See: Role Confirmed

 

Finally we have confirmation of Tom's casting in the second season of Apple TV+, post-apocalyptic fantasy series See, which also stars Jason Momoa. During his appearance on Podcast Like It's 1989, Tom verifies at the very end of the episode that he's been in Toronto shooting the show.  "Momoa and MIson - together at last. The pairing everyone's been waiting for."

See season 2 is expected to premiere in Fall 2021. Trailer for Season 1 below.

 

Everything I Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men: Tom Joins Reading

 

It has been announced that Tom will take place in a live reading of the black comedy Everything I Ever Wanted to Tell My Daughter About Men, on Thursday, February 20th at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London. The project was originally meant for stage, but then adapted into a film detailing a mother relating her relationship history backwards, exploring the results of a sexual assault on her choices and her relationship experiences, so her daughter won't repeat the mistakes she made. The reading is a fundraiser, with the proceeds going to survivors of sexual violence. For tickets, visit the Globe's website. For more information on the project, visit the film's website, tellmydaughter.com.

 

Watchmen: Tom Cast in HBO Pilot

 

 

TVLine is reporting that Tom has joined an incredible cast that includes Jeremy Irons and Regina King, in the HBO pilot based on the comic series of the same name. Damon Lindelof (Lost, The Leftovers) wrote the pilot and will serve as the Executive Producer. TVLine is reporting that Tom has a lead role, but nothing else is known beyond that. Lindelof has commented that the show is not an adaptation of the original comics, but takes place in the same world in present day. The pilot wrapped shooting in Atlanta, GA a couple of days ago. Stay tuned for more details!

 

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The Way of the World: Tom Returns to the Stage

 

 

Tom will be returning to the stage on March 29th in the restoration comedy The Way of the World at the Donmar Warehouse in London. He will be playing Fainall, described as a man on the fringes of respectability. Very intriguing.

The run is close to sold out, but you can sign up at the Donmar's website to receive notifications for their Klaxon ticket scheme in order to buy returned and standing room tickets closer to the date you want to attend. The play runs through May 26th.