Tom Holland reveals if he would like to present the Oscar

Tom Holland is one of today’s most popular artists due to his role as Spider-Man, as well as his charisma and humor.

And those qualities are all an Oscar presenter should have.

But would the star be up to the task if invited?

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Holland was asked the same question.

Holland did not initially rule out the idea, but said the time was not yet right for it.

“In the future, maybe… But not now. Honestly, I just don’t have the time to do so many things at once. I would love to do that – I like that stuff, I like to be under pressure and do things that make me uncomfortable. So I’m interested, but we’re talking about Oscar. It’s a responsibility that takes dedication to make sure everything goes smoothly.

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Funny thing is, the star seems to have regretted the answer and immediately called the reporter who interviewed him saying:

“I just wanted to recap what I said. You tell me about Oscar, don’t you? I’m a little nervous because you’re the first person to ask me about this. I went to the bathroom and thought, ‘Of course I would host that damn Oscar! What kind of idiot wouldn’t the Oscar catcher be? So yeah, if they asked me, I would, and that would be a lot of fun. I would really like.

Speaking of Oscar, Holland also joked that he would win a statuette for his performance in “Spider-Man: No Volta Para Casa”.

When asked if he was ready to say goodbye to the character, he replied:

“I know I love this character and I’d be sad to say goodbye to him. But basically I got everything I wanted as Peter Parker, I really think I’ll even win the Oscar for that. film So that’s great.

Recalling that the feature film is still showing in theaters and is climbing at the box office.

So far, there is already US $ 876.2 million worldwide.

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Directed again by Jon Watts, the cast includes Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, JK Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr and Jacob Batalon.

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