How Tom Holland Drunkenly Saved Spider-Man

How Tom Holland Drunkenly Saved Spider-Man


I WROTE AND ILLUSTRATED A CHILDREN’S BOOK CALLED “THE SERIOUS GOOSE.” IT IS A FUN BOOK. ALL OF THE MONEY I MAKE FROM THE SALE OF THE BOOK GOES TO CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL IN L.A. AND CHILDREN’S HOSPITALS ACROSS AMERICA. UNLIKE DONALD TRUMP JR. MY DAD CAN’T GET THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE TO BUY ALL THE COPIES. I NEED YOU FOR THAT. IT’S AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE BOOKS ARE SOLD. AND YOU CAN GET A SIGNED COPY AS THE SERIOUS GOOSE.COM.>>Jimmy: OUR FIRST GUEST IS A VERY FINE YOUNG ACTOR AND FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD AVENGER WHO CONTRIBUTES HIS VOCAL CORDS TO A NEW PIGEON ADVENTURE FILM. “SPIES IN DISGUISE” OPENS IN THEATERS CHRISTMAS DAY. PLEASE WELCOME TOM HOLLAND. ♪ [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>>TOM, IT IS VERY GOOD TO SEE YOU. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] HOW ARE YOU?>>IT’S GOOD TO BE BACK.>>Jimmy: IT’S GOOD TO HAVE YOU BACK.>>YEAH, IT’S GOOD TO BE BACK. I’VE BEEN IN CLEVELAND FOR TWO MONTHS.>>Jimmy: YOU’VE BEEN IN CLEVELAND FOR TWO MONTHS!>>YEAH, I’VE BEEN SHOOTING A MOVIE WITH THE RUSSO BROTHERS.>>Jimmy: YOU DID THE AVENGERS WITH THEM, BUT THIS IS NOT A SUPER-HERO-RELATED MOVIE.>>NO, IT’S A DRUG MOVIE. BUT IT’S GOING AMAZING. IT’S BEEN A REALLY STRANGE EXPERIENCE FOR ME, BECAUSE I’VE BEEN DOING THE SUPER HERO THING FOR A WHILE NOW, AND NOW I’M DOING HEROIN.>>Jimmy: YEAH.>>NOT ACTUALLY. I’M NOT ACTUALLY DOING HEROIN.>>Jimmy: FAKE HEROIN. FUN HEROIN.>>IT’S COFFEE IN A NEEDLE. BUT IT’S GOING REALLY WELL.>>Jimmy: DO YOU ENJOY BEING IN CLEVELAND?>>I LOVE CLEVELAND. I THINK CLEVELAND’S GREAT.>>Jimmy: YOU KNOW, CLEVELAND’S AN UNDERRATED CITY. FOR SOME REASON, SOMEONE DECIDED EVERY TIME WE MAKE FUN OF A CITY IN AMERICA IT’S GOING TO BE CLEVELAND.>>I HEARD THIS, YES.>>Jimmy: AND IT STUCK. I DON’T KNOW HOW IT HAPPENED. IT JUST KIND OF STUCK. BUT YOU’RE ENJOYING IT THERE.>>I REALLY LIKE IT THERE.>>Jimmy: WHAT DO YOU DO FOR FUN?>>JOE AND ANTHONY ARE FROM CLEVELAND, THEY’RE BIG BROWNS FANS, SO THEY’VE BEEN TAKING US TO THE BROWNS GAMES. AND EVER SINCE WE STARTED GOING THEY STARTED WINNING.>>Jimmy: SO YOU DIDN’T GO THIS WEEKEND.>>I DIDN’T GO THIS WEEKEND, NO. DID THEY LOSE?>>Jimmy: YEAH, THEY LOST, YEAH, YEAH.>>I’M SORRY, GUYS.>>Jimmy: SO, WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE A BROWNS FAN NOW?>>ABSOLUTELY. IT’S FUNNY, MY BROTHER AND I, WE DON’T UNDERSTAN THE RULES.>>Jimmy: UH-HUH.>>SO WE’VE JUST BEEN SITTING THERE DRINKING. BUT WE HAD A MENU, AND WE LIKE, WE CAME UP WITH OUR OWN VERSION OF HOW THEY SHOULD PLAY THE GAME.>>Jimmy: OH.>>AND IT DIDN’T WORK.>>Jimmy: IT DIDN’T WORK?>>NO.>>Jimmy: YOU KNOW, IT’S FUNNY, BECAUSE HENRY CAVILL WAS HERE AND HE LOVES THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS BECAUSE SUPERMAN IS FROM KANSAS, AND HE FIGURED SUPERMAN WOULD LIKE THE CHIEFS, AND HE’S NOW MADE THAT HIS REAL TEAM. AND NOW ARE YOU, I FEEL LIKE EVERY TEAM SHOULD HAVE A SUPER HERO ASSOCIATED WITH IT.>>YES.>>Jimmy: SO THE BROWNS GET SPIDERMAN. CHIEFS GET SUPERMAN.>>I LOVE IT. YEAH. S. >>Jimmy: WELL, THE PPATRIOTS AY HAVE CAPTAIN AMERICA. SEAHAWKS. HAWKEYE SHOULD LIKE THE SEAHAWKS. OH, THIS COULD BE FUN. WOULD IRON MAN LIKE THE STEELERS? OR ARE IRON AND STEEL RIVALS IN A WAY?>>I DON’T KNOW, THIS IS ABOUT AS MUCH FOOTBALL TALK AS I’VE EVER HAD.>>Jimmy: DOLPHINS, AQUA MAN.>>THE DOLPHINS ACTUALLY CAME TO LONDON TO PLAY WHEN I WAS A KID, AND THEY GOT SPANKED.>>Jimmy: THEY DID, AND DID THAT MAKE YOU NOT LIKE THEM? OH, THOSE GUYS SNUCK. >>NO, WE DON’T UNDERSTAND THE SPORT. WE DIDN’T UNDERSTAND WHY THEY KEEP STOPPING.>>Jimmy: WE STOP FOR COMMERCIALS IS THE REAL TRUTH IN THE MATTER. YOU GUYS DON’T STOP FOR COMMERCIALS.>>NOT REALLY.>>Jimmy: THAT’S VERY INTERESTING. YOU MENTIONED YOUR BROTHER, IS YOUR BROTHER HERE WITH YOU TONIGHT?>>HE’S BACKSTAGE.>>Jimmy: I MET YOUR BROTHER LAST TIME YOU WERE HERE.>>YES.>>Jimmy: AS YOU KNOW, I’M ALWAYS CURIOUS AS TO WHAT THE BROTHER — HE WORKS FOR YOU.>>I WORK FOR HIM, IF I’M HONEST. WE JUST SET UP, WE’RE TRYING TO SET UP A PRODUCTION COMPANY TOGETHER, AND WE’VE BEEN WRITING A SCRIPT TWOGETHER AND I WORK FR HIM. IF HARRY WASN’T IN MY LIFE, I WOULDN’T HAVE MADE IT HERE.>>Jimmy: WHY DO YOU SAY THAT?>>BECAUSE I’M JUST STUPID AND HE HAS TO TELL ME WHERE TO GO. >>Jimmy: HE’S YOUR SHEPHERD IN A WAY.>>YEAH.>>Jimmy: DOES EVER COME AND SAY HEY, I’D LIKE A RAISE?>>MAYBE.>>Jimmy: MAYBE. AND THEN DO YOU HAVE TO THINK ABOUT IT? DID YOU HAVE OTHER BROTHERS APPLYING FOR THE JOB? DID YOU INTERVIEW HIM FOR THIS?>>MY BROTHER SAM IS TRAINING TO BE A CHEF RIGHT NOW. SPIDERMAN TWO, THEY WERE LAKE, WOULD LIKE, WOULD YOU LIKE A CHEF, AND I SAID YEAH, BUT I’LL FIND MY OWN. I BROUGHT MY BROTHER IN.>>Jimmy: THAT’S KIND OF WHAT HAPPENS HERE.>>WE’RE WRITING A SCRIPT, AND IT STARTS WITH 20 MINUTES OF ARGUING, THEN LIKE TEN MINUTES OF PRODUCTIVE WORK, AND THEN WE WORK BIG FOR TWO DAYS.>>Jimmy: CAN YOU SAY WHAT YOU’RE WRITING ABOUT, IS IT ABOUT BROTHERS? >>NO, WELL, KIND OF, I GUESS. IT’S BASED ON A BOOK AND A BOOK WE IN LOVE WITH AS KIDS.>>Jimmy: IS IT HARRY POTTER? BECAUSE THAT’S POPULAR.>>REALLY? I’VE NEVER HEARD OF HARRY POTTER. WE CAN’T TALK ABOUT WHAT IT IS. BUT WRITING IS HARD.>>Jimmy: YEAH, IT’S TERRIBLE. IT’S WORST THING IN THE WORLD.>>IT’S TOUGH. I DON’T KNOW HOW YOU DO IT EVERY NIGHT.>>Jimmy: IT IS EX-CRCRUCIATING. YOUR BROTHER JUST QUIT. WE’LL BE RIGHT BACK.>>>IT’S OKAY, BUDDY. HEY, IT’S OKAY. DON’T YOU WORRY, YOUR GOOD FRIEND WALTER — >>OFOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHH!>>APPEARS DISORIENTED.>>OF COURSE I’M DISORIENTED.>>YOU CAN WALK, YOU CAN TALK.>>MY EYES!>>IT WORKED.>>LOOK AT ME.>>I CAN’T NOT LOOK AT YOU, WALTER. I CAN SEE MY BUTT AND YOUR FACE AT THE SAME TIME.>>THAT IS SO COOL!>>Jimmy: THAT IS TOM HOLLAND AS WALTER AND THE PIGEON IS WILL SMITH. HAVE YOU MET HIM?>>I HAD NEVER MET HIM.>>Jimmy: YOU MET HIM TODAY?>>FOR THE FIRST TIME. WE’VE BEEN WORKING TOGETHER FOR TWO AND A HALF YEARS, AND I JUST MET HIM.>>Jimmy: THAT’S CRAZY THING ABOUT THESE ANIMATED MOVIES.>>IT’S CRAZY, I FEEL LIKE I KNOW HIM.>>Jimmy: HE’S A LOT OF FUN, WILL SMITH.>>AND HE PLAYS GOLF.>>Jimmy: HE’S A GOLFER, AND HE WAS THE FRESH PRINCE.>>THAT’S TRUE.>>Jimmy: DID YOU EVER SEE THAT SHOW?>>YES.>>Jimmy: I DON’T THINK HE’LL MIND IF YOU HAVEN’T, BUT IF YOU REALLY WANT TO ESTABLISH A RELATIONSHIP, I’D START WITH WATCHING ALL THE EPISODES OF “THE FRESH PRINCE”. YOU COULD JAM IT IN.>>I’LL BE FINE.>>Jimmy: YOU CAN BINGF WATCH IT. HOW OLD WERE YOU IN THAT MOVIE WITH NAOMI WATTS?>>I WOULD HAVE BEEN 13 OR 14.>>Jimmy: DID YOU EVER AT ANY TIME CONSIDER DOING SOMETHING ELSE FOR A LIVING?>>I DIDN’T. BUT MY PARENTS DID.>>Jimmy: YOUR PARENTS DID.>>MY MOM, I WENT THROUGH A PHASE IN MY CAREER WHERE I WAS TOO OLD TO PLAY A CHILD, BUT TOO YOUNG TO PLAY A TEENAGER. IT TOOK ME A LONG TIME TO GROW UP. AND MY MUM DECIDED TO SEND ME TO CARPENTRY SCHOOL. SO SHE PACKED MY BAGS UP, SHIPPED ME OFF TO CARDIFF IN WALES, I SHARE ADD ROOM WITH THIS LADY’S SON FOR LIKE EIGHT WEEKS.>>Jimmy: THIS WAS AFTER YOU MADE THE MOVIE.>>THIS WAS AFTER I FELT LIKE I WAS DOING PRETTY GOOD. AND MUM WAS LIKE, NO. SO I WENT TOE THIS SCHOOL, AND WAS GETTING A QUALIFICATION TO BE A CASHRPENTER. THE CRAZY THING IS IT WAS A LOT OF PEOPLE TRYING TO TURN THEIR LIVES AROUND, EX-CONS, AND SWAPPING STORIES AND STUFF. AND I WAS LIKE ONE TIME ON SET MY COFFEE WAS COLD, MAN, AND IT WAS REALLY TOUGH. AND THEN I DIDN’T FINISH THE COURSE.>>Jimmy: ARE YOU CAPABLE, AS FAR AS CARPENTRY GOES?>>YEAH, PRETTY CAPABLE. ALL MY MUM’S SIDE OF THE FAMILY ARE ALL CARPENTERS. SO MY GRANDDAD TAUGHT ME WHEN I WAS YOUNG. I BUILT MY MOM’S KITCHEN TABLE.>>Jimmy: YOU DID?>>I BUILT A CABINET IN HER KITCHEN. I FIXED A FRIEND’S DOOR ONCE. IT’S PRETTY IMPRESSIVE.>>Jimmy: IS IT A GOOD TABLE?>>IT STILL WORKS. IT’S LIKE TEN YEARS OLD AND IT’S STILL THERE.>>Jimmy: AND IT LOOKS GOOD?>>IT’S GREAT, IT’S BOWING A LITTLE BIT. YOU CAN STILL EAT AT IT.>>Jimmy: I DIDN’T KNOW HUNDRED T YOU HAD THIS IN YOU. I’M IMPRESSED. LAST TIME, BOB IGER WAS HERE. THE CEO OF THE DISNEY CORPORATION. HE RUNS ABC, MARVEL, EVERYTHING REALLY.>>YES.>>Jimmy: HE WAS TELLING US A STORY ABOUT, OF COURSE WE MOST OF US WHO CARE KNOW THAT AT ONE TIME SONY, WHICH OWNS THE RIGHTS TO SPIDERMAN WAS PULLING SPIDERMAN OUT OF THE MARVEL UNIVERSE, AND IT WAS TERRIBLE, AND YOU SOMEHOW, ACCORDING TO BOB, SMOOTHED THAT OVER, IS THAT CORRECT?>>SORT OF. I WOULDN’T SAY IT WAS ENTIRELY MY DOING.>>Jimmy: WHAT WAS YOUR DOING?>>I SAVED SPIDERMAN. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>Jimmy: YOU ARE SPIDERMAN.>>WE WERE D-23, THE BIG DISNEY CONVENTION. AND THE NEWS HAD COME OUT. I WAS DEVASTATED. ALL MY MARVEL FRIENDS WERE THERE TAKING MARVEL PICTURES, AND I WAS LIKE, NOT ALLOWED TO BE IN THEM. IT WAS AWFUL.>>Jimmy: WERE YOU EXCLUDED FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHS?>>YEAH, IT WAS NOT THE BEST DAY. BUT ANYWAY, I ASKED IF I COULD GET BOB’S E-MAIL, BECAUSE I JUST WANTED TO SAY THANK YOU. I JUST WANTED TO SAY, THIS HAS BEEN AN AMAZING FIVE YEARS OF MY LIFE. THANK YOU FOR CHANGING MY LIFE IN THE BEST WAY, AND I HOPE WE CAN WORK TOGETHER IN THE FUTURE. I GOT HIS E-MAIL AND HE SAID I’D LOVE TO JUMP ON THE PHONE WITH YOU AT SOME POINT, AND WHEN ARE YOU FREE? AND YOU DON’T GIVE BOB IGER A SCHEDULE. WHE WHENEVER, BOB. TWO, THREE DAYS GO BY, AND MY FAMILY AND I WENT TO THE PUB QUIZ IN OUR LOCAL TIME.>>Jimmy: LIKE THE NIGHT OF TRIVIA?>>YEAH, WE’RE DOING A QUIZ. AND I’M THREE PINTS IN, RIGHT? HAVEN’T EATEN MUCH, AND I GET A PHONE CALL FROM AN UNKNOWN NUMBER. AND I HAVE A FEELING, I THINK THIS IS BOB IGER. BUT I’M DRUNK. SO ANYWAY, MY DAD’S JUST LIKE, TAKE THE CALL, YOU’LL BE FINE. SO I ANSWER THE CALL. AND I’M LIKE HEY, BOB, WHAT WAS THE QUESTION? WHEN DID SNOW WHITE COME OUT? 1944. 1944, WRITE THAT DOWN. NO, I DIDN’T DO THAT. I SAID THANK YOU FOR THE OPPORTUNITY, AND HE SAID THERE IS A WORLD IN WHICH WE CAN MAKE THIS WORK, AND THERE WAS A BUNCH OF PHONE CALLS BACK AND FORTH, AND TOM ROSSMAN WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE PROCESS, AND IT WAS INTERESTING FOR ME TO HAVE THESE TWO STUDIO HEADS LIKE WHAT DO YOU ANY I DON’T KNOW.>>Jimmy: A CUSTODY ARRANGEMENT IN A WAY.>>YEAH.>>Jimmy: I THINK BOB SAID YOU CRIED ON THE PHONE, IS THAT TRUE?>>NO, I WEEPED. NO, I DIDN’T WEEP, YEAH, I DID.>>Jimmy: YOU DID A LITTLE BIT?>>YEAH, I WAS REALLY EMOTIONAL, BECAUSE I FELT LIKE IT WAS ALL COMING TO AN END.>>Jimmy: IT WAS BAD NEWS. IT REALLY WAS BAD NEWS.>>WE HAD A REALLY GOOD PLAN FOR WHAT WE WERE GOING TO DO WITH SONY, THE FUTURE WITH SPIDERMAN WAS REALLY BRIGHT. BUT IT WOULD BE A SHAME TO TAKE HIM OUT. WE BUILT SUCH A STRONG CHARACTER IN THAT WORLD. BUT I’M REALLY GLAD.>>Jimmy: I’M REALLY GLAD YOU GOD DR GOT DRUNK AND GOT ON THE PHONE WITH BOB.>>I KNOW, YEAH. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>Jimmy: IT’S WEIRD THE WAY THINGS WORK OUT, ISN’T IT?>>I KNOW, YEAH.>>Jimmy: IT’S GREAT TO SEE YOU. TOM HOLLAND, EVERYBODY. “SPIES IN DISGUISE” OPENS IN THEATERS CHRISTMAS DAY. WE’LL BE RIGHT BACK.

100 thoughts on “How Tom Holland Drunkenly Saved Spider-Man

  1. This whole interview actually feels really natural. Maybe it's because of Tom being British, being a more familiar kinda persona.

  2. I feel like now that Tom isn't talking with such a huge English accent his voice is lower? Or is he just growing up? It sounds so smoooooooth.

  3. Remember when late night was actually funny and not just some insane obsession with trying to justify your hate for the president. What a world we live in today.

  4. He didn’t save Spider-Man. Disney abused its power as a pseudo monopoly in one of the ways that resulted in antitrust laws being made when similar things were done in the industrial revolution.

  5. Tom Holland avoided giving spoilers for his own screenplay but gave away the ending to a multimillion dollar avengers movie lol

  6. Many people realised that Tom's accent changed a lot. His british accent isn't as strong as it used to be. But while you are asking where his strong british accent went, I am asking where his hair went?

  7. 11:44–11:52… *1937

    (I liked what the joke added to his story, and the real year doesn't matter in that context, but my animation classes and general Disney knowledge wanted to have the accurate trivia put out there if someone actually wanted that info…)

  8. Everyone saying his hair is short because of playing a drug addict. No. His character goes to military and IN there his hair is chopped of not because his character is a drug addict.

  9. He’s such a soft boy he had to be “this is a drug movie”. Also someone get this man back to the UK because his accent is slipping

  10. They’re acting as if it was such a good deed by two Good Samaritan studio ceos that got to an agreement as if it wasn’t just about who gets the most money out of the deal.

  11. I love Tom but I dont like the comment Jimmy made in the beginning…everyone is right to their own opinion but you don't have to proclaim it on live tv

  12. Roses are red
    Violets are blue
    The part you’re looking for is
    9:42

    Although I prefer to watch it all the way through.

  13. hmm….if Tom and his brother are having trouble writing their script, maybe they could ask the Russo brothers for advice or suggestions.

  14. SPOILERS
    What if Tom Holland shaved his head because Peter Parker/Spider-Man needs to go incognito due to the events of Spider-Man Far From Home?

  15. Last I checked Sony wasn't pulling the movie from the MCU; Disney wanted a greater share of the revenue and Sony rejected their 50/50 proposal.

  16. This interview being on ABC really shows with Kimmel acting like Sony were "pulling" spiderman away from Disney when it was really Disney trying to renegotiate a deal…

  17. It's kind of a disgrace that you use your platform to bash the president EVERY chance you get. Save that stuff for another time. It we wanted to see people bash our president we would tune into the news.

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