After that epic Lip-sync battle of Tom Holland converting to Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ in 2017, Tom Holland has finally landed himself the role of the legendary actor, singer and dancer Fred Astaire in an upcoming biopic.

The ‘Spider-man’ actor confirmed the role while doing press for the upcoming third instalment of the Sony/Marvel out ‘Spider-man: No Way Home.’

“The script came in a week ago,” Holland told reporters. “I haven’t read it yet; they haven’t given it to me,” Holland noted. “She [Amy Pascal] FaceTimed me earlier. I was in the bath,” he said with a laugh. “And we had a lovely FaceTime, but I will be playing Fred Astaire.”

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Astaire starred in more than 30 film musicals, as well as appearing on stage on Broadway and the West End over the course of a seven-decade career. Astaire paired up on numerous occasions with Ginger Rogers, who starred in several films with him, including the classics ‘Swing Time,’ ‘The Gay Divorcee’ and ‘Top Hat.’

Amazon Studios are also making a Fred Astaire biopic which will feature Billy Elliott star Jamie Bell as Astaire. Margaret Qualley will star as Ginger Rogers. Bell and Qualley will also produce the biopic, which follows their partnership, starting with ‘Flying Down to Rio’ in 1933 and ending with ‘The Barkleys of Broadway’ in 1949.