Tom Holland, Zendaya Tease ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Fans

Tom Holland and Zendaya, take our money. You have already stolen our hearts.

As if fans need more of the incentive to see Hollywood’s hottest couple on and off screen together in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” Zendaya’s latest Instagram post on Holland has sent millions of followers into a frenzy – just in time for the film’s opening weekend.

Coincidence? Definitely not.

Holland and Zendaya play high school sweethearts Peter Parker and MJ Watson, respectively, in the most recent “Spider-Man” film trilogy.

“My Spider-Man, I’m so proud of you,” Emmy winner subtitle adorable behind-the-scenes photos and childhood photos of Holland in Spider-Man costume.

“Some things never change and that’s a good thing.”

Zendaya as MJ and Tom Holland as Spider-Man in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.

(Sony Pictures)

(The duo’s “Spider-Man” costar Marisa Tomei commented with lots of heart emojis. Ditto, Aunt May.)

Devoted Tomdaya fans likely recognized this legend as a sweet response to Holland’s heartfelt birthday message for Zendaya, which nearly broke the internet in September.

“My MJ, have the happiest of birthdays,” Holland wrote on Instagram at the time. “Give me a call when you’re up. “

The “Euphoria” star’s Instagram tribute to the “Cherry” actor is just the latest content from Tomdaya to go viral in the weeks leading up to the release of “No Way Home” – the grand finale from their Spidey saga.

The powerful couple’s palpable chemistry was fully on display throughout the ‘No Way Home’ press tour – their first major promotional work for a ‘Spider-Man’ movie since they were pictured kissing. in Los Angeles.

Naturally, the Internet – which had already manifested a real love affair between the 25-year-old stars for a long time – gnawed at him.

While surfing the web this month, you’ve probably come across at least one of these widely released clips (if not all four): Holland and Zendaya laughing at a thunderstorm while criticizing each other’s culinary habits; Holland and Zendaya demonstrating how their height difference complicates the stunts; King of Holland certified shorts qualifying the obsession with said height difference as “ridiculous”; and Holland lose your mind when Zendaya arrives at the LA premiere of “No Way Home”.

Between that and the equally animated “Dune” press tour, one thing is absolutely certain: Zendaya knows how to promote the Devil from a movie. Sony: Give your stars a raise.

At this point, live-action Spider-Men dating his on-screen love interests is basically canon. Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone from the “Amazing Spider-Man” movies were also attached in real life, as were Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst from the original “Spider-Man” trilogy.

Hoping, for the sake of the whole internet, it lasts.