Superhero blockbuster Spider-Man: No Way Home is the most successful film of 2021 making more than $1 billion dollars U.S at global cinemas. The latest Spider-Man film becomes the first movie since the Covid-19 pandemic to hit the billion dollar mark. No other Hollywood movie has come near to reaching that $1bn milestone since the pandemic began two years ago after many cinemas were forced to close due to Covid restrictions.Spider-Man's current adventure has also broken into the top 10 biggest Marvel movies of all-time.
Holland went to Atlanta, Georgia, to begin filming "Spider-Man: No Way Home" in October 2020, days after he wrapped production as Nathan Drake in "Uncharted," an upcoming action movie based on a video game series of the same name.
The actor told Esquire that for his role in "Uncharted," his hair was cut into a "much cooler" style that's "not very Peter Parker."
So, when it came time to start filming "NWH," the costume department wanted to put a wig on Holland to better resemble his Marvel character's look.
"For the first time in my life, I put my foot down as the leading actor and was like, 'I'm not wearing that wig. I'm going to have shorter hair and you're going to have to deal with it,'" he said.