Superheroes who are shorter than their partner are rare. One of them is Tom Holland’s portrayal of Peter Parker since Zendaya’s MJ towers above him by a few centimeters. It’s difficult for an actor to pull off a stunt when he needs to catch up to his partner when she is taller than him, as you might imagine. On the set of the final film in the Spider-Man trilogy, Zendaya, 1m77, and Tom Holland, 1m72, experienced this.
A TRICKY STUNT TO PULL OFF
The franchise’s two actors said that they had this issue when filming No Way Home during an appearance on the Graham Norton Show set. The two lovers follow this pattern to reach the bridge’s peak.
Zendaya: Spider-Man lifts us to a bridge’s summit and then lowers us there. He must thus place MJ on the bridge, land gently, and then leave her behind. We were connected, but due of our differences in height, I landed before him. Clearly, my feet were on the ground before his.
In fact, the move was out of character since the actress positioned her feet in front of her companion because her legs were longer than his. In fact, Zendaya landed where Tom Holland’s mark on the ground was supposed to be.
Mr. Tom Holland It’s called a ground mark after all, isn’t it? – The ground mark is a stunt device that primarily serves to prevent kneecap fractures. […] The superhero is me. She was landing, and then I was landing like this [both actors simulate the maneuver], but I’m meant to appear cool. My feet started to slip as she approached, so she picked me up in this manner even though I was meant to come straight up! It feels so good to put it on once!