On Thursday (June 1), Tom attended the New York premiere for his upcoming Apple TV+ show The Crowded Room. It was great to see Tom out and he looked so handsome! Check out the gallery for the photos! The Crowded Room will premiere with the first 3 episodes on June 9!
It’s June 1st which means it is Tom Holland’s 27th birthday! A very happy birthday to our favorite guy! We are wishing you another year full of love, joy, and health! Thank you Tom for all you do! I hope you have an amazing day with your family and friends! It is also our 3rd year site anniversary! Wow, I can’t believe it’s already been 3 years. Thank you to everyone for visiting the site, I can’t wait to continue to follow Tom’s career!
To celebrate Tom’s birthday and our 3 year site anniversary at Totally Tom Holland, I have added additional outtakes from a photoshoot Tom did with GQ in 2021. I love this shoot! Enjoy!
The facts are never the whole story. The Crowded Room premieres June 9 on Apple TV+ https://apple.co/_TheCrowdedRoom
The Crowded Room follows Danny Sullivan (Tom Holland), a man who is arrested following his involvement in a shooting in New York City in 1979. A captivating thriller told through a series of interviews with curious interrogator Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried), Danny’s life story unfolds, revealing elements of the mysterious past that shaped him, and the twists and turns that will lead him to a life-altering revelation.
Yesterday (April 1), Tom attended Day 2 of the opening of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre in Mumbai, India! You can find photos from the event in the gallery!
Today is Tom Holland’s 26th birthday! Happy Birthday Tom! Thank you for bringing happiness into our lives with all of your work. I can’t believe it’s now 2 years since I opened this site! I can’t wait to see everything you do in the coming year. I hope you get to spend the day with all your friends and family. Here’s to another year of supporting the amazing you!
To celebrate Tom’s birthday this year and our 2nd year anniversary at Totally Tom Holland, I have added additional outtakes from a photoshoot Tom did back in 2017 for the promotion of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Some are the same photos as previously released, but some in different editing. Enjoy!
LA TIMES – If “Uncharted,” mired in development delays for the better part of a decade, becomes a global film franchise for Sony Pictures, the love Tom Holland has for the PlayStation video game console will become the stuff of legend.
It was on the PlayStation, between takes on 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” that Holland immersed himself in the world of “Uncharted” — and accelerated his desire to portray a globe-trotting adventurer such as Indiana Jones or James Bond. “Uncharted” even led him to try his hand at pitching a Bond story.
But more on that in a moment.
Before video game studio Naughty Dog was known for its linear, story-driven narratives “Uncharted” and “The Last of Us,” two properties being adapted for film and television, it was a production house home to more lighthearted fare, particularly the run-and-jump series “Jak and Daxter.” Holland cites “Jak and Daxter” as one of his first video game crushes and talks about meeting Naughty Dog’s Neil Druckmann the way other actors gush over meeting a legendary director.
“He actually worked on ‘Jak and Daxter,’ which is one of my favorite games. I loved that game as a kid,” Holland says of Druckmann, who started as an intern at Naughty Dog and worked as a programmer, designer, writer, creative director and vice president at the Santa Monica studio before he was promoted to co-president in 2020.
“We were big gamers as kids,” Holland says of himself and his three brothers. “Our parents were always quite strict. We weren’t allowed to play video games on a school night. So I do remember waking up early on a Saturday morning trying to beat my brothers downstairs so I could get to the PlayStation first.”
In 2022, video games appear to be the next big intellectual property arena for movie studios and streaming services. “Uncharted” comes shortly after L.A. studio Riot Games had a hit with Netflix’s adult animation series “Arcane,” weeks before a “Sonic the Hedgehog” sequel and “Halo” series for Paramount+, and months before HBO, with Druckmann’s heavy involvement, launches a series based on the somber, traumatic, zombie-inspired game “The Last of Us.”
“It’s a testimony to how good the video game IP is and how robust it is in terms of narrative,” says Atlas Entertainment’s Alex Gartner, one of the producers on “Uncharted.” “It’s robust in terms of narrative, and it’s matured. It has created real characters. It’s not just the playability of the games anymore. It’s the characters.”
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Another busy day for Tom! Tom attended an Uncharted photocall today in Paris at the Publicis Champs-Elysees. Tom wore Joshua Kane pin stripes. Check out photos in the gallery!
Tom Holland joins BBC Radio 1’s film critic Ali Plumb to talk taking on the iconic role of Nathan Drake in his new movie Uncharted. Plus, he looks back on Spider-Man: No Way Home (BIG spoiler alert) and he compares himself to “double handsome” Timothée Chalamet.