“I think it’s been said that he has tears in his calf muscles, so it’s going to take a couple of weeks to get better,” Peta told Access Hollywood. “So I hope he’s back out there in a couple weeks killing it again.”
She added, “He’s having a surgery done, yeah. But then rehab starts after that. It’s serious in that regard. It’s not just an ice pack situation. He’s a quick healer. He’s going to be fine.”
Zoey Deutch gives a smoldering look in a photo from her spread in C Magazine‘s April issue, on stands now.
The 22-year-old Before I Fall actress opened up about her famous mom, the ups and downs of Hollywood and her drive to succeed. Check it:
On being ambitious: “I love what I do. I really do…And I’m really ambitious. But ambition is a dirty word to some people. All it means is that you’re willing to work hard to do what you love.”
On inheriting her work ethic from her mother, actress Lea Thompson: “She works harder than anyone I know. I remember when I was a kid, she never said, ‘I’m so sorry I have to go to work.’ She would just say, ‘I love you, and I’m going to work.’ We knew that she was proud of it, and she was also an excellent mother. There were no apologies necessary.”
On coming to terms with the ups and downs of working in Hollywood: “At the Gotham Awards, Ethan Hawke gave this great speech; the gist was that he was it then he wasn’t it. He was hot and then not hot. And that it was good for him to experience that, and know that it won’t always be consistent. It’s a job. You have to be OK with the ebbs and flows.”
Tom Holland suffered an injury while filming the highly-anticipated film Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Luckily, the 20-year-old actor is doing well and it happened toward the end of the film shoot.
“I’ve never worked harder on anything in my life. It was a nonstop job and I felt so passionate and proud of what we were creating,” Tom told THR. “I’m so proud that I was able to give my best, and I’m so grateful that I didn’t get injured. I did a lot of stunts. At the very end, I fell down some stairs, and tweaked my ACL just a little bit.”
He added, “It was right at the end, so I managed to get through it. The funny thing is, I think one of my last shots of the movie was me chasing a bus, and I couldn’t do it. My best friend Harrison was my assistant while we were out there so we dressed him up like me and had him run. So Harrison has a little cameo in the movie, which is great.”