Tom Holland, our beloved Spider-Man, celebrated his 26th birthday today. After his breakout performance as Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he has become a household name in the film industry. Aside from Spiderman, the outstanding actor has been in several noteworthy films.

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Let’s take a look at five of the actor’s unmissable films, aside from his wall-crawling cinematic superhero persona, in honour of his birthday.

1.’The Impossible’, 2012

Holland made his film debut in ‘The Impossible’, directed by JA Bayona. The film tells the story of a family on vacation in Thailand and how their lives are changed when they become involved in the devastation and aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. The film is now available on Netflix.

2. ‘The Lost City of Z’, 2016

Holland worked on ‘The Lost City of Z’ with Robert Pattinson. The film, directed by James Gray, follows the story of a British explorer who travels to Brazil in search of the mythological city Z. Holland played his son, and Pattinson played a fellow adventurer. The film is available on Amazon Prime Video.

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3. ‘The Current War’, 2017

Directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon ‘The Current War’ is based on the late-nineteenth-century battle between Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla over whether AC or DC would be the primary electricity transmission system in the United States. Holland’s co-stars in this film were Benedict Cumberbatch, Nicholas Hoult, and Michael Shannon. The film is on  Amazon Prime Video.

4. ‘The Devil All The Time’, 2020

Holland played a dark character in Antonio Campos’ film ‘The Devil All The Time’. In the film, Holland is represented as someone who is forced to deal with corruption in order to cope with his extremely bad luck. In addition to Holland, Robert Pattinson plays a key role in the film. The film is on Netflix.

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5. ‘Chaos Walking’, 2021

‘Chaos Walking’, directed by Doug Liman, is one of Holland’s non-MCU big-budget films. The film, based on Patrick Ness’ novel The Knife of Never Letting Go, is set in the future where women are extinct and men are impacted by a force that gives them the ability to hear each other’s thoughts. The film is available on Amazon Prime Video.