Tom Holland Looks Completely Unrecognizable in Apple TV+’s New Thriller Series ‘The Crowded Room’

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How far will one go to uncover the truth? In the new Apple TV+ thriller series, The Crowded Room, Danny Sullivan (played by Tom Holland) is forced to answer this pressing question after he finds himself in the middle of a high-stakes situation that could change his life forever. 

Last month, the streaming service released the first official trailer for the 10-episode miniseries, which is set to premiere on Friday, June 9. The trailer starts with Sullivan (Holland) being questioned by an interrogator named Rya Goodwin (Amanda Seyfried). 

From the long curly hair to the battered clothes, the Spider-Man star almost looks unrecognizable as he fully embodies an accused suspect. 

“Danny, do you know why you’re here?” Goodwin asks, to which Sullivan (in distress) responds, “I have these blank spots.”

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Starring and executive produced by Holland, The Crowded Room follows a young man named Danny Sullivan, who is accused of being involved in a shooting that takes place in New York City in 1979. Through in-depth interviews, Sullivan’s life and backstory unravel in this thrilling drama. 

Aside from Holland and Seyfried, The Crowded Room ensemble cast features names like Emmy Rossum (Shameless), Emma Laird (Mayor of Kingstown), Sasha Lane (Conversations with Friends) and more. 

Tom in a psychological thriller? Say no more.

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