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Tom Holland Reveals Zendaya’s Reaction To His Wild Stunt In Uncharted

Uncharted, also starring Mark Wahlberg, was released on February 18 and grossed $139 million worldwide.

Tom Holland revealed how his girlfriend Zendaya’s reacted to a wild stunt in his latest movie Uncharted. During an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers, he was asked about a stunt in which he gets hit midair by a car. “Now, how do they bring that to you as an idea? And then do you just call your stuntman right away and say, ‘Bad news,'” Seth asked Tom.

Spider-Man: No Way Home actor replied that the Indiana Jones franchise was his favorite genre of film growing up. “So to do it myself was really exciting, but then I had to do it, and I broke myself,” Tom admitted. “Like, they tell you, ‘Right, we’re gonna do this stunt where you’re gonna jump into the back of an airplane, and then you get hit by a car out of the airplane.'” Tom added, “And you’re like, ‘Wow, that sounds amazing!’ And then you shoot it, and you’re on take 12, and they’re like, ‘Can we go again?’ And you’re like, ‘No I’m done,'” Tom said.

While referencing his girlfriend and their hit franchise, Tom added, “But it was tough. I was actually on set on ‘Spider-Man’ pitching the movie to Zendaya.” “I was going through the film scene by scene, and I told her that I was like, ‘Oh, there’s this great bit where I get hit by a car out of a plane.’ And she’s like, ‘I have to stop you there. What on Earth is this movie about?'” Tom revealed as the audience laughed.

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Holland then praised his two amazing stunt doubles and said their motto is that things should look dangerous while being safe. Tom said his mum Nicola actually was on the set the day of the stunt and the next day for ‘Drown in the Well’ day. He said it worked out because his parents in the past have visited him on sets when he was mostly stuck in his trailer. Uncharted also starring Mark Wahlberg was released on February 18 in the United States and has grossed $139 million worldwide.

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