Zendaya said in a recent interview that she has urged the producers of her show Euphoria to cast Tom Holland in a supporting role, even if it is only in the ‘back of a shot.’
Fans are asking how real-life pair Tom Holland and Zendaya would perform in a non-Marvel picture after their on-screen chemistry in Spider-Man: No Way Home. Zendaya, it appears, has been thinking along the same lines. In a recent interview, she claimed that she has been trying to persuade the producers of her TV show Euphoria to cast Tom.
Euphoria is an adolescent drama starring Zendaya and a diverse group of characters. Rue is an adolescent heroin addict striving to find her place in the world, according to the show’s premise. The second season of the show will premiere on January 9th. Zendaya revealed she has considered introducing Tom as a background figure or Easter egg in an interview with E! News Daily Pop on Friday. “I mean, listen, we’ve talked about it all the time,” she explained. “Let’s simply slip him in the back of a shot or something!” we say.
Many others are skeptical because Euphoria is darker in tone than the MCU flicks for which Tom is known, and they’re not sure if he’d fit in. Zendaya, on the other hand, is not one of them. “He did Cherry,” she said in the same interview, “so he’s obviously not a stranger to (darker roles).” Cherry is a crime drama in which Tom plays a PTSD-affected combat veteran who turns to crime to feed his drug addiction. Tom announced his desire to work in Euphoria in December while promoting Spider-Man: No Way Home. “I want to be in Euphoria,” he told Zendaya in a video discussion with IMDb, and she said, “OK!” Allow me to speak with a few folks. “Let’s call HBO,” says the narrator.
Tom even said that he had been ‘petitioning’ Zendaya for a position in the famous program for quite some time but had been unsuccessful. “I’ve been petitioning for this for a long time, and it still hasn’t happened, and I’m really upset,” he joked.