On-screen character Tom Holland, who plays Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, says sometimes he find the costume of the superhero "uncomfortable".
In any case, he then advises himself that he is the "most fortunate child alive" to play the anecdotal character on-screen.
"The suit's not the best thing but rather now and then when it's uncomfortable, you simply need to help yourself to remember the considerable rundown of performing artists that would wanted to be in that suit and you simply go, 'do you recognize what, f$#k it. I'm the most fortunate child alive'," Tom said at the New York Film Festival debut of The Lost City of Z on Saturday, reported variety.com.
"I should be here and I'm going to put forth a strong effort," he included.
Tom's dedication to playing the superhero in next summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming reaches out to the film's trick work.
"I did the same number (of the tricks) as I could, however there are a few things legitimately that I couldn't do," Tom said.
"There were trick pairs who were all, extremely skilled folks who truly upheld me all through the procedure. At whatever point there was a trick that I didn't really feel good about, they would venture in and demonstrate to me best practices to do it, and mentor me through the procedure," he included.
Tom made his presentation as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War prior this year.