cinemas on Dec 16.


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