Outer Banks Cast Wants Spider-Man Star Tom Holland to Join The Netflix Series

What if Tom Holland joins the Pogues of Outer Banks? The cast of the popular Netflix series hopes so. During a recent panel at the Sun Valley Film Festival in Ketchum Ohio, Outer Banks actor Jonathan Daviss revealed that he and his co-sters would love to see Tom Holland appear as a guest on the American teen drama. The hit series already has a slight connection to the Spider-Man star, as the show's Rudy Pankow appeared in Holland's Uncharted movie.

Pankow, who plays JJ Maybank in OBX, appears at the beginning of Uncharted as Nathan's brother, accompanied by a childhood version of Nathan(Tiernan Jones). Although his screentime in the movie was brief, Pankow was still able to make use of his experience playing a teenage treasure hunter in the Netflix Original series. During the panel at the Sun Valley Film Festival, the 23-year-old actor compared what it's like to work on both projects.

“Every set has a different energy, and adapting to that is also part of our job,” he told The Hollywood Reporter. “The Uncharted set was high-energy again, but there’s all these other little nuances that are different — different eyes, different ways to think about how to shoot something, and it’s all just something I have to get used to on each set.”

The topic of Tom Holland showing up in Outer Banks came after Pankow mentioned his work on Uncharted, and the cast would love to see it happen.

Jonathan Daviss, who plays Pope in Outer Banks, said, “If it was up to us, Tom would be in our season finale".

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However, it doesn't sound like Outer Banks creators Jonas Pate, Josh Pate, and Shannon Burke have any plans to bring Holland on board.

Outer Banks Season 3 is currently in production in South Carolina. You can read more details about the upcoming season here.

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