At the end of January, YouTuber Eric Decker, owner of the Airrack channel with nearly 3.6 million subs, caused a stir in the online community when he climbed a high-rise building in Los Angeles in a Spider-suit. Man. This video has now received 4.7 million views after more than 2 weeks of posting (you can watch it here). Eric’s reckless actions were even reported by KTLA 5 television station and attracted the attention of the local police.
Recently, Eric wittily shared that he had reached the last casting round for the role of Spider-Man in Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home, but ended up “faking” before Tom Holland. This is obviously just a joke, but Eric himself wants to prove to Marvel that he is fully qualified to become the next Spider-Man.
Eric’s actions made the news on January 20 of KTLA 5.
And so his wall climbing video was born. After climbing to the finish line, Eric even released his personal phone number, urging Marvel to contact him to discuss the role of Spider-Man in future projects.
Speaking to Insider, Eric said that anyone who wants to take on a superhero role must be able to do the stunts on their own: “I’m always willing to take risks to create great and engaging content. leading”. However, he also emphasized that: “My whole process of climbing the wall is supervised by experts and ensures full safety conditions as well as necessary paperwork and insurance. You absolutely should not do it at home.”
Male YouTuber did not hesitate to publicize his personal phone number in the hope that Marvel would notice and contact him.
Although Eric’s purpose in making this video was to get Marvel’s attention, he himself did not expect that he would be on KTLA 5’s program, even being used by this television station. Helicopter to shoot the news like a big event.
In the end, Eric asserted that his actions really mean more than a joke or a “view sentence” video. “I am serious,” he said. I’m ready to take on any role in a Marvel project, and I will never stop until I achieve my dream.”
According to Insider