The Oscar-nominated actor stated that on his very first day of shooting, he could not remember his line..
Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal in “Spider-Man: No Other Way Home.”.
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Jake Gyllenhaal said that he worried on his first day on the set of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” however costar Tom Holland helped alleviate his anxiety..
” Its tough, guy,” Gyllenhaal, 40, stated of the pressure of being in a Marvel motion picture throughout a virtual interview on SiriusXMs “The Howard Stern Show” on Monday. “That acting is hard. All of it. That world is huge.”.
Gyllenhaal joined the expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe as a bad guy called Mysterio/Quentin Beck in 2019s “No Way Home.”.
The film was a follow up to “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and marked Hollands 5th appearance as the titular webslinger from New York..
” Its hard, male,” Gyllenhaal, 40, stated of the pressure of being in a Marvel motion picture during a virtual interview on SiriusXMs “The Howard Stern Show” on Monday.” It was a train that was already moving,” Gyllenhaal informed Stern. “For me, Normally, I come in method early on, and I get to figure it out. Gyllenhaal added: “It was like he was me in so numerous circumstances.” Youll stroll in on Monday morning and all of unexpected you have a three-page monologue about interdimensional rifts and all this kind of insane things,” the star stated.
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” It was a train that was already moving,” Gyllenhaal told Stern. “For me, Normally, I come in method early on, and I get to figure it out. It resembled, You got ta deliver because space. And it was a whole different craft.”.
Holland shared a comparable recollection of Gyllenhaals very first day back in June 2019 during a look on NBCs “Late Night With Seth Meyers.”.
Holland, whos utilized to going off-script and improvising, stated that Marvel will sometimes “totally alter the lines overnight.”.
” Youll stroll in on Monday morning and all of abrupt you have a three-page monologue about interdimensional rifts and all this kind of insane things,” the star said. “So Jake resembled, he resembled panicking. I found myself on day one with working with one of my idols like, Its Okay, guy. Its OK. This is just how it reviews here in the Marvel world. So it was actually unusual.”.
He was like, Its all good, male. Just relax.”.
Gyllenhaal included: “It resembled he was me in a lot of circumstances. And I finally did, however I believe I just put a great deal of pressure on [myself] since I love that world.”.
Jake Gyllenhaal, who starred in “Spider-Man: No Other Way Home,” said that being in a Marvel movie is “hard.”.
Gyllenhaal said he felt pressure to provide and forgot his line on his first day of recording..
The star said he informed Tom Holland, “Dude, assist me out” and the actor encouraged him to unwind.