'Spider-Man: Homecoming's Tom Holland Couldn't Stop Doing Backflips During His Audition

'Spider-Man: Homecoming's Tom Holland Couldn't Stop Doing Backflips During His Audition

Tom Holland knows exactly how to get your attention in an audition room — do backflips!

The Spider-Man: Homecoming actor revealed in a new interview that one of the things he did in all his auditions for the role of Peter Parker were backflips.

“You say, ‘Hi, I’m Tom Holland. I’m 5-foot-7. I’m this, I’m that.’ Blah, blah, blah, and I just did a backflip. I was like, ‘Hi, I’m Tom Holland.’ Backflip. ‘I’m 5-foot-7.’ Backflip. ‘I’m 20 years old.’ Backflip. ‘I’m from London.’ Backflip. Just to prove to them that I could. Every opportunity I got, I was flipping all over the place.”

That would definitely get anyone’s attention — even Captain America‘s Chris Evans!

During his screen test with Chris, the two were taught a fight rehearsal, and Tom decided to pull out even more backflips.

“[I] basically just flipped all over the place,” Tom shared. “Chris Evans had the first line of the scene and I was flipping. I think he was a little bit taken aback, so completely forgot his line. It was fun. And it worked out, obviously.”

Spider-Man: Homecoming is out on July 7th.

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