We added 3600+ HD screencaptures of Tom in his 2017 movie “Pilgrimage” where he played The Novice – Brother Diarmuid. You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. This movie is good, we like that the events and characters feel realistic and faithful to the 13th century which is refreshing. It also has great performances (Tom is awesome even with very few lines) and stunning photography so definitely go watch it if you didn’t. We also added 3 new production stills and 2 new posters to the photogallery.
Tom attended the Walt Disney Studios live action presentation at Disney’s 2017 D23 EXPO on July 15, 2017 in Anaheim, CA. An exclusive Avengers: Infinity War trailer was shown during the panel (you can read a recap here). The movie will be released in U.S. theaters on May 4, 2018. Check out the awesome photos we added in our Gallery!
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We added 1600+ HD screencaptures of Tom in his 2016 movie “The Lost City of Z” where he played Jack Fawcett, the lead character’s son. You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. This movie is very sad, we’re still thinking about it with heavy heart. But its incredible story, outstanding performances and stunning photography makes it a movie you shouldn’t miss out on. The story, based on true events, truly deserves to be heard. We also added high quality production stills, a behind the scenes photo and posters to the photogallery.
Doug Liman’s Chaos Walking starring Tom Holland, Daisy Ridley just got pegged for a release on March 1, 2019. The sci-fi adventure film, based on the book from Carnegie Award-winning author Patrick Ness, is about a guy (Holland) who lives on the distant planet of New World—a new hope for humanity until struck by “The Noise,” a virus which inflicts immersive visions of ones’ every thought.
The cacophony drives many mad until Todd makes a hidden, silent discovery: there is a girl named Viola (Ridley), who may be the key to unlocking New World’s many layered secrets. Together, the two unlikely companions are forced on a white-knuckle adventure into an unexplored planet – trying to escape and hide in an environment where all thought is heard, all movement seen –as they both discover the truth about the lives they left behind and the spectacular world they’ve learned to call home.
The film will be released on the same day (right now) as 20th Century Fox’s The Force, which is also based on a novel — the Don Winslow book about corrupt cops which has David Mamet aboard to pen the script and James Mangold on to direct. It also comes on the same date as the animated, family film How To Train Your Dragon 3 from Universal Pictures.
New production stills from Tom’s upcoming movie Spider-Man: Homecoming have been released! We added high quality stills to the photogallery! We also added the photo from the promotional shoot we were talking about in the earlier post and we also found some other low quality photos so we added them too, hopefully more photos from the promoshoot will be released.
Following the positive first reactions last week, the first reviews for Spider-Man: Homecoming have arrived and it could be the best Spidey outing yet. Tom Holland’s first solo outing as Spider-Man lands in cinemas next week and sees him battle Michael Keaton’s Vulture, with help from Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) after he gifted him a new Spidey suit at the end of Captain America: Civil War.
We’ll have our thoughts on it soon but, for now, here’s a selection of the first reviews.
“Spider-Man: Homecoming, the web-slinger’s first solo movie under the Marvel Studios umbrella (but produced in conjunction with distributor Sony Pictures), is a sweet, witty, briskly-paced romp that captures everything that has made Peter Parker and his costumed alter ego such a lovable and enduring character for over half a century.”
“Yet coming after the two Andrew Garfield Spider-Man films, which were the definition of super-forgettable competence, the movie is just distinctive enough, in concept and execution, to connect and become a sizable hit. If so, it could prove a key transitional film in the greater cinematic universe of comic-book movies.”