Tom Holland talks about his disastrous audition for the role of Finn in Star Wars | Films

The Spider-Man actor shared that he lost the role because he couldn’t contain his laughter

In 2015, episode VII of

Star Wars

titled ‘The awakening of the force’, introducing new characters, including Finn, a stormtrooper who no longer wishes to serve the empire and switches sides.

John Boyega

played Finn, but before that several actors did casting and among them was

Tom Holland,

who in a new interview with

Backstage

revealed why he missed the opportunity to appear in a film by Star Wars.

Holland He was 17 when he auditioned with a girl who played a drone, but reading the script made him laugh at the noises the actress made.

“I have had enough. I have read the wrong lines in the wrong audition before. I remember my audition for Star Wars, I had like four or five auditions, and I think I was doing one for the role of John Boyega.

I remember doing this scene with this girl, bless her, and she was just a drone. So I was doing all this and I said, ‘We have to get back to the ship!’ And she’d say, ‘Bio, bloop, bloop, beep bloop.’ I couldn’t stop laughing, I found it really funny, and I felt really bad, because she was trying so hard to be a convincing android or a drone or whatever they were called. Yes, I obviously didn’t get the part. That was not my best moment, “he said.

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In the end, John Boyega played Finn for three movies and started a controversy by singling out the studio for including a character of color and then not giving him a good story; In addition, the end of the trilogy received bad reviews and for now Lucasfilm is concentrating on its projects with Disney + after the success of

‘The Mandalorian’.

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