Captain Tom Reveals Who He Wants To Play Him In Movie | Good Morning Britain

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Capt Tom Moore is the man of the moment- his dedication, determination and ambition all lifted our spirits throughout the pandemic. He also raised over £30 million for our brave NHS staff. The Army Vet is now known worldwide and is telling his story from life in the Army to walking around his garden to becoming a worldwide celebrity. ”Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day: My Autobiography’ by Capt Tom Moore will be released today (Thursday). In a moving interview with Piers for Life Stories on Sunday night, Captain Tom revealed he put a “do not resuscitate” sign on his hospital door after a near-fatal fall last year. Rumours also suggest that Clint Eastwood, Anthony Hopkins and Michael Caine are in the running to play him in film.

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