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Spider-Man's Tom Holland Flaunts Ripped Abs For 'British GQ'

Stacy Diaz | 03 June, 2017, 01:48

Kirsten Dunst has slammed the new Spider-Man reboots, claiming that producers are simply "milking" a cow for money.

The actor played Mary-Jane Watson opposite Tobey Maguire in the original Spider-Man trilogy launched in 2002. Can you let them know that I'm unbelievable or something?' And he replied like, 'Hey mate.

Kirsten Dunst has launched a scathing attack on the upcoming reboot of Spider-Man, which will be the third time that audiences have been introduced to a new incarnation of the character in just fifteen years. She told Varietyshe doesn't care about the new films, because "Everyone likes our Spider-Man".

Fans may recall that after Dunst got exhausted of upside-down kisses, Columbia Pictures rebooted the franchise with 2012's The Amazing Spider-Man starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, was born. And I think we've never really seen Spider-Man with that kind of motivation before. "It's so obvious. You know what I mean?" she said. Throughout the wall-crawler's half-century existence, this latest series will be the ninth time that Spider-Man has graced our screens in his own series. Peter is upset by this, telling him that the game is starting, but Happy tells him that his Spidey powers make him much faster than a delivery so he's going to need to head out. C'mon, am I right or what?

Holland, who is a self-proclaimed longtime Spider-Man fan, revealed to British GQ that he even once arrived in a full red-and-blue Spidey suit to a get together, where he was the only one in costume.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to open on July 7 this summer. But later Sony had a pact with Marvel Studios and then they again entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe along with the wall-crawling hero.

Now Tom Holland has taken up the mantle after making his first appearance in Captain America: Civil War.