Tom Holland has said he thinks there should be a gay Spider-Man one day. Holland, who has played the web-slinger since , said all the way back in July he reckons the Marvel movies 'need to represent more than one type of one person'. During an interview for The Sunday Times Culture magazine , the actor said the Marvel Universe should become more diverse. Now, in a recent interview with GQ he has reiterated his opinions - during the interview Tom responded to a number of tweets from fans, one of which asked: "Didn't Tom Holland say he wanted Spider-Man to be gay? So yeah.
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A young, heterosexual actor opening up this discussion is significant. Teens currently struggling with their sexuality will perhaps be cheered by the likeable star celebrating queer superhero narratives. But I do know a lot about the future of Marvel, and they are going to be representing lots of different people in the next few years. Holland is of course correct.
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Jordan would play MJ? Did you know that he proposed this more than once? Did you know that Sony and Marvel allegedly inked a legal licensing agreement in which contractually obligated all parties involved to portray Peter Parker as straight and white?
Subscriber Account active since. The star of "Spider-Man 2," Andrew Garfield, told Entertainment Weekly he wouldn't mind the web slinger having a boyfriend. Garfield went on saying he knows the perfect guy to play the role of the male MJ — up-and-coming rising star Michael B.