Tom Holland is out here brining the realness this month, as he’s confessed to already failing Dry January just 12 hours in.
The Marvel star, 24, who is best known for playing Spider-Man, had every intention of ditching the booze to kick off 2021 on a healthier note – undoubtedly joining many others out there who are up for a bit of a detox.
Turns out, though, Tom is much better at slinging webs than he is stopping himself from cracking open a beer or two, as he owned up to throwing in the towel within hours of the tee-total month kicking off.
The actor revealed all while replying to a tweet his dad, comedian Dominic Holland, had shared about Dry January.
Dominic gave in just like Tom had, as he told his followers: ‘Called time on dry January embarrassingly early but we have a full house – it’s cold and dark outside…’
Tom replied: ‘I was doing really well… for about 12 hours.’
Hey, no judgement here boys.
While he may no longer be going booze-free for the next few weeks, Tom has been busy filming for Spider-Man 3.
He plays superhero Peter Parker in the latest Marvel franchise of Spider-Man, first appearing as him in Spider-Man: Homecoming in 2017 and Spider-Man: Far From Home released in 2019.
Filming picked up again in October in Atlanta, after suffering setbacks thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
Since then, it’s been reported that actors that appeared in previous Spider-Man movies will feature in the upcoming film as part of an epic multi-verse crossover.
Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield who have previously played Spider-Man on the big screen are set to return, while Willem Dafoe who starred as Green Goblin in the 2002 version of Spider-Man has also been tipped for a comeback.
Fans are still holding out for that all-important confirmation and Zendaya who plays MJ in the latest Spider-Man franchise alongside Tom’s Peter Parker has done nothing to dispel the rumours.
Asked about original cast-members returning, Zendaya cryptically told Jimmy Kimmel: ‘Everything is very secretive. I can neither confirm or deny.’
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