The gallery has been updated with scans of various magazines from 2021 and 2022. Most of them are specifically about Tom, but there are a few scans mixed in that just mention him that I wanted to include as well. You can find all of the links below.
Tom Holland (Avengers: Endgame & Spider-Man: Homecoming) sits down with MTV News’s Josh Horowitz to talk about his new film, ‘Cherry,’ the first time he met the Russo brothers, learning from Zendaya, and more.
And even more exciting news is that Cherry is now streaming on Apple TV+! Make sure to check it out if you have a subscription to the service, and expect captures to go live soon.
Tom Holland and Ciara Bravo reflect on their characters’ love story in Cherry. From careless college students to co-dependent drug addicts, this is not a romance worth romanticizing. Hear how the actors portrayed the delicate balance between young lovers and toxic abusers. Cherry is in theaters now and exclusively on Apple TV+ March 12.
Directed by the Russo Brothers, Cherry is an Apple Original Films, Hideaway Entertainment, and AGBO production in association with Endeavor Content. Screenplay by Angela Russo-Otstot and Jessica Goldberg.
GQ Britain: Tom Holland on his American accent, remembering lines, toupees, crying and taking on the most challenging role of his career in Cherry, exclusively for GQ Action Replay.
Tom Holland On Working Again With The Russos in ‘Cherry’, Being An Avenger & Shooting Spidey 3 During a Pandemic
Tom Holland is only 24 and has been acting most of his life — and in very high-profile projects ranging from his stage sensation Billy Elliot to his secure place in the MCU as Spider-Man. Now he’s on to his most challenging dramatic role to date in Cherry, an epic story told in six chapters and independently made by the Russo Brothers (watch for my review of the film on Thursday).
Appearing on this episode of my Deadline video series, The Actor’s Side, Holland says he was pretty much gobsmacked when Joe and Anthony Russo offered him the title role in Cherry, especially as he says they could have had anyone they wanted and chose him. But why not? From Captain America: The Winter Soldier to Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame, he – and they – have benefited enormously from his signature role as Spider-Man. And now with the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home, his third stand-alone spin in that franchise, Holland has become a major star.
Cherry, however, is a whole new deal — a complex story of a troubled young man spanning six chapters in his life and also dealing with a descent into heroin addiction. The Russos have presented their star with a role that includes a love story, war movie, crime saga, drug tale and prison drama all-in-one. We talk about how he pulled it off, the research that went into the harrowing drug sequences and how he felt like “the worst soldier ever” in the war scenes, in which he plays a medic in the heat of battle that freaked him out to the point that he had to keep stopping.
He also discusses how aging several years showed him what he might look like three decades from now and why he didn’t like what he saw. He tells about shooting the latest Spider-Man – which he says is the best one yet – in the midst of a pandemic, why he loved doing voice-over work in animated films Spies in Disguise and Onward, and the reasons he became an accidental dancing star that led to the career he has now.