MCU Phase 4 last year, which turned out to be the busiest MCU year to date. We saw plenty of beloved Avengers back in action, and we got to meet some of the new additions to the roster of MCU heroes. Some of them will join the ranks of the Avengers soon, as Marvel is building towards the next massive Endgame-like crossover. But before we get there, we might see additional exciting superhero pair-ups in the coming years. That includes a potential crossover between Tom Holland’s Spider-Man and Florence Pugh’s new Black Widow. That is, if Holland and Pugh’s wish comes true.
Tom Holland says that he "got in trouble" for the way he promoted "Spider-Man: No Way" home prior to its release.
"I actually got in trouble on the press tour," Holland, who stars as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) said in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter. "I got a phone call from some people at the studio, saying, 'Stop saying the movie is brutal! Stop saying the movie is emotional! It doesn't sell the movie!'"
The actor continued: "And I was like, 'But it is! This is the most emotional superhero movie that's ever been made.' And they were like, 'We want people to understand how fun it is.' And I was like, 'It is fun, but it's also kind of heartbreaking.' So I had to sort of change track on how I was promoting the movie, but I'm glad I gave at least some people some warning."