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Review: 'Child 44' Starring Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace, Gary Oldman And Joel Kinnaman On paper, "Child 44" seems like it would not be just a great film, but perhaps end up being one of the very best films of the year. It stars the wonderful Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Noomi Rapace and Joel Kinnaman, working from a script by Richard Price (adapting a best-selling novel by Tom Rob Smith) and under the direction of buzzed-about Swedish director Daniel Espinosa. The plot is enticing, too: it's a based-on-a-true-story murder mystery that takes place in Stalinist Russia, a nation state so perfect that, at least politically, murder simply cannot exist.

A Soviet-era slog through crime and corruption, painted in the grim, dim shades of muck, blood, moss and bark, director Daniel Espinosa’s “Child 44” turns a best-selling period-piece procedural into a slow, tedious thriller almost totally devoid of thrills.

Tom Hardy Gets Crazy in Extended 'Mad Max: Fury Road' TV Spot "As the world fell, it was hard to know who was more crazy. Me or everyone else." Now that it's spring, we're getting closer and closer to the May release of the insane action extravaganza Mad Max: Fury Road. The film will play at Cannes Film Festival in France, but only one day before it's unleashed here in the United States. And to continue hyping the film, a new extended TV spot for the film starring Tom Hardy (with an unrecognizable voice again) and Charlize Theron has arrived with some new footage.

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Will Premiere at Cannes; New TV Spot The whole world’s about to go mad (again) as Tom Hardy takes up the title role of George Miller’s long-awaited follow-up to his famous post-apocalyptic action series, Mad Max: Fury Road. Also starring Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult and Hugh Keays-Byrne (who played Toecutter in the original Mad Max), the film is set in a dystopian future where key resources have dried up and those left alive face an everyday struggle for survival. From what we’ve heard, Mad Max: Fury Road is light on dialogue and heavy on crazy stunts, car chases and explosions.

'Mad Max: Fury Road' TV Trailer Explodes with Action Mad Max: Fury Road has quickly become one of the most anticipated movies of the summer. Warner Brothers has launched a short 15 second teaser that is all explosions, all the time. Watch as star Tom Hardy leaps from car to car dodging giant fireballs in a few select moments from what promises to be one long two-hour car chase!From director George Miller, originator of the post-apocalyptic genre and mastermind behind the legendary "Mad Max" franchise, comes Mad Max: Fury Road, a return to the world of the Road Warrior, Max Rockatansky.

Kids, dreams do come true. Among the movies we listed in the 20 Films We Hope To See At The 2015 Cannes Film Festival was George Miller's hugely anticipated "Mad Max: Fury Road." Now, our team on the Croisette knows which movie they'll be lining up for on the second day of the fest. Organizers have announced that the Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult starring film will screen Out Of Competition on May 14th, one day before it opens worldwide.

Total Film Magazine has released the cover for their May 2015 issue, which features the stars of Warner Bros.' Mad Max: Fury Road, with Tom Hardy as Max Rockatansky and Charlize Theron as Imperator Furiosa. Furiosa looks a little worse for wear, and it appears the top half of her head has been set on fire. We also get a look at her crude version of a bionic arm.

Covers and details for Mad Max: Fury Road art book & prequel comic There are a bunch of potentially awesome movies hitting theaters this summer, however the one I want to see the most is definitely MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. I know for some Mad Max will always be Mel Gibson, but I have a feeling Tom Hardy is going to do just fine as Max, and I've been very impressed with the trailers for the film. /Film has a first look at Vertigo's Mad Max: Fury Road: Inspired... Read More...

Child 44 Trailer: Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and Gary Oldman Are the True Detectives of 1950s Russia Summit Entertainment, LLC There are many reasons to hope that Child 44 does well. First, this period-set drama involving a serial killer looks really good — a well-acted grown-up movie that reminds me of the brilliant, under-seen Red Riding trilogy (and hardly just because it also features Paddy Considine), only this partially true child-murderer story takes place a few decades earlier and in the Soviet Union.

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