The cast of the forthcoming HBO series Euphoria Season 2 has hinted that iconic Spider-Man: No Way Home actor Tom Holland may feature in a brief appearance in the series. Tom Holland makes his solo debut in Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017 after previously starring in the MCU film Captain America: Civil War in 2016. In the film, he alternated between playing the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man, his personal life, and interactions with his fiancée MJ or Michelle Jones (Zendaya). Zendaya will play a girl who is usually furious but also unique in the forthcoming second season of the HBO series Euphoria. She will attend East Highland High School.
While promoting his last film in Jon Watts’ Spider-Man trilogy, Tom Holland was asked about his appearance in the forthcoming series Euphoria. After expressing his excitement for his involvement in the series, he said that he had already been on the set of the programme over 30 times while filming was underway. Zendaya, on the other hand, has casually said that she would speak with HBO’s authority. The other cast members of the series have spoken out regarding Tom Holland’s prospective appearance in the series.
What Do Others Say About The Cameo of Tom Holland
Other cast members, including Sydney Sweeney, Nika King, Maude Apatow, Colman Domingo, and Jacob Elordi, have reacted to heated questions submitted by fans about the many sectors of this programme in the most recent video uploaded on IMDb. When questioned about Tom Holland’s appearance as Spider-Man in the programme, they said nonchalantly that they believe it is feasible to see. Sweeney says that she believes Spider-Man should emerge in the scene to rescue the day since Highland is messed up. Apatow speculated that this may be a clue towards a crossover. Sweeney quips that Euphoria will then meet MCU.
Is it Possible that the Cameo is Really Happening?
As we all know, Marvel Studios has a massive wave of phase 4 programmes on the way, including Moon Knight of Disney+ and Deadpool 3 among many more. As a result, we may conclude that the MCU has no plans to collaborate with HBO on their series. At least, nothing that we are aware of. On the other side, HBO/Warner Brothers is a well-known rival of Marvel/Disney+ and Sony. So you can’t be sure whether the production company will approve a crossover between two realities.
In this regard, you should be aware that Tom Holland has said in various interviews that he has considered retiring from the role of Spider-Man. He also said that the time has come for him to concentrate on another project or to serve as a guiding figure rather than the main character. Meanwhile, given his appearances in forthcoming films like as Uncharted, we may anticipate that he will feature in Euphoria. Perhaps not as Spider-Man, but as another intriguing persona.