• Tom Holland is in the middle of a press fever for Spider-Man: Far From Home
• The 23-year-old actor signed autographs and advocated a young fan he saw in trouble.
• Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released in one week.
We are just a week away from the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home and everything revolves around a stage in Marvel Overdrive. Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal, who star in the film, have made a massive press tour and need to be exhausted after every long day of promotion. But that did not stop Holland from saying something that was wrong.
The 23-year-old MCU star signed autographs in New York on Monday night when things got a bit too intense. Apparently, his autograph mass had turned into a mix of diehard fans and adult men who were signing autographs and shoving some of those fans around. A Twitter user named @NamelessCass shared her experiences in the fight and mentioned that she was on the verge of panic attack because she was pushed into the barricade. Holland answered her name and told the men to retire to make sure she was okay in the meantime.
She also shot a video, and you can see Holland turning to the men and asking them to cut it out.
The men who fight the girl seem to be "Graphene", a name used for a group, usually older men who collect autographs from stars and later sell them on Ebay or elsewhere at a profit.
It's nice to see that a star finds the right moment to speak up and stand up for fans ̵