How “Spider-Man” star Tom Holland gave Marvel producers a scare

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Jacob Batalon and Tom Holland in a scene from "Spider-Man: Homecoming." Production photos provided to the AJC by the Georgia Department of Economic Development

Atlanta-filmed “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is besting all others at the box office, claiming the top spot with a haul north of $117 million (“Despicable Me” was a distant second at about $33 million).

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Its star Tom Holland, whose character debuted in another locally filmed Marvel movie, “Captain America: Civil War,” has thoroughly charmed audiences and by all accounts has been a true delight on set.

But one little gaffe may have given Marvel brass cause for alarm, as Holland revealed in an Instagram video posted earlier this year:

Rule number one… hand in your script 😂

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Looks like it all worked out!

 


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