February 17th, 2021
 Photos from Tom’s Filmography Added to Gallery

The Impossible Behind-the-Scenes The Impossible Promo The Impossible Stills How I Live Now Promo How I Live Now Stills In the Heart of the Sea behind-the-scenes In the Heart of the Sea Promo In the Heart of the Sea Stills Captain America: Civil War promo Captain America: Civil War stills Edge of Winter promo Edge of Winter stills The Lost City of Z Promo The Lost City of Z stills Pilgrimage stills Spider-Man: Homecoming Captures 4K Behind-the-Scenes Concept Art Promo Stills Avengers Endgame Captures 4K Far From Home Captures 4K Onward Captures 4K

Film Productions > 2012. The Impossible > Behind-the-Scenes
Film Productions > 2012. The Impossible > Promo
Film Productions > 2012. The Impossible > Stills
Film Productions > 2013. How I Live Now > Promo
Film Productions > 2013. How I Live Now > Stills
Film Productions > 2015. In the Heart of the Sea > Behind-the-Scenes
Film Productions > 2015. In the Heart of the Sea > Promo
Film Productions > 2015. In the Heart of the Sea > Stills
Film Productions > 2015. Captain America: Civil War > Promo
Film Productions > 2015. Captain America: Civil War > Stills
Film Productions > 2016. Edge of Winter > Promo
Film Productions > 2016. Edge of Winter > Stills
Film Productions > 2016. The Lost City of Z > Promo
Film Productions > 2016. The Lost City of Z > Stills
Film Productions > 2017. Pilgrimage > Stills
Film Productions > 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming > Captures (UHD)
Film Productions > 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming > Behind-the-Scenes
Film Productions > 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming > Concept Art
Film Productions > 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming > Promo
Film Productions > 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming > Stills
Film Productions > 2019. Avengers: Endgame > Captures (UHD)
Film Productions > 2019. Spider-Man: Far From Home > Captures (UHD)
Film Productions > 2020. Onward > Captures (UHD)


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February 9th, 2021
 Esquire Magazine: ‘The Charm (and Grit) of Tom Holland’

Can your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man convince movie audiences he’s a heroin-addicted bank robber? To his mum’s horror, the answer is yes.

In the late fall of 2019, Tom Holland was lying sideways on the floor of a jail cell, sweating, convulsing, throwing up blood. His rusty brown hair had been shaved off; his typically smiling eyes were sunken. Wearing a khaki prison uniform that hung loosely on his frame, he rocked back and forth on the floor, smacking his head against the cement a few times in the process. Then the directors called, “Cut!”

Holland, the twenty-four-year-old British actor best known as Marvel’s friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, the sweet-faced hero of the ever-expanding cinematic universe, was in character for Cherry, a forthcoming film in which he plays an Army medic who returns home from the Iraq war with undiagnosed PTSD, develops a heroin addiction, and starts robbing banks. After filming the scene that takes place in the jail, Holland was a little woozy but still pleased with his performance, so he did what any young person might in a moment of pride: He sent the footage of himself writhing around in the cell to his mother. “Biggest mistake ever,” he says now, grinning. “I was like, ‘This is how my day’s going,’ and she was furious with me.

Read the entire article at Esquire.com


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January 31st, 2021
 Tom Holland Reveals How He Makes His Spider-Man Appear Younger

Spider-Man star Tom Holland reveals his secret for making sure that his version of Peter Parker maintains a distinctive demeanor. The actor debuted his iteration of the character in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War. Since then, he’s appeared in the solo movies Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home. Holland’s also had supporting turns in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame.

Now that he’s settled into the portrayal, currently filming for Spider-Man: Homecoming 3, many fans have argued that Holland excels in the role of Peter. Much of the justification comes down to how he manages to capture the protagonist’s exuberance and relative innocence. In new remarks, the actor sheds some light on how he makes sure that Peter maintains the same general demeanor throughout several films.

Speaking with The Los Angeles Times to promote his upcoming movie Cherry, Holland shed light on how he distinguishes between his performances. The actor cited physicality as a key component of his approach, using Peter as an example of how a certain kind of movement can be utilized to convey specific character traits. You can read Holland’s quote below.

Physicality for me is the biggest way I try to distinguish between the characters that I play. If you look at Peter Parker, he’s very bubbly, and I do this thing where I leave my arms really loose. It gives him this juvenile, kid-like physicality.

Holland’s remarks fall in line with one of the biggest arguments for why he makes a good Spider-Man. Given his training as a gymnast and his experience as a dancer, the actor adds a crucial non-verbal element to his work as the Friendly Neighborhood Web-Slinger. It allows Holland to express what Peter is feeling not only through his expressions, but also through a lackadaisical posture and jittery hand movements. Given that Peter is often wearing his mask, and is often trying to hide how he really feels otherwise, these ostensibly small physical shifts can do a lot to improve Peter’s persona. This is evident in the memorable scene from Spider-Man: Homecoming where Peter is trapped under the rubble. The hero’s desperation and resilience can be witnessed in the actor’s slight but precise movements as much as his words.

It’s helped Holland stand out in the role to the point where some fans are concerned about the possibility that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is diluting the best version of Spider-Man by bringing in actors from other adaptations and possibly expanding the narrative’s scope. Certainly, in most contexts, the idea of a multi-verse would be appealing. And if Holland hadn’t left such a positive stamp on Peter, it’s likely that audiences would more wholeheartedly welcome the rumors of former familiar faces returning. But it can be argued that Holland hasn’t yet had a chance to truly explore his version of Spider-Man. He certainly has a good idea of what the iconic hero should be.

––screenrant.com


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January 25th, 2021
 Massive Update to Tom Holland Images

Tom Holland Images has received a massive update of photos from various appearances, photoshoots, candids and even some 4K UHD captures! Check out all the links below.

Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2018 » 8 August – “Avengers: Infinity War” UK Fan Event
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2019 » 25 June – “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Los Angeles Premiere
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2019 » 25 August – Keystone Comic Con (Pennsylvania Convention Centre)
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2019 » 4 December – “Spies in Disguise” Los Angeles Premiere
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2020 » 25 January – Special London Screening of “Dolittle”
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2020 » 14 February – “Onward” Press Conference
Appearances // Events // Conventions » 2020 » 18 February – “Onward” Premieres in Los Angeles
Photoshoots // Portraits // Photo Calls » 2016 » Photographer – Nikki Holland
Photoshoots // Portraits // Photo Calls » 2017 » Photographer – Nikki Holland
Photoshoots // Portraits // Photo Calls » 2017 » Photo Call – “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Italy
Photoshoots // Portraits // Photo Calls » 2020 » Portrait – “Onward” Press Conference
Film Productions » 2019. Avengers: Infinity War » Captures [UHD]>
Candids » 2013 » 22 November – Filming “In the Heart of the Sea”
Candids » 2015 » October – Filming “The Lost City of Z”
Candids » 2016 » 22 January – Lakers Game
Candids » 2016 » 31 January – Golden State Warriors vs Knicks
Candids » 2016 » 20 March – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 22 June – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 23 June – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 27 June – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 11 July – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 27 July – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 29 August – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 31 August – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 6 September – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Atlanta
Candids » 2016 » 18 September – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming”
Candids » 2016 » 24 September – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in New York City
Candids » 2016 » 1 October – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in New York City
Candids » 2016 » 10 October – Filming “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in Berlin
Candids » 2016 » 15 October – New York Film Festival
Candids » 2016 » 8 December – Arriving at GQ Men of the Year Party
Candids » 2017 » 21 January – Filming “The Current War” in London
Candids » 2017 » 31 May – Arriving & Departing “Jimmy Kimmel Live”
Candids » 2017 » 15 June – Departing the Magic Radio Studios
Candids » 2017 » 26 June – Departing 92.3 Studios
Candids » 2017 » 26 June – Departing AOL Studios
Candids » 2017 » 27 June – Arriving & Departing “Good Morning America”
Candids » 2017 » 15 November – Filming “Chaos Walking”
Candids » 2019 » 21 May – Departing Private After-Party for “Rocket Man” Premiere
Candids » 2019 » 19 June – Leaving the Cartier Store
Candids » 2021 » 16 January – Filming “Spider-Man 3”


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January 24th, 2021
 Sony Delays “Uncharted” Until 2022

Unfortunate news coming from Variety.com, reporting a delay on Uncharted as the result of other delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic:

Sony has shifted release dates for numerous titles, including “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” Camila Cabello’s “Cinderella,” “Uncharted” with Tom Holland and “Morbius” starring Jared Leto.

“Cinderella” will release in theaters on July 16 instead of Feb. 5. That delay bumps the video game adaptation “Uncharted,” which was originally set for mid-July, to Feb. 11, 2022. Meanwhile, “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” has moved back two months from April 2 to June 11. In turn, the “Ghostbusters” sequel was delayed to Nov. 11.


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