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A hero who gave a nation hope: Tom Moore obituary
The army veteran who raised millions for NHS charities during the coronavirus pandemic dies at 100.Sometimes, they're found in unlikely places - and when Britain first locked down against the coronavirus pandemic, it discovered Captain Tom.
- In a Variety podcast, Tom Holland said he would love to play James Bond.
- Holland said: "I look pretty good in a suit. I'd be like a really short James Bond."
Tom Holland is throwing his name into the discussion around who should be the next James Bond after Daniel Craig exits the role with "No Time to Die."
In an interview with, the Spider-Man actor was asked what sort of role from a book or series he would like to play most. Holland said that he has two upcoming roles that will come out in a few years time that he can't talk about just yet but that he is really "excited about," but one particular character stuck out in his mind more than others.
Michael Ball pays tribute to Captain Sir Tom Moore
The singer said Brits should 'do their duty' by getting vaccinated after revealing the former war veteran was 'content and didn't suffer' in the hours leading to his death at the age of 100 on Tuesday.The singer, 58, who performed alongside the army veteran on a charity cover of You'll Never Walk Alone, said Brits should 'do their duty' by getting vaccinated after revealing he 'was content and didn't suffer' in the hours leading to his death.
"I mean, ultimately, as a young British lad who loves cinema, I'd love to be James Bond," Holland said. "I'm just putting that out there. I look pretty good in a suit. I'd be like a really short James Bond."
Holland also said that he'd love to work with Dame Maggie Smith, and he and podcast host Clayton Davis theorised that the Oscar-winning actress could be the M to his Bond.
Many actors have been touted as the possible Bond replacement for Daniel Craig, whose tenure as 007 finishes with "No Time to Die" (now due to be released October 8). Tom Hardy, Tom Hiddleston, Idris, Michael Fassbender, and Richard Madden have all been tipped as favourites, but other options also include Riz Ahmed, Henry Cavill, and Henry Golding.
'Inspiration for whole nation': Tributes pour in for 'great British hero' Captain Sir Tom Moore
The Queen and Boris Johnson have led tributes to Captain Sir Tom Moore, who has died aged 100 after testing positive for COVID-19. © PA Captain Sir Tom was being treated in Bedford Hospital The centenarian, who captured the hearts of the nation during the first lockdown, was being treated in Bedford Hospital for help with his breathing after he developed pneumonia in recent weeks.
Meanwhile, "Bridgerton" star RegÃ©-Jean Page has recently emerged as a fan-favourite contender for the role following hisin the Netflix series.
Holland would be the first actor to play a major superhero and the role of Bond, but Mads Mikkelsen is one actor who has appeared in both the 007 and MCU franchises â€" as two villains Le Chiffre and Kaecilius, respectively.
Holland is currently promoting his new movie on Apple TV, "Cherry." There have been rumblings about an Oscar nomination for his performance as a PTSD-suffering army medic-turned bank robber who has a drug addiction.
after he sent her a clip of him from the movie in which he is "writhing around" on a jail cell floor.
"I guess I wasn't thinking right, and I was like, 'Do you know who would really like to see this? My mum,'" Holland said. "In hindsight, it was a really stupid thing to have done."
Tom Holland said he is 'flirting with the idea' of doing stand-up comedy .
Tom Holland told Vanity Fair's Little Gold Men that he is thinking about doing stand-up comedy. The actor said he wants to do many things that "challenge" him.Holland was speaking to Vanity Fair's Little Gold Men podcast, and when asked what sort of project he liked to tackle next, Holland said he'd be up for anything that "challenges" him.