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Tom Holland says no to bullies

/ 12:30 AM October 07, 2017

Tom Holland

Actor Tom Holland recently uploaded to Instagram a public-service video with his “Spider-Man: Homecoming” castmates for Stomp Out Bullying, an American organization that helps out victims of bullying.

Together with Zendaya, Laura Harrier and Jacob Batalon, he spoke about the campaign’s “Blue Shirt Day,” or the annual World Day of Bullying Prevention, which was held on Oct. 2.

Tom will be busy for years to come, thanks to his commitment to Marvel Studios projects, including sequels of “Avengers” and “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”


He is currently filming Doug Liman’s “Chaos Walking,” a sci-fi flick costarring “Star Wars” actress Daisy Ridley.

His Instagram posts hint at him looking forward to every break he gets: “Tired, everyone…could use a two-day nap,” he said in one caption.

During his down time, the 21-year-old actor uploads photos of his dog, Tessa, or videos to his Instagram Stories. —OLIVER PULUMBARIT

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