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Tom Holland Says Elizabeth Olsen Gave Him An Amazing Advice to Help Him Stand Up For Himself

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Tom Holland Updates: Tom Holland claims that his Marvel co-star Elizabeth Olsen gave him some sound advice. Holland remarked in a cover article for GQ’s Men of the Year edition issued on Wednesday, “I actually learned this from Elizabeth Olsen.” “She gave me some fantastic advice: ‘No’ is a whole statement. ‘No’ is sufficient.”

Holland acknowledged in his interview that he is an “impossible people pleaser” who will go to any length to make others like him. This displays itself in him going above and above in his professional life, to the point of burnout and throwing up after a press conference.

He remembered, “I was under a lot of pressure to accomplish the day’s work.” “That was the first time I said to myself, ‘No, I’m done.’ ‘I’ve given it all to you.'”

Tom Holland has continued to speak out for himself since then.

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The actor recently told Esquire that he refused to wear a wig during the filming of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” his sixth appearance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Holland claimed in his GQ interview that when filming the same movie, he warned director Jon Watts that a scene was “wrong,” which led to the scene being rewritten and improved

Olsen, who is most known for playing Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has said that she learned the lesson from her twin sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, and enjoys applying it to “all facets of life.”

“I remember my sisters isolating the word ‘No,’ and it being extremely empowering,” the actress told Glamour in an interview for the magazine’s digital UK issue. “It’s also a very empowering word for women. People often say, “Just say no to drugs,” but you can actually say no whenever you choose! It’s a truly amazing thing.”

“I’ve always felt like I could say ‘No’ in any work scenario if someone was making me uncomfortable, and I think that’s exactly what we need,” she continued. “If it doesn’t feel right, we don’t have to follow suit. We need to trust our instincts. There was a time when women competed with one another, and now we’re at a period when women support one another.”