A Dressy Date Night! Tom Holland & Zendaya Hold Hands In Color-Coordinated Looks While Out In NYC — See Pics
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On February 16, Spider-Man: No Way Home costars Tom Holland and Zendaya stepped out to attend a special screening of his latest flick, Uncharted. The couple was dressed to impress for the occasion and even held hands as they made their way to the car.
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So dapper! Holland donned a light gray suit, black turtleneck sweater and black shoes, while his leading lady stunned in a black belted shirtdress, sheer back tights and a pair of black pointed-toe Christian Louboutin pumps.
The duo and their bodyguard all wore face masks.
The Euphoria lead's auburn hair was styled in a fresh blowout. She debuted the cute haircut in December, revealing, "It was time for a change."
Though the duo first met on the set of 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, producer Amy Pascal encouraged the pair to keep things platonic, as embarking on a romantic relationship could "complicate things" down the road.
"I took Tom and Zendaya aside, separately, when we first cast them and gave them a lecture," she confessed. "Don't go there — just don't. Try not to."
The twosome sparked rumors of a romance even though they were both in other relationships over the years, but they accidentally confirmed they were an item when photos of them kissing made the rounds this past July.
Once their most recent film premiered this past winter, they decided to stop hiding their love for one another.
"She's one of the most incredible people I've ever met. And I love her to bits," the Onward star gushed at the premiere. "So to be here tonight is amazing. I'm delighted to share it with her."
He also credited the Dune star for helping him adjust to fame.
"The biggest way is just companionship, you know, like two friends coming together, experiencing this world, going through the same problems at the same times, having a shoulder to cry on, has been a huge thing for the pair of us," he explained. "I think one is just by supporting, you know, just being there. I think sometimes you just have to be a person to vent to, someone to just be there and listen."