Tom Holland Was Heartbroken That Gwyneth Paltrow Didn’t Remember Being In ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ While Jon Watts Says He Is ‘Not Surprised’

During an appearance on Jon Favreau’s Netflix series “The Chef Show”, Gwyneth Paltrow revealed having no recollection whatsoever of filming her scenes for “Spider-Man: Homecoming” — something that the film’s star admits “breaks my heart.”

In a new video for Popsugar, Holland is joined by “Spider-Man: Far From Home” co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon, with the trio answering Spidey trivia questions.

One of these questions led Holland to address Paltrow’s comments.

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“I mean, I’ve only worked with Gwyneth one time, on ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’, which she doesn’t remember,” he said. “Which still to this day breaks my heart.”

Holland then had quickly remembered that he had worked with the “Shakespeare in Love” Oscar winner one other time.

“No, actually no, that’s not true,” he recalled. “One time when we were shooting ‘Endgame’, she was in her blue suit, and I was in my Spider-Man suit, and she came up and she asked me for a photo with me and Robery Downey Jr. And I think she posted it and she said, ‘Robert Downey Jr. and myself and this guy.’ I was just the guy. It was cute.”

In case you missed it, check out Paltrow totally not remembering being in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in the video below.

Even the film’s director Jon Watts says that he isn’t surprised that Paltrow didn’t realize that she was in “Homecoming”.

“I totally get it. When we shot that scene it happened so quickly that I was not surprised that she just thought that was Avengers,” Watts told Entertainment Weekly, “because she doesn’t really even see Tom Holland [Spider-Man] in the scene, he’s gone by the time she steps in. So she shows up and does the scene with Jon Favreau and Robert Downey Jr., she’s going to think that’s the Avengers.”

Watts added, “I thought it was so hilarious.”

 

 

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