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Tom Holland Says 'Stakes Are Real' In Spider-man: Far From Home

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The 22-year-old actor teased that in the upcoming sequel to 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' his alter ego Peter Parker has to "step up" now he's working with Samuel L. Jackson's Nick Fury, now he no longer has the support of his mentor Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark.

Added on the 15/05/2019 17:30:13 - Copyright : SPlash News EN

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