Tom Holland, Jurassic Park

Spider-Man vs. the dinosaurs would be Tom Holland’s dream come true

If it's meant to be.... then life, uh, finds a way.

July 4, 2019
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Spider-Man: Far From Home has recently hit theaters to rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Actor Tom Holland is already looking ahead to the next installment for his iconic web-slinging superhero.

In a recent interview, Holland revealed he would like to see Spider-Man fight dinosaurs in the future.

This is why we love Tom Holland.

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Holland and the rest of the Spider-Man cast are making their rounds to promote the recently released film. During one interview, Holland was asked where he’d like to see the next installment head.

“There is a Spider-Man comic where he’s fighting Doc Ock in a private plane and he falls out of the plane into a jungle and then there’s dinosaurs in the jungle and stuff. That’s what James Cameron’s Spider-Man was going to be about. He wrote a Spider-Man script and it was about Spider-Man fighting dinosaurs I think. It’d be like Jurassic Park: Spider-Man Awakening or something like that.”

For a bit of background info, James Cameron (Terminator, Avatar) was slated to direct a Spider-Man movie in the ’90s. While the movie never came to light, Holland believes it had something to do with dinosaurs.

Honestly, we’d be pretty curious to see a Jurassic Park/Spider-Man crossover film.

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The Spider-Man star recently revealed how he prepared for his role, which included going under-cover at a high school.

Holland discussed how his character is an American teen who is headed international in this film, and how he prepared for that.

“I actually went to a New York City school sort of undercover as a research experiment for the film, and when I came out he said “What was it like?” and I said “Firstly, I’m thick as shit and I had no idea what they were talking about [laughs] and, secondly, it is so unbelievably diverse, especially in Queens and Brooklyn and the Bronx and stuff, and I think he did a really good job of making the environment authentic throughout the first film and this one,” Holland said.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently in theaters. You can check out the most recent trailer below.

Would you like to see Spider-Man fight dinosaurs in the next film? Sound off in the comments below.

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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