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Tom Holland's Iconic 'Lip Sync Battle' Performance Could Have Been Very Different

It has been four years since Tom Holland graced the stage of Lip Sync Battle and delivered an iconic performance of Rihanna‘s song “Umbrella.” His performance could have ended up being very different though!

Insider just did “An oral history of Tom Holland’s sensational ‘Lip Sync Battle’ performance” article and revealed some secrets that we’ve never heard before.

The show’s executive producer Casey Patterson revealed there was actually a back-up song prepared in case Rihanna‘s team didn’t approve of the performance.

“We would clear song by song and have to go to each artist. We’d say we have Tom Holland coming on the show, and Rihanna would need to bless it. It’s never a given,” she said.

Costume designer Jeanie Cheek said, “We actually created two different sets of costumes for him and all of the dancers. Just in case “Umbrella” didn’t go through, we had a backup performance.”

Click inside to find out the back-up song, which would have been amazing… More Here! »

Tom Holland to Star in Apple TV Anthology Series 'The Crowded Room'

Tom Holland is about to star in a TV show!

The 24-year-old Spider-Man actor will appear in a mental illness-themed anthology series coming to Apple TV+, THR reported on Thursday (April 8).

The streaming service has greenlit the straight-to-series, 10 episode anthology, which is called The Crowded Room, from writer Akiva Goldsman.

Find out more details…More Here! »

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Wraps Filming & New Instagram Hints Tobey Maguire & Andrew Garfield Could Still Be Returning

Spider-Man 3: No Way Home is officially wrapped!

The news was confirmed by stunt coordinator George Cottle, who shared a white board full of possible title ideas for the film on Instagram.

His post made sure to mention and thank many of the cast and crew for the flick, and also dropped a few names that are sure to peak Spider-Man fans interest.

Most notable was Chris Daniels, who worked as Tobey Maguire‘s stunt double in the first Spider-Man trilogy movies.

Just days before, Andrew Garfield‘s stunt double from The Amazing Spider-Man series, William Spencer, also posted an image of himself alongside Tom Holland‘s stunt double on a movie set.

While that was deleted, it just adds to the ongoing theory that Andrew and Tobey both could still be making cameos in the movie.

Marvel boss Kevin Feige said neither of them are returning, multiple times.

Tom even shot down rumors that Tobey and Andrew could return as their Peter Parkers.

Although, their villain’s, played by Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx are returning for the film.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is expected to premiere in December 2021.

Tom Holland Shares Hot Photo, Looks Ripped Shirtless With His Trainer!

Tom Holland is looking jacked!

The 24-year-old Spider-Man star posted a rare photo of himself shirtless to his Instagram on Friday (March 26).

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“I never post s–t like this but it’s our last day so f–k it. Thank you @DuffyGaver for making everything about this job better. Love you pal. Last session. No. 72,” Tom captioned the post, thanking celebrity trainer Duffy Gaver for their sessions together.

Tom Holland and his trainer pose together outside

It was recently revealed that some MCU stars are in competition with Tom - find out how!

A music superstar recently tuned into Tom‘s new movie instead of watching the Grammys. Find out who!

The Russo Brothers recently revealed Tom Holland almost wasn’t cast as Spider-Man.

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Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan Are Competing With Tom Holland - Watch!

Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan are opening up about the MCU bromance, and poking fun at their co-stars.

The two sat down for an interview with Jess Cagle and Julia Cunningham for this week’s episode of SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Podcast with Julia Cunningham.

During the conversation, the The Falcon and the Winter Soldier co-stars were asked about the extent of their relationship.

“We’re friends. It’s, it’s hard because, you know, we always traveled to different places and do different stuff, but, you know, we talk to each other, I would say more than the average person and, you know, I, I love admire and respect Sebastian. I feel like, you know, he’s for, for our generation, the work that he’s been able to do and the resume that he’s been able to put together is admirable. You know? So it’s a mutual respect, appreciation and understanding and, and me trying to get on that couch though,” Anthony said.

“Yeah, no, I, I completely agree…like he’s been in so many movies that I’ve watched and I’ve loved and he’s turned in performance after performance for a very long time…maybe it’s a protective nature that we also developed because we have been close and we’ve gone down this path and now, we have this thing and it worked out. But we’re also aware of how we can keep laughing at each other and at the whole thing, because it just goes by like that, you know what I mean? You can’t take yourself too seriously. And he’s definitely taught me that more,” Sebastian went on to say.

The two also jokingly discussed their competition within the MCU, including Tom Hiddleston and Tom Holland.

“We throw it down, man. Now the problem is, you know, when Loki comes out, you know, I mean…there is competition within Marvel,” Anthony said.

“There is competition. I want to see somebody do an algorithm or figure out if we were in a movie theater, how much money we would have made’ ’cause I know it would have been more than Tom Holland as Spider-Man,” he went on to say.

“One last thing to say: if The Night Manager is any indication…then either we are screwed or in a really great place,” Sebastian jokingly added.

“Anybody named Tom gets it all day,” Anthony laughed.

Find out what to expect from Loki!

Justin Bieber Is Watching Tom Holland's 'Cherry' Instead of Grammys 2021

Justin Bieber has other plans for his Sunday night.

The 27-year-old Justice singer-songwriter revealed what he’s up to during the Grammys on Sunday (March 14) – and it’s watching Tom Holland!

“Lazy Sunday with @tomholland2013,” he captioned a screenshot of himself logging into Apple TV+ to watch the 24-year-old actor’s Cherry.

Here’s a plot summary of the movie, which dropped Friday (March 12): “Cherry (Holland) drifts from college dropout to army medic in Iraq – anchored only by his true love, Emily. But after returning from the war with PTSD, his life spirals into drugs and crime as he struggles to find his place in the world.”

Monitor playing Cherry with instruments in background

If you didn’t know, Justin Bieber isn’t attending the ceremony, and isn’t exactly pleased with his Grammy nominations this year. Find out the “weird” reason why!

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Tom Holland Almost Wasn't Cast As Spider-Man, The Russo Brothers Reveal

Tom Holland has been playing Peter Parker for a few years now in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

However, there was a time when Sony wasn’t on board with casting the now 24-year-old actor in the role as Spider-Man.

“We talked with [president Kevin] Feige at Marvel about Holland and he got excited and then we went to Sony…” Joe Russo shared in a new interview with The Playlist. “And they were like, ‘Let’s think about it for a minute.’ We could tell we were meeting resistance from Sony. So we brought [Tom] back, brought him back, brought him back, and we were relentless in our pursuit of jamming him down the throat of the studio who owns this IP. It came down to a fight, yet Sony just kept dragging their feet.”

He went on, revealing that although they have a good relationship with Marvel boss Feige, Sony was still hesitant about Tom.

“…Coming into Civil War, Sony is looking at us going, ‘OK, so you guys have the Midas touch, here’s our [Spider-Man] IP.’ But, also, they were reticent, nervous, about handing off something that could ultimately cost them hundreds of millions of dollars, if not billions of dollars down the line,” Joe recalled.

Anthony added that Tom‘s age at the time was an issue.

“It was the first time Spider-Man had ever been cast as an actual teenager, right? Which was very important to us; there was a distinct nervousness of casting a kid,” he said.

“There’s a universe where Tom Holland is the last great movie star coming in underneath the wire of disruption. It takes a perfect storm of events to create a star: talent, timing, marketplace,” Joe continued.

In a recent interview, Tom opened up about the moment he found out he was cast as Spider-Man. Here’s what happened…