Significant cinematic roles of Tom Holland outside of Marvel.

In this gripping disaster drama directed by J.A. Bayona, Holland delivered a standout performance as Lucas Bennett, the eldest son of a family caught in the devastating aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. 

His portrayal of a young boy struggling to survive and reunite with his family earned him critical acclaim and showcased his ability to convey raw emotion and vulnerability on screen. 

Holland had a supporting role in this biographical adventure film directed by James Gray, based on the true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett.  

He portrayed Jack Fawcett, the son of Percy Fawcett, and shared the screen with acclaimed actors like Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson. His performance added depth to the character's coming-of-age journey and showcased his dramatic range as an actor. 

In this animated fantasy film produced by Pixar Animation Studios, Holland lent his voice to the character of Ian Lightfoot, a teenage elf who embarks on a quest with his brother to discover if there's still magic left in the world. His performance added warmth, humor, and emotional depth to the character, making him relatable to audiences of all ages. 

In this psychological thriller directed by Antonio Campos, Holland took on the role of Arvin Russell, a young man who becomes embroiled in a web of violence and corruption in postwar rural America 

His performance was praised for its intensity, maturity, and emotional depth, showcasing his ability to tackle complex and morally ambiguous characters. 

In this crime drama directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, Holland played the lead role of Nico Walker, a former Army medic who becomes addicted to opioids and starts robbing banks to support his addiction. His performance was hailed as a tour de force, earning him widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of a troubled and conflicted protagonist. 

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