Who is Tom Hooper

Thomas George Hooper (born 5 October 1972) is a British-Australian filmmaker.

Hooper began making short films as a teenager and had his first professional short, Painted Faces, broadcast on Channel 4 in 1992. At Oxford University, Hooper directed plays and television commercials. After graduating, he directed episodes of Quayside, Byker Grove, EastEnders, and Cold Feet on British television. In the 2000s, Hooper directed the major BBC costume dramas Love in a Cold Climate (2001) and Daniel Deronda (2002), as well as the 2003 revival of ITV's Prime Suspect series, starring Helen Mirren. Hooper made his feature film debut with Red Dust (2004), a British drama starring Hilary Swank and Chiwetel Ejiofor, before directing Helen Mirren again in the Company Pictures/HBO Films historical ...
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Mvbrat91: okay, um, there's a flaw i'm seeing with tom hooper and his "we're doing the singing live!" method. jackman and crowe sound off when singing! and that shouldn't be possible given their own singing outside of this.
Lewisjo58265023: people really don’t like tom hooper it would seem
Darkknight2149: thinking of tom hooper's cats & chloe zao's eternals, it's genuinely interesting when a talented award-winning filmmaker on a win streak unexpectedly drops the ball. like, the stars are aligned for it to be an acclaimed hit and it just... isn't. makes for fascinating analysis.
Prison_health: historian tom hooper has charted 38 [gay] bathhouse raids from 1968-2004 in cities like montreal, ottawa, edmonton, calgary, and hamilton
Drrossgeller_: wonder what the f tom hooper is working on. understandable to take a breather after cats (fascinating film :d ) but come on !
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The Sunset stopped on Cottages
 by Emily Dickinson


The Sunset stopped on Cottages
Where Sunset hence must be
For treason not of His, but Life's,
Gone Westerly, Today-

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