SPIDER-MAN:FAR FROM HOME ► Shortly after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker is still mourning the death of his mentor Tony Stark as he goes on a school trip to Europe with his classmates. While abroad, he is recruited by Nick Fury to team up with Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio, a master of trickery and illusion, to battle the Elementals.
Tom is gracing the September 2019 Cover of GQ Style and was photographed by Fanny Latour-Lambert. We added quite a few UHQphotos from the photoshoot and will add screencaps from the behind the scenes video soon! Also added the high quality magazine cover. You can check out 2 videos by clicking on the links under the thumbnails. Check them out!
Tom Holland loves golf. He thinks about it constantly. He plays rounds on public courses and on courses that used to be the exclusive province of kings. He plays while on movie press tours in Asia and Europe and the United States. If he’s not currently playing golf, there is almost always some part of his mind that is just anticipating the next time he’ll be able to. “I don’t know what has happened,” Holland says, “but it has become my addiction. I go to sleep thinking about playing golf the next day.” The two of us are, in fact, in the back of an SUV, traveling through Holland’s native London on our way to play right now. READ MORE
Tom & his Spider-Man: Far From Home co-star Jake Gyllenhaal are on the July 2019 Digital Cover of Entertainment Weekly and were photographed by Juco. We also added a few photos from the photoshoot and screencaps from the behind the scenes videos! Check them out!
“For Holland, he drew inspiration for the mentor-mentee relationship from real life. “It’s always a bit nerve-wracking when you meet someone you look up to,” Holland says. “I was just really grateful when I met [Jake] and I found out he’s a lovely guy and a great dude.” Like Parker, who asks Beck for guidance on everything from heroism to romance, Holland has also found himself turning to Gyllenhaal for career pointers. “He’s definitely someone I feel comfortable calling to say, ‘Hey man, would you mind giving this script a read and letting me know what you think?’” Holland says. READ MORE
Tom is gracing the June 2019 Cover of Esquire China and was photographed by the acclaimed Chinese photographer Chen Man and styled by Christine Nelli! The magazine is available in China! We also added a few amazing photos from the photoshoot! Check them out! We also added a lot of missing photos to the Gallery so check it out!
“I’m was little nervous when Spider-Man: Far From Home started production. It was the first time Robert (Downey Jr.) was not there, and prior to this he always been next to me, to give me tips and he taught me so much. But we have to move forward, and I realize that we had to say goodbye to Robert, but we still have Samuel Jackson, Jon Favreau, my old friend Jacob Batalon, and Jake Gyllenhaal, I know that I am not alone, but I can be with these nice people and we are fighting together. They are all amazing people. I feel lucky to have them around.
Tom is gracing the June 2019 Cover of ICON El Pais He was photographed by Michael Schwartz and styled by Christine Nelli! The magazine is available for free with a subscription to El Pais! We also added the first photos from the photoshoot! Looks amazing! Can’t wait for more!
From a superhero, superpowers are expected like those exhibited by Tom Holland in ICON. The new Spider-Man is not gracing one magazine cover, but four different ones. The second installment is about to hit theaters, Spider-Man: Far From Home, but despite bein only 23 the British actor is very grounded. At the age of 12 he made his debut in the theater dancing in the musical Billy Elliot, and at 14 he made his film debut with Juan Antonio Bayona with The Impossible. It wasn’t always a piece of cake. “Between 14 and 17 I had a hard time,” he recalls in our interview.
Tom is gracing the Spring/Summer 2019 Cover of Man About Town! He was photographed by Michael Muller and styled by Christine Nelli! The magazine is available to preorder, check out the link below! We also added the first photos from the photoshoot! Looks amazing! Can’t wait for more!
“I’ve been playing Spiderman in my bedroom since I was a kid. I grew up watching the films, all the cartoons. I was kind of obsessed with him. When I walked on set for the my first day, it was my first time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it was my thousandth time playing Spiderman, so I felt like I had it in the bag.” While Peter Parker might be jetting off in the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home, for Tom Holland it is quite the opposite. The hotly anticipated offering from Marvel will see the British star man come home to London, albeit in the form of the friendly neighbourhood hero we all know and love, as well as a quick detour to Venice. In the first cover story for our latest issue, we chat to Tom about filming in his hometown, making the character his own, and his future directorial ambitions. PRE-ORDER HERE(Shipping from Mid April 2019)
Tom will be featured on one of Empire Magazine‘s new issue dedicated to Marvel’sAvengers: Infinity War. It looks really awesome! Spidey is joined by Guardian of the Galaxy’s Gamora & Starlord, Hulk & Falcon on the cover! We’ll be adding the digital scans as soon as possible meanwhile go check out the high quality cover in our photogallery! The Avengers: Infinity War issue of Empire hits the shelves on Thursday March 22, 2018 — you can pick up individual issues from here.
Inside the mag, we got on-set access to Infinity War in Edinburgh and New York, speaking to the likes of Chris Evans, Tom Holland, and a certain Robert Downey Jr. Oh, and we called up Chris Pratt (who may or may not have been in space cooking up Awesome Mix Vol. 3 at the time) for a chat about Star Lord joining the gang. That’s not all — as well as exclusive pics from Infinity War, the new Empire comes with its own extra magazine encompassing a decade of Marvel’s ever-expanding universe. If you want to know our ranking of the 50 Greatest MCU Moments, or see a very special re-telling of how the Russo brothers figured our that airport fight in Civil War, it’s a must-read.
On a sweltering October weekend, the largest-ever group of Marvel superheroes and friends gathered just outside of Atlanta for a top-secret assignment. Eighty-three of the famous faces who have brought Marvel’s comic-book characters to life over the past decade mixed and mingled—Mark Ruffalo, who plays the Hulk, bonded with Vin Diesel, the voice of Groot, the monosyllabic sapling from Guardians of the Galaxy. Angela Bassett, mother to Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther, flew through hurricane-like conditions to report for duty alongside Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Gwyneth Paltrow, Brie Larson, Paul Rudd, Jeremy Renner, Laurence Fishburne, and Stan Lee, the celebrated comic-book writer and co-creator of Iron Man, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, and the X-Men.
One week before the Marvel 10th-anniversary photo shoot, on the set of Avengers 4, I watched Marvel’s biggest stars lounge on comfy couches under a canopy in the long stretches between takes. Mark Ruffalo scratched Scarlett Johansson’s back, while Johansson, Chris Evans, and several other Avengers hunched over their phones in a competitive game of Words with Friends. I reached for a camera to record the moment—some of the most famous faces in the world lit up by phone screens just like the rest of us—but the ever vigilant Marvel security team had wrapped my phone in layers of protective tape. Later, Chris Hemsworth mentioned that very moment to me.
“I thought, Could somebody take a photo of this? We’re all aware that this is going to be the last time we get to hang out like this.”
And yet the actors who have contributed so much to Marvel’s past successes have little doubt about the studio’s future. “I feel a lot of joy for the next generation,” Johansson said. “It’s a bittersweet feeling, but a positive one.”
In true Marvel fashion, members of the original Avengers team will help pave the way for the new guard. The latest Captain America introduced fans to Boseman’s Black Panther while Downey’s Tony Stark mentored Tom Holland’s Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming—“serving at the pleasure of young Master Holland,” Downey said with characteristic flair. Spider-Man’s return to the Marvel fold is a coup for Feige, who helped orchestrate a hero-sharing arrangement with Sony. [cont] Cover & Photo in the Gallery!
Tom and his brothers, Sam, Harry and Paddy, started a new charity called The Brothers Trust. All proceeds raised from the events will be distributed to worthy causes and particularly to charities that might struggle to be heard, and charities who can demonstrate real results with the funds they will provide.
In dystopian world where there are no women and all living creatures can hear each others' thoughts in a stream of images, words, and sounds called Noise, Todd and Viola must hurry to warn an incoming ship of settlers as Mayor Prentiss prepares an army for war.
The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle (2019) Tom as n/a (voice).
Pre-production - April 12, 2019
The story follows the eccentric Doctor John Dolittle, a former physician who lives with and treats animals, claiming that he can communicate with them.
Uncharted (2018) Tom as Nathan Drake.
In Development - Release date TBA
The mpvies will take its inspiration from a sequence in the third iteration of the video game that focused on the young thief Drake, and his first encounter with the professional rogue, Sullivan.
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