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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.

Tom Hardy graces the cover of Empire as Mad Max There were a couple of you who really dug the official trailer for George Miller's return to car demolition in the form of MAD MAX: FURY ROAD. While Mel Gibson was the perfect man for the job years ago, it's time for some fresh blood to enter the mix. Folks may have been somewhat critical before, but I think it's safe to say that everyone is now on-board with Tom Hardy picking up... Read More...

Review: Tom Hardy Makes 'The Drop' a Slow, Dark Ride Worth Taking Tom Hardy tackles yet another awkwardly-spoken eccentric (with something of a dark edge) in The Drop, and, once again he hits the role hard. That is to say, he owns it, and the crime drama elevates to something endlessly watchable with every line he speaks and every twitch his eye gives. With a screenplay from novelist Dennis Lehane and execution in guile from director Michaël R. Roskam, The Drop delivers a powderkeg of subtle intensity, suspenseful in all that it does and doesn't do.


Tom Hardy Says He'll Never Do Another Romantic Comedy Again Thanks To 'This Means War' – Tom Hardy's greatest attribute is his willingness to try anything and knock it out of the park. It's hard to believe the same actor who stormed the screen in Nicolas Winding Refn's "Bronson" spent 90 minutes on the phone in Steven Knight's "Locke." This weekend, the actor plays a weary Brooklynite in "The Drop," and on the horizon he's got roles ranging from badass post-apocalyptic warrior in next summer's "Mad Max: 24 weeks 2 days ago via donnieyen

TIFF: Tom Hardy on acting with James Gandolfini: ‘I just wanted to please him’ – For someone with his immense range and talent, Tom Hardy has been a “one to watch” far too long. Years before he 24 weeks 5 days ago via jetli

The Drop Featurette – Rocco The Dog No, The Drop is not a family movie about a dog and his owner, this is a crime drama starring Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini, Noomi Rapace and a bunch of boxers. As you can tell the boxers are not the kind that punch but instead the ones that bark and slobber all over your shoes. […] Read The Drop Featurette – Rocco The Dog on Filmonic.

James Gandolfini doesn't think very highly of Tom Hardy in a new clip from “The Drop,” an upcoming crime drama that features the late actor's final performance on the big screen. “I'm not the guy that wasted his entire life waiting for it to start,” Gandolfini tells Hardy's character in the clip (above). “At least I had something once. I was respected, I was feared.” See video: James Gandolfini Is Respected, Feared in Trailer for Final Film ‘The Drop’ The Sept. 12 release was directed by Michaël R.

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