In his recent dialogue with XtraTV Medium, Tom Holland surprised more than one person by confirming that he would retire from his acting activity for at least a year, alleging that his last artistic work created serious problems with his psychological and mental health.
The great reason for the momentary withdrawal was his participation in the filming of the Apple TV + series, The Crowded Room, a psychological thriller that will be released this Friday, June 9, and, according to Holland, left him completely exhausted: “I I am broken That role broke me.”
The talented Briton has won the hearts of millions of fans and Hollywood critics for his performances in the various installments starring the beloved and well-known Marvel Studios superhero, Spider-Man.
He said, ‘I am going to take a year off and this is the result of how difficult this series was to make. I’m excited to see how the public will accept it, to feel that all the work we did was not in vain, but filming was a very difficult phase. Being a producer pushed me to deal with everyday problems, it created a lot of pressure for me to solve day-to-day dilemmas,” he explained to the aforementioned channel, Holland.
Similarly, the 27-year-old young artist added: “I loved producing, and I’m no stranger to hard work, because I believe the more you work, the better things come out, and that part It was very enjoyable. Despite the series giving me strength, it broke me, there came a point when I felt it was time to take a break.
Created by Akiva Goldsman, The Crowded Room also stars American Amanda Seyfried. The mini-series is based on the true events of Danny Sullivan, a man who was arrested in 1979 for his role in a shooting in New York City who, when questioned, begins to recall traumatic events in his life. gives.