‘The Crowded Room’: First images of Tom Holland in his series for Apple TV +

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Tom Holland has not been able to take a vacation after chaining the premieres of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and ‘Uncharted’, with which he has once again burst the box office. The Briton is already filming his new series for Apple TV+, ‘The Crowded Room’, in New York, and Just Jared has published the first photos from the set.

The actor sports longer hair than ever and a seventies outfit to become Daniel Sullivan, a man with dissociative identity disorder, formerly known as multiple personality disorder. Daniel is inspired by Billy Milligan, the first person to be found not guilty of a crime for suffering from this disorder.

Akiva Goldsman (‘A Beautiful Mind’) is behind this project, which is conceived as an anthology series in which each season will be dedicated to “inspiring stories of those who have dealt with mental illness and have learned to live successfully with they”.

This first season, which features Tom Holland, Amanda Seyfried and Sasha Lane in the main roles, will consist of ten episodes directed by Kornél Mundruczó (‘Fragments of a Woman’). The biography ‘The Minds of Billy Milligan’ and Akiva Goldsman’s own life will serve as the basis for the story. Apple has not yet set its premiere.

Closed for vacations

In principle, when Tom Holland finishes filming ‘The Crowded Room’, he does intend to take a well-deserved break. Although Sony is waiting for him to shoot a biopic of the legendary Fred Astaire. This project is still in very early stages.

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