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Tom Holland Parodies This Classic Movie for 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Contest

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - DECEMBER 08: Tom Holland and Jacob Batalon  at Sony presentation during Comic Con Sao Paulo on December 8, 2018 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Photo by Rebeca Figueiredo Amorim/Getty Images for Sony)
Rebeca Figueiredo Amorim

Even as Avengers: Endgame enjoys worldwide critical and box office success, the hype is already building for the next entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Far From Home. This time around, star Tom Holland is leading a contest that gives fans the opportunity to see the film’s premiere—and this week, he promoted it with a parody of a classic scene from Love, Actually.

Holland’s parody, which he posted to Instagram in a promotion of the world premiere contest, shows him reenacting the famous “To me, you’re perfect” scene from Love, Actually. In keeping with Holland’s reputation for humorous antics off the set, the parody is goofy, fun, and tongue-in-cheek.

“Who wants to join me in LA for the premiere of Spider-Man Far From Home? Anyone? Only 10 bucks per ticket! We have room for two people and it is going to be awesome,” Holland wrote on the contest’s CrowdRise page. The contest, which is conducted through CrowdRise, requires fans to donate $10 for the chance to win a flight to and two-night stay in Los Angeles, a spot at the premiere and the after-party, a photo with Holland, and $1000 in spending money. The money is donated to The Brothers Trust, a charity that Holland and his family operate which, according to ComicBook.com, promotes high-quality non-profits.

To learn more about the contest, click here.

Spider-Man: Far from Home opens in theaters on July 2, and the contest closes on May 27, so be sure to get in your entry if you want the chance to see the premiere with Holland.