Spider-Man: No Way Home Star Tom Holland Signs A Massive Deal With Netflix
Spider-Man: No Way Home Star Tom Holland Signs a Massive Deal with Netflix
A new Spiderman television series is in development and it’s all because of him. The streaming service announced that they have signed on to produce an exclusive original based off the superhero from Marvel Entertainment who made his first appearance 60 years ago as part of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko’s world famous “Spider Man.” This deal comes after Netflix released their most expensive show ever last year called Marco Polo costing $90 million per episode (even more than Game Of Thrones). With such high production values expected for this exciting series we can’t wait until 2017 when filming begins!
Netflix is getting ready to take on another blockbuster franchise with their latest signing. The streaming service announced that they have reached an agreement with Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland (who was also a key player in the recent Avengers movie) for his own superhero series that will be made exclusively available through Netflix and feature original scripts not based off previous comics books!
A lot of people are excited about this news because it means more stories set outside Marvel’s Cinematic Universe which gives viewers plenty of opportunities explore other worlds without being hooked into watching movies all day long every single week–although we would watch him any chance possible if he played Quicksilver again).