Also starring Riley Keough and Sebastian Stan, Antonio Campos' new film about faith gone wrong drops on the streaming platform September 16.
Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Holland have joined their "Avengers" castmates in speaking with 6-year-old Bridger Walker, who saved his younger sister from an attacking dog on July 9. Bridger's aunt, Nicole Noel Walker, first caught the attention of Captain America actor Chris Evans with an Instagram post on July 12 in which she tagged […]
Jimmy Kimmel’s son Billy turned three years old on Tuesday, and his favorite thing in the world is Spider-Man. So Kimmel surprised his son by having the real Spider-Man, Tom Holland, dress up in character and say hello over Zoom.Holland donned a red mask and hoodie with the Spider-Man logo and whipped off his mask in perfect Peter Parker fashion, and he even donned his American accent to give young Billy a real show.“Hey Billy, my name is Peter Parker, I live in Queens, New York. Where do you live,” Holland politely asked before helping to sing “Happy Birthday,” birthday cake and all.Also Read: Tom Holland and 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Cast Surprise Guests at Disneyland (Video)Kimmel acknowledged before he brought Billy and his older daughter Jane on camera that “it might not register” for his son. But although he could only say “Spidey” and said he was actually turning 20 on Tuesday, he seemed to enjoy seeing Holland quite a bit.Kimmel’s daughter Jane is also a fan it seems, as Kimmel told the audience Jane thought Peter Parker has a “cute face.”That’s not all Holland has been up to though. In addition to sending off a script he wrote to producers and doing a lot of drinking, including an entire case of Aviation Gin sent to him by Ryan Reynolds, Holland said he’s been doing Zoom calls with the other Avengers as well. He talked to Chris Hemsworth, he caught Robert Downey Jr. while he was in the bath, and he and his “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Jake Gyllenhaal are itching to do a Peloton riding class together. And we’d all love to see that.Also Read: Tom Holland Was Drunk When Bob Iger Called Him to Bring 'Spider-Man' Back to the MCU (Video)Holland was there to promote his charitable fund The Brothers Trust, and he said he was at work shooting “Uncharted” when the coronavirus shutdowns started. He’s not sure when he’ll get to filming the next “Spider-Man” film, but he assured that he’s played Peter Parker so many times now, he’ll be instantly ready to go whenever they call.Watch the clip of “Kimmel” above.Read original story Tom Holland Surprises Jimmy Kimmel’s Son for His 3rd Birthday as Spider-Man (Video) At TheWrap
"Onward" stars Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae talk about the emotional weight of new Pixar film's male relationships.
Fresh off his first Oscar nomination, Antonio Banderas has joined Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg in the cast of Sony's "Uncharted" adaptation. Sophia Ali and "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" actor Tati Gabrielle have also boarded the film, sources tell Variety. Ruben Fleischer ("Venom") will direct the movie, closing a deal after he was reported as […]
Before Sony and Disney announced their surprise reconciliation at the end of September regarding the future of the Spider-Man movie franchise, the two media companies were as far apart as they could be. The relationship, you'll recall, had fallen apart over money, with each side pointing fingers at the other. Indeed, a deal was so unlikely that sources say talks for a third Spider-Man movie at that point were "100% dead."That's according to The Hollywood Reporter, which on Wednesday afternoon issued a report revealing the surprise twist behind how the reversal. For that, folks, we apparently have Tom Holland himself to thank.The star himself reportedly engaged in some personal outreach directly with both Disney CEO Bob Iger and Sony film chairman Tom Rothman, urging them to not let the licensing and financial details of both companies' Spider-Man relationship get in the way of giving fans of the character more of what they want. Remember, the situation at that point was pretty bleak. Nevertheless, THR reports that the 23-year-old actor pleaded on multiple occasions for both movie executives to bury the hatchet and find a way to keep Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.It worked because, on September 27, the announcement came down that Marvel is producing Spider-Man 3, to be released in July of 2021. Holland's character, likewise, will appear in at least one more Marvel film. As we noted earlier on Wednesday, that additional film is most likely Avengers 5.Holland's behind-the-scenes diplomacy seems to have gotten underway in earnest post-D23. At that point, he began making entreaties to Rothman to reopen talks with Disney, in addition to reaching out directly to Iger. As THR notes, Holland was also able to show both executives how much loyalty is out there from fans of Spider-Man who were upset at the news of the character's future being in doubt, which seems to have broken the camel's back."I am thrilled that Spidey's journey in the MCU will continue, and I and all of us at Marvel Studios are very excited that we get to keep working on it," Marvel's Kevin Feige said in a statement about the Sony-Disney thaw. "Spider-Man is a powerful icon and hero whose story crosses all ages and audiences around the globe. He also happens to be the only hero with the superpower to cross cinematic universes, so as Sony continues to develop their own Spidey-verse you never know what surprises the future might hold."
After briefly breaking up, Sony and Disney reach a new "Spider-Man" deal.
There was one very adorable moment they left out of 'Spider-Man: Far From Home.'
Fans holding out hope that Spider-Man might be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be disappointed to hear that "for the moment the door is closed," according to Sony Pictures chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra. Speaking at Variety's Entertainment & Technology summit, Vinciquerra cryptically added that "it's a long life," implying that perhaps in the […]
Sony's "Spider-Man: Far From Home" is crossing the $1 billion milestone for worldwide grosses, becoming the 40th title to do so. The tentpole has outperformed 2017’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” which debuted Tom Holland as the webslinger and wound up with $334 million in North America and $880 million worldwide. "Spider-Man: Far From Home” again follows the […]
Stars Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal and director Jon Watts on the absence of Robert Downey Jr. from the latest Marvel movie and how his presence was still felt.
Spider-Man stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland, Zendaya surprise kids at children's hospital
Tom Holland shares that Gwyneth Paltrow forgot about working with him, and he's pretty bummed about it.
Jake Gyllenhaal raved about rapper and singer Sean Paul while promoting "Spider-Man: Far From Home."
"Tom Holland gets his lines and that’s it," co-director Joe Russo at the "Avengers: Endgame" Indian Anthem event.