"I remember Tom and I not be able to hold -- we couldn’t stop laughing when we first shake hands in the first scene when our characters meet," he told Buzzfeed ... "Every time I would come in and be like, 'Hey, how are you? I’m Quentin,' he would just start laughing -- he couldn’t stop. And so we both -- forty takes, we couldn’t get it. In the movie, Jon Watts uses a millisecond of the shot because he couldn’t get anything usable."
Three weeks in, "Spider-Man: Far From Home" has now passed 2007's "Spider-Man 3" (aka "The Bad One With All the Gifs") to become the third-highest grossing Spidey movie domestically and is his first film ever to break a billion dollars worldwide.
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