Tom Holland shares trouser-free snap as he promotes new movie

Catherine Earp
·2-min read
Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images
Photo credit: Mike Marsland - Getty Images

From Digital Spy

With many of us working from home, typical office attire has gone out the window.

And it's no different for Marvel star Tom Holland who has shared a behind the scenes look as he promotes his upcoming film Cherry.

The Spider-Man actor has been promoting the Apple TV+ film from home thanks to online interviews.

Photo credit: @tomholland2013 - Instagram
Photo credit: @tomholland2013 - Instagram

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Sharing a picture to his Instagram Stories, Tom sat at a laptop in front of a ring light while dressed in a white shirt and blazer.

But from the waist down, Tom had decided to forego trousers, instead just sitting in his socks and underwear.

"Virtual press be like…" he wrote on the picture, adding: "It's fashion."

Cherry marks a reunion between the Marvel actor and Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo.

Photo credit: Apple
Photo credit: Apple

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Based on Nico Walker's semi-autobiographical novel, it tells the story of a former army medic who struggles with extreme post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), who falls into addiction and bank robbing.

Speaking about scenes where he robs a bank, Holland previously said: "It was strange, because it was such a small crew, it really did feel like I was robbing a bank.

"And [then] the alarm would go, and I'd be pointing the gun at this poor lady's face, I could not shake that what I was doing was wrong.

"There's a scene that's not in the film where I get arrested, and I've never been arrested before. And I was really thinking, 'F**k, I'm going to have to call my lawyer, and I'm going to have to figure out how to get out of this.'"

Cherry is set for release in US cinemas on February 26 and arrives on Apple TV+ on March 12 worldwide. With UK cinemas currently closed, it is unclear if the movie will get a big-screen outing.

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