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Filming begins on September 22, with a Fall 2015 release planned.
These new images really give us a good idea of how visually crazy this movie will be.
From the cover of this week’s EW, and complete with a slightly disturbing joke about Charlize Theron‘s character only having one arm, here’s the hero and villainess of Mad Max: Fury Road. Hardy is playing “Mad” Max Rockatansky, Theron is playing Imperator …
Can you tell them apart?
Marvel Looking At Tom Hardy And Benedict Cumberbatch For Doctor Strange, Peyton Reed And David Wain For Ant-Man
Earlier today, I was tipped off that Marvel would like to speak to Benedict Cumberbatch about Doctor Strange. I’ve been firing off e-mails and calls trying to find out how real this is. Apparently it’s a little bit real, as …
I don’t know what he means but Doug Liman has told IGN that, when it comes to his movie version, “Everything about Splinter Cell will be younger.” Centrally, this means that Sam Fisher will be de-aged a little. To the …
Tom Hardy fans should absolutely love Locke. I certainly do.
Filming on the 8-episode series will begin in early 2015. Hardy’s a busy man, after all.
I hope we’re drawing in on some officially marketing materia. It’s definitely been a long time coming.
Tom Hardy has been attached to the lead role for over a year.
There’s a lot of exposition, and a lot of overly effusive critics’ quotes, but there’s also a real sense of suspense and danger.
The Kray twins became infamous gangsters responsible for crime sprees in the UK in the 1950s and 1960s.
I’m not going to tell you what’s so unusual about Locke because you’ll no doubt pick it up from this trailer.
Ok, ok, I get it. I should start watching Peaky Blinders.
And we’re back! • Tom Hardy is Elton John in Rocketman. The resemblance isn’t quite there for met yet, but if anyone is good at seamlessly slipping into completely different characters, it’s this guy. Also Sir Elton will be re-recording …
The last time we saw this snap, it had been printed out, signed by Tom Hardy and then rephotographed. Now we get less squiggling and a proper look at the bike.
From what we understand of the new film’s storyline and structure, there seems to be a clue that these will be additional scenes providing back story for one of the supporting characters.
Russian spy thriller Child 44 is losing Philip Seymour Hoffman but gaining Vincent Cassel.