“It’s very detrimental to my mental state”

Tom Holland is taking a break from social media for mental health reasons. The Spider-Man: No Coming Home star is one of the most followed personalities on instagramwith 67.7 million subscribers, but has been posting rarely for the past few months.

Holland revealed that he had already been on social media hiatus until recently, but just wanted to properly announce it to his fans and also shed some light on stem4, a charity that promotes mental health. positive in adolescents. Holland asked fans to support stem4 and The Brothers Trust, a fundraiser set up by Holland’s parents that supports several under-known charities like stem4.


“Hello and goodbye…I took a hiatus from social media for my mental health, but felt compelled to come here to talk about Stem4. Stem4 is one of many charities that Brothers Trust is extremely proud to support – and would like to take a moment to highlight their fantastic work.”

Holland further revealed that he would permanently delete Instagram and Twitter, calling them “overstimulating” and “overwhelming”.

“Hi guys. So I’ve been trying to make this video for about an hour now, and for someone who’s been through these 13, 14 years, as long as I’ve been playing…I can’t tell what I need to say without ‘um-ing’ and ‘ah-ing’ every five minutes, so I’ll try again I took a break from social media for my sanity, because I find that Instagram and Twitter are too stimulating, to be overwhelming, I get caught up and spiral when I read things about myself online, and ultimately, it’s very detrimental to my mental state, so I decided to take a step back and delete the app.”

Tom Holland isn’t the first celebrity to succumb to the ill effects of social media, and he certainly won’t be the last. The 26-year-old actor has been credited with multiple memes and campaigns, and it seems all of that publicity has taken a toll on his mental wellbeing. Selena Gomez, Kristen Steward, Pete Davidson, Millie Bobby Brown, Jennifer Lawrence and many other celebrities have also ditched social media for similar reasons as Holland.

Hopefully Holland finds some peace during his break.

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Tom Holland Will Play Spider-Man Again But Is Currently Focusing On Other Projects

Spider-Man: No Coming Home silenced “Iron Man Jr.” crowd with its bold ending that established Tom Holland as the classic, tech-free, friendly neighborhood superhero of the comic books. As Sony and Marvel consider a new trilogy for Spider Man, Holland is stepping back from the superhero genre to pursue darker, more challenging roles. It recently made Sony headlines Unexplored adaptation alongside Mark Wahlberg and will later appear in Apple The crowded room, a series of psychological thrillers about a man with multiple personalities. Holland is also attached to star in the Fred Astaire biopic.

As for Spiderman 4, reports are also circulating on the internet that work has begun on the film, but Holland has yet to officially sign on. Director Jon Watts is also stepping away from superhero movies and has decided to direct Star Wars: Skeleton Crew instead of Marvel. The Fantastic Four to restart. Zendaya is also busy with Euphoria and Dunes. Sony has confirmed they expect the trio and Jacob Batalon to return, so it will be a few years before we get another one. Spider Man film.

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