Over the past few months, the continued promotion for Spider-Man: Homecoming has managed to make Tom Holland a superstar and a well-known celebrity worldwide. However, perks aside, it seems to have also made it difficult for the actor to interact with his fans.
Recently, Holland shared a small clip on Instagram to explain fans waiting for him outside his hotel. The actor revealed that he was instructed not to exit the hotel premises which could be due to the enormous crowd.
Fortunately, Holland found a creative way to give out his autographs to fans standing outside the hotel. The actor signed several pages from a Spider-Man comic book and tore them to crumble the pages and throw it out from the balcony to the fans standing outside the hotel. Going by the video, the crowd seemed quite excited to get their hands on his autograph. Readers can check it out in the video below.
“It’s sad that we cannot see them (in-person),” said Holland as he watched fans jump to grab his autograph. The kind gesture by the actor would truly make quite an impression on the fans. Earlier, Holland also visited Children’s Hospital Los Angeles as Spider-Man to surprise the young kids.
Holland fans throughout the world can watch him in action in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film hits theaters on July 7th. Later, the friendly neighborhood superhero would also appear in Avengers: Infinity War, hitting screens on May 4th, 2018.
For more Holland news, fans can check out his recent interview with Cineplex Magazine. The actor is also on the cover hiding his secret identity. Readers can check it out below.
tom holland on the cineplex magazine cover + his interview!! pic.twitter.com/Jbmm9AC96e
— kadija (@strksisters) June 22, 2017
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