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2017 D23 Expo

2017 D23 Expo

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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2017 Teen Choice Awards [Vote Now!]

2017 Teen Choice Awards [Vote Now!]

The second wave for this year’s Teen Choice Awards nominations has been released, and Tom & Spider-Man: Homecoming made the list! Tom is nominated for Choice Breakout Movie Star & Choice Summer Movie Actor! Spider-Man: Homecoming is nominated under Choice Summer Movie! You can vote through the website (only available in the US territory) or by tweeting “My #TeenChoice vote for #ChoiceBreakoutMovieStar is @TomHolland1996”! just change the hastag for each category. Vote as many times as you can everyday! Every single tweet counts! We made some banners that you can use when tweeting your vote if you like: # 1 | # 2 | # 3 | # 4 ^^ Happy voting!

Choice Breakout Movie Star (#ChoiceBreakoutMovieStar)
Auli’i Cravalho – “Moana”
Deepika Padukone – “xXx: Return of Xander Cage”
Harry Styles – “Dunkirk”
Janelle Monáe – “Hidden Figures”
Tom Holland – “Spider-Man: Homecoming”
Zendaya – “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Choice Summer Movie Actor (#ChoiceSummerMovieActor)
Ansel Elgort – “Baby Driver”
Chris Pine – “Wonder Woman”
Harry Styles – “Dunkirk”
Mark Wahlberg – “Transformers: The Last Knight”
Owen Wilson – “Cars 3”
Tom Holland – “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Choice Summer Movie (#ChoiceSummerMovie)
“Cars 3”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”
“Spider-Man: Homecoming”
“Transformers: The Last Knight”
“War for the Planet of the Apes”
“Wonder Woman”

Chaos Walking Gets Release Date

Chaos Walking Gets Release Date

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.

Source: Deadline

Tom puts some zing into his web-slinging

Tom puts some zing into his web-slinging

It’s commonly mistaken that British actor Tom Holland is the third person to play a live-action Spider-Man on the screen. Let’s see, there was Tobey Maguire, who did it three times; then Andrew Garfield, who did two more entries in the franchise. But everyone forgets that there was also a small screen Spidey: Nicholas Hammond played him for two seasons on the CBS series “The Amazing Spider-Man” in the late-1970s.

Now that that’s straightened out, here we go again, with 21-year-old Holland taking over the role in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which opens on July 7. It’s actually his second outing in the part, since he was introduced as an excitable young protegee to Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) last year in “Captain America: Civil War,” finally bringing the Spider-Man character into the film world of the Marvel Universe, where he could interact with other Avengers.

Holland isn’t quite the new kid in town as far as acting experience. Most viewers first saw him 5 years ago when he was the older son of Naomi Watts in the tsunami drama “The Impossible.” He went on to play the starving and thirsty cabin boy in Ron Howard’s whale movie “In the Heart of the Sea.” Earlier this year he was seen as the son of jungle explorer Charlie Hunnam in “The Lost City of Z.

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First Spider-Man: Homecoming reactions are wild!

First Spider-Man: Homecoming reactions are wild!

Marvelites went cuckoo for Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man debut in Captain America: Civil War, but that was just a taste of what’s to come when he headlines his own movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming. The first reactions from critics are out after an early screening and, in short, word is he’s everything we’ve wanted and more.

“Tom Holland is perfect,” EW’s own Devan Coggan tweeted Friday night. “He’s having the time of his life, and it shows.” EW’s Christopher Rosen echoed that sentiment with a glowing “Delightttttttful,” while others called the film at large “pure joy,” “a Spidey movie for everyone,” and “flawless.”

One even called it “the best Spider-Man movie, period,” which is really something when you consider the history of the wall-crawler on the big screen. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 still stand as two of the most lauded superhero movies of this golden age of comic book adaptations, but fans and critics did not largely take to the finale of this trilogy, nor Marc Webb’s two Amazing Spider-Man movies.

Another standout of Homecoming seems to be Michael Keaton’s Vulture, who was called “the best MCU movie villain since Loki.” The film, directed by Jon Watts (Cop Car), also features Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Donald Glover, and Laura Harrier.

And, as Marvel fans know too well, be sure to stay till the very end for what’s been described as “the best after-credits scene yet.” Read the first reactions over at EW.com.