Tom, Jacob Batalon and Director Jon Watts attended the Spider-Man: Homecoming Seoul Premiere on July 2, 2017 at Times square CGV theater in Seoul, South Korea. We added high & medium quality photos to the Gallery, he’s looks handsome! We’ll add more so stay tuned:
Tom was spotted arriving into Incheon International Airport in South Korea earlier today! Technically it’s already 07/02 there so we decided to post the photos under this date, unfortunately they’re not in the best quality but still better than nothing, if decent pics will be released we’ll add them!
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.
Tom dropped by Live with Kelly and Ryan today to promote Spider-Man: Homecoming! He was funny and charming as usual! We added 2 photos & screencaptures to the Gallery! Click on the link below so you can watch the interview in case you missed it and you can also find screencaptures, enjoy! ^^
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London-born Lost City of Z star Tom Holland, 21, was introduced as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War. He dons the Spidey suit again to headline his very own film, Spider-Man: Homecoming, opening July 7.
How does this Spider-Man differ from the previous ones?
This is the first Spider-Man movie that exists entirely in high school. What makes Peter such a relatable character is that he’s going through these ridiculous changes in his life while having to remain normal and at high school.
Did you talk with either of the previous Spider-Men—Andrew Garfield or Toby Maguire—before you began filming?
I met Andrew on the red carpet after I shot the movie. He was lovely. It was really, really nice to meet him. I really felt like he was passing on the baton. That’s the only time I’ve spoken to him.
When you’re playing Spider-Man and then you’re playing Peter, do you make a conscious decision to have different body movements so that people won’t recognize Spider-Man when they also know Peter?
Not so much. I really actually try to find similarities between the two so that it’s obvious to the audience that it’s me in the suit. I really try to create a physicality that is unique to me, so that I can convince audiences that it is that same person in the suit, because I sometimes find with superhero movies that it’s quite easy to disconnect from the actual characters as soon as they put the mask on, and so it’s very important to me to come up with a fresh and unique physicality.
Tom did a photoshoot with photographer Michael Muller for Spider-Man: Homecoming. He also did the official movie promoshoot (in a different day) but so far only one photo has been released and you may have noticed we mistakenly added it to the photoshoot. Anyway we replaced it with another photo and we’ll add it to where it belongs soon! Back to the update for today: We added 17 new photos to the Gallery, most of which are high quality. They’re awesome, we’re sure at least a few more will be released so stay tuned!
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.”