Tom Holland movies and where to watch: The top 10 movies starring Tom Holland

The Devil All The Time: Tom Holland as Arvin Russell. Photo Cr. Glen Wilson/Netflix © 2020
The Devil All The Time: Tom Holland as Arvin Russell. Photo Cr. Glen Wilson/Netflix © 2020 /

Tom Holland has been in the business for a long time, but it’s his Spider-Man role that skyrocketed the actor to stardom. Below, we list the top 10 Tom Holland movies (in our humble opinion), and no, they’re not all Marvel movies. 

Which movie did you first see Tom Holland star in? The first movie I remember the actor in, is The Impossible. Holland was only 14-years-old when that was filmed, and he was able to give such an incredible, powerful, and very emotional performance. I still get chills thinking about some of the scenes in The Impossible!

Of course, it wasn’t until I watched Holland in

Captain America: Civil War,

that I remembered he is the actor from

The Impossible.

And now, the actor is booked and busy! He is one of the most popular actors in the business and we can’t wait to see more from him in the coming years. In the meantime, here are our top 10 favorite Tom Holland movies.

Tom Holland movies and where to stream them

  • In the Heart of the Sea, watch the movie on Hulu or HBO Max
  • The Lost City of Z, the movie is available on Prime Video
  • Cherry, fans can watch Cherry on Apple TV+
  • The Devil All the Time, stream it on Netflix
  • Captain America: Civil War, watch it on Disney+
  • The Impossible, watch the movie on Tubi or Hulu
  • Uncharted, this is Holland’s latest release and it is playing in theaters
  • Avengers: Endgame, watch it on Disney+
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming, there are plenty of platforms to watch Homecoming, including Prime Video, Hulu, and Starz
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home, the movie is still playing in theaters, but it will stream soon on Prime Video

Are any of these Tom Holland movies also on your list of favorites from the actor? Is there a movie you think belongs on this list?

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