Originally from England, Tom Holland, although he has had a short film career, no doubt, each role he chooses is very interesting.
Although Tom Holland’s career is just beginning, the recognition he has gained – in large part because of his performance as Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – causes the audience to be much more attentive to the growing career of the actor.
Born on June 1, 1996 in Kingston, United Kingdom, Tom Holland has also participated in the theater in his native England in the musical work of Billy Elliot where he plays the protagonist, also demonstrating that he has a lot of experience in dance, especially ballet.
Later the life of Tom Holland would change radically when arriving with Sony and Marvel to be Peter Parker in the second reboot of Spider-Man. Below are his best films so far.
7. In the heart of the sea (2015)
After The Impossible, this was the second “blockbuster” movie by Tom Holland. Unfortunately neither its interpretation could save it from being criticized as insufficient. While the story manages to portray the true story that inspired Moby Dick, he can not go further. The development of the characters is overwhelming and the visual effects do not disappoint. However, more was expected from a film directed by Ron Howard.
6. How I live now (2013)
A war drama that shows the momentary adolescent life of four boys until the Third World War breaks out. Holland’s role in the film is small, however it presents a young man with whom you easily create a relationship in a tender and naive way. Although you could shed one or another tear if you get too attached …
5. The lost city of Z (2016)
An exploration of the unknown leads Holland’s character – with a rather peculiar mustache – to survive the most dangerous paths. While not a character who steals screens, Holland manages to come before the presence of his colleague, Charlie Hunnam. A very Indiana Jones film, aesthetically appealing, with a strong protagonist (who would first be Brad Pitt, then Benedict Cumberbatch and finally Charlie Hunnam) and an entertaining adventure.
4. Locke (2014)
It may be that few recognize it, but the voice of Tom Holland makes an appearance on the tape as Eddie, the son of Tom Hardy. Although for many this film should not appear on this list, because Tom is not physically acting, the voice is also a great factor for the film, taking into account the plot of it. Also this is not the first time he lends his voice, as he also dubbed Arrietty and the world of the tiny Studio Ghibli.
3.Avengers: Infinity War (2018)
“I do not want to leave, Mr. Stark.” That’s how Tom Holland said goodbye to his mentor, and with that he won the hearts of the audience. While still the same role as Spiderman: Homecoming, Tom Holland manages to make the film somewhat more digestible, which shows the adolescent perspective of the biggest fight of the Avengers. And of course, a great teacher of pop culture.
2. Spiderman: Homecoming (2017)
It was the third change of actor that was made for the arachnid superhero and everyone had a prospect in mind until Sony made it official; Tom Holland would be the new Spiderman. An actor who was just beginning his career and not many knew, the choice liked? Not much, even Kirsten Dunst showed her indifference. However, the surprise came; first in Captain America: Civil War and then in Spiderman: Homecoming. Now Holland is one of Marvel’s most beloved actors and hopefully he will soon have more films to add to this list.
1. The impossible (2012)
The first film by Tom Holland showed the great talent – until now unknown – that he had and that led him to be nominated for the Goya Award for Best New Actor. A small children trying to cope with the ravages of a devastating tsunami, which – together with Naomi Watts – formed a spectacular duo that made everyone suffer for the true survival struggle of Lucas and María