We added 3900+ HD screencaps of Tom in his 2015 movie “In the Heart of the Sea” where he played Thomas Nickerson. You can learn more about this project and all of Tom’s projects in our site’s Filmography section. Solid performance from Tom in this visually astonishing and captivating film. The story centers around one of Nantucket’s whaling expeditions in 1820 which inspired Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. We also added screencaps high quality production stills, behind the scenes photos and posters to the photogallery.
Tom was interviewed by The Guardian with his awesome father Dominic Holland. The article features a new portrait session of the both of them by photographer Murdo Macleod! We added 2 ultra high quality photos to the Gallery, take a look!
There is no shortage of up-and-coming comedians with famous parents at this year’s Edinburgh fringe: Elliot Steel (son of Mark), Will Hislop (son of Ian) and Ruby Wax’s daughters, Maddy and Marina Bye, are all performing. At the Voodoo Rooms venue in the New Town, the situation is a little different. Standup Dominic Holland, who recently turned 50, is in Edinburgh with a free fringe show, 24 years after winning the best newcomer award at the festival. The subject of his new set? How his success has been surpassed by that of his 21-year-old son, Tom, star of Marvel’s latest blockbuster, Spider-Man: Homecoming.
“I genuinely don’t need to be here,” Dominic states in his show, Eclipsed, with reference to his son’s lucrative webslinging contract. He describes his own gig as “indoor busking” – it’s free to get in but he holds a bucket for punters’ donations on their way out. Tom is currently filming sci-fi thriller Chaos Walking, co-starring Daisy Ridley and based on Patrick Ness’s book trilogy, but has flown in from Canada to see the show with his family. It’s a surprise for his dad and, when I meet the two of them afterwards, they whip out a phone to play the video of Dominic’s ecstatic reaction when Tom turned up that morning. Click on Continue Reading below to read the full interview.
EXCLUSIVE: Spider-Man: Homecoming producer Amy Pascal and star Tom Holland have found another film on which to collaborate. Pascal Pictures’ Pascal and Rachel O’Connor have acquired film rights to the Mark Sullivan novel Beneath A Scarlet Sky, with Holland attached to play the lead role. This comes on a week when the book emerged as a top seller on the Amazon lists.
It is the story of a forgotten WWII hero. Pino Lella is a normal Italian teenager living an idyllic life in Italy, until bombs begin falling on Milan and word of Nazi atrocities begin to circulate. While waiting to join the fight, Lello joins an underground railroad helping Jews escape over the Alps, guiding hundreds of Jews to safety in a year. On his 18th birthday, Lello is forced to enlist with the German Army, and is immediately assigned as a personal driver to Adolf Hitler’s left hand, General Hans Leyers. This fly on the wall in the upper echelons of the Third Reich positions him to be recruited by the Allies as a spy. Known to Allied Intelligence only as “Observer,” Lella endures the horrors of WWII and the Nazi occupation by secretly feeding intel to the Allies that was strategically important enough to turn the tides of the war. When Lella’s courage falters, he is bolstered by his love for a young woman named Anna, and for the life he dreams they will one day share.
Pascal and O’Connor will produce and Averie Huffine found the project and will shepherd it. The author was a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa and was an investigative journalist who now writes books including five collaborations with James Patterson. He heavily research the saga, but it was published as a novel because so many of the records were destroyed. Lella just celebrated his 91st birthday, and he lives in Milan, Italy. His estate is managed by his son Michael.
We added 2 new outtakes from the photoshoot Tom did for People Magazine a few months ago while promoting Spider-Man: Homecoming in New York City. You can find them in the Gallery! We also replaced another photo from this shoot with a higher quality version!
We added even more photos from new portrait sessions Tom did while promoting Spider-Man: Homecoming in Japan a few days ago. Be sure to check them out in the Gallery. ^^
Tom did a few portrait sessions while promoting Spider-Man: Homecoming in Japan a few days ago with Cinema Today & Cinema Cafe and we just added some photos (some of them HQ) to the Gallery. If more show up be sure we’ll add them as well! Enjoy ^^
Tom and director Jon Watts attended the Japan premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming in Shinjuku on August 7, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. We added 340+ high & medium quality photos to the Gallery! We also added a few photos from the press conference he did prior to the premiere. Enjoy ^^