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Sunderland 2-1 Lincoln City (2-3 agg): Tom Hopper scores decisive goal as Lincoln City survive scare to secure place in League One play-off final against Blackpool despite Jorge Grant missing a penalty

Jorge Grant, Lincoln City F.C., Tom Hopper, Sunderland A.F.C., 2012 Football League One play-off Final, Charlie Wyke, Ross Stewart, Tom Flanagan, Greenock Morton F.C., Lee Burge. Tom Hopper was on the scoresheet as Lincoln City made it through to the League One play-off final by overcoming Sunderland 3-2 on aggregate.
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Lincoln 2-0 Sunderland: Visitors' promotion hopes hanging by a thread after Tom Hopper and Brennan Johnson strikes give hosts crucial advantage in League One play-off semi-final first leg

Lincoln put themselves firmly in the ascendancy in their Sky Bet League One play-off tie against Sunderland after second-half goals from Tom Hopper and Brennan Johnson gave the Imps a deserved 2-0 victory. With nothing separating the sides at the break, Hopper fired Lincoln ahead after 51 minutes, before Johnson...
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Tom Hopper on ‘SAS: Red Notice’, How ‘Game of Thrones’ Changed His Career, and ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Season 3

With director Magnus Martens’ SAS: Red Notice now available On Demand, I recently landed an extended interview with Tom Hopper about making the action thriller and other projects. Based on the best-selling novel by former SAS operator Andy McNab, the film is about a special forces operator (Sam Heughan) traveling with his girlfriend (Hannah John-Kamen) on the Eurostar from London to Paris and what happens when a team of heavily armed war criminals - led by Ruby Rose - seize the train. SAS: Red Notice also stars Andy Serkis, Wilkinson, Owain Yeoman, and Ray Panthaki.
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Tom Hopper: Resident Evil movie will impress fans of the games

Tom Hopper says that 'Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City' will impress fans of the video game series. The 36-year-old actor will play antagonist Albert Wesker in the upcoming flick from Johannes Roberts and believes that the movie has similarities to the original 1996 game, although his character has been given more depth in the film.
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Exclusive: 'Resident Evil' Star Tom Hopper on the Faithful and Immersive Film Reboot: "Man, It Feels Like the Game"

For some time, fans of the zombie survival horror franchise Resident Evil effectively had two timelines and mediums to keep up with. The video game series, of course (of which the eighth main installment arrives May 7, 2021), but also the film series, spearheaded by Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich, which largely eschewed any continuity to the video games to do "their own thing." But now that the Anderson/Jovovich RE-verse has come to a close, a new big screen take on Resident Evil is coming September of 2021. And this time, as evidenced by its official title, Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City will faithfully adapt and incorporate elements from the first two critically acclaimed video titles.
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Interview: Ruby Rose and Tom Hopper for SAS: Red Notice, the comforts of the action genre and their character’s morality

Arriving March 16th in the US on demand and digital, SAS: Red Notice (read our review here) is a slick actioner led by Australian actress Ruby Rose. In the lead-up to the film’s debut, Peter Gray chatted with Rose and her co-star, Black Sails actor Tom Hopper, about the comforts of the action genre and the questionable morality of their characters.
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Tom Hopper nets late winner as leaders Lincoln beat depleted Dons

Tom Hopper’s winner saw Lincoln maintain their position at the top of League One as they beat Covid-hit AFC Wimbledon 2-1 at Plough Lane. The Dons asked the English Football League to postpone the game after a series of positive coronavirus tests and Lincoln boss Michael Appleton stayed at home after contracting the virus.
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AFC Wimbledon 1-2 Lincoln: Tom Hopper scores winner for Imps at Plough Lane

Tom Hopper's winner saw Lincoln maintain their position at the top of League One as they beat Covid-hit AFC Wimbledon 2-1 at Plough Lane. The Dons asked the English Football League to postpone the game after a series of positive coronavirus tests and Lincoln boss Michael Appleton stayed at home after contracting the virus.
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