We added 5100+ HD screencaps of Tom in his 2012 movie “The Impossible” where he played Lucas (We know, a lot of screencaps, but he’s got a lot of screentime!). You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. This movie is so powerful and heartwarming. It focuses on the humanity and strength rising in the aftermath of the most traumatic events a person can experience, in this case the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami in Thailand. Tom is astonishing in this film, he delivers the best performance we’ve ever seen from such a young actor (14 at the time). It was also his first feature film so be sure to see this one if you haven’t already! We also added screencaps high quality production stills, behind the scenes photos and posters to the photogallery.
We added 1800+ HD screencaps of Tom in his 2013 movie “How I Live Now” where he played Isaac. You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. This movie is sad in some ways (probably most ways) but also hopeful and powerful. The story, set in the breathtaking landscapes of the english countryside, unravels in a shocking reality filled with injustice and heartbreaking outcomes but Tom and Saoirse Ronan really shine in this film making it at least an interesting watch, if you’re not scared of getting a little sad, that is. We also added screencaps high quality production stills, behind the scenes photos and posters to the photogallery.
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.
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.
We’re slowly adding screencaptures from all of Tom’s projects starting with his television appearances. We added 1300+ HD screencaptures of Tom in his episode arc on BBC’s 2015 6 part television series “Wolf Hall” where Tom played Gregory Cromwell the lead character’s son. You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. We also added a few high quality episode stills, a photo from the promoshoot (all in high quality) and a poster to the photogallery.
ATLANTA — Spider-Man is dealing with a situation he’s never had before on the big screen: remembering the corsage for his homecoming date. It’s a muggy August night and Tom Holland, the new Spidey who made his debut in last year’s Captain America: Civil War, is sitting in a rusty burgundy Volvo with Marisa Tomei in front of a cushy home. It’s a major scene being filmed for Spider-Man: Homecoming (in theaters Thursday night), and Holland’s Peter Parker is being dropped off by his Aunt May (Tomei) for his first date with longtime crush Liz (Laura Harrier).
This is a 15-year-old kid who has stolen Cap’s iconic shield and pretty much single-handedly took down Giant-Man, so sliding a flower on a girl’s wrist shouldn’t be that nerve-wracking, right? But Homecoming is breaking from the five previous Spidey movies by focusing more on the travails of being a teenager than battling the supervillain du jour. (Though Holland’s fresh-faced web slinger has one of those, too.)