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Tom Hollander Accidentally Got Tom Holland’s Marvel Box Office Bonus – The Hollywood Reporter

Although British actor Tom Hollander said he doesn’t visually blend in with Tom Holland, via email he certainly does.

During a recent appearance on Late Night with Seth MeyersTHE Pride and Prejudice The actor joked that “it was very difficult” to have a name similar to that of the Spider-Man: No Way Home star because “I was here first. But he is extremely famous.

Hollander recalls the time his agency mistook him for the actor via email and sent Holland’s box office bonus for one of Avengers consequences for him.

“The people in the accounting department at my agency were confused. We were briefly in the same agency. And it was a terrible moment,” Hollander said with a laugh. “I went to see my friend who was doing theater in England. …I sat in the audience smugly after doing a BBC show for $30,000…the interval came and I checked my email and got one from the agency saying: “Instalment ticket for the first box office bonus for The Avengers.’”

At that moment, the Pirates of the Caribbean The actor said to himself: “I don’t think I’m in The Avengers“, but I opened the email anyway.

“It was an incredible amount of money,” Hollander said. “It wasn’t his salary. It was his first box office bonus. Not all the box office bonus, the first one. And it was more money than I had ever seen. It was a seven-figure sum.

Hollander’s latest role is in Ryan Murphy’s anthology drama series Feud: Capote against the swansscheduled to premiere on FX on January 31.

As for Holland, many fans are wondering if and when he might reprise his role as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in a fourth film as the protagonist. He said The Hollywood Reporter last year for a June cover story in which he had already sat in several Spider Man development meetings, but noted that he was also “a little nervous” about making a fourth installment.

“There’s a bit of a stigma about fourth in all franchises,” Holland explained. “I feel like we hit a home run with our first franchise, and there’s a part of me that wants to walk away with my head held high and pass the baton to the next lucky kid who gets to bring this character to life. “

Then in November he said Collider that he “would be stupid” not to play Spider-Man again, but said he would only do so if the script did “the character justice”.

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