You know when you say something in a joking manner, but it’s really a mask for dropping a semi-stealthy truth bomb? Yeah, that’s what Tom Hardy did when he was asked about having to drop out of Suicide Squad.
This year’s surprise hit Mad Max: Fury Road may have had Max’s name in the title, but few would say it was his movie. Instead, most people walked out raving about Imperator Furiosa. Unfortunately, that won’t be the case for the sequel.
After years bouncing around from big name to big name, the amazing comic series 100 Bullets may have found its champion. Tom Hardy, Bane and Mad Max himself, has signed on to produce and potentially star in a big-screen adaptation of the Vertigo comic.
In our exclusive interview with the Mad Max: Fury Road cast, Tom Hardy explains the very real correlations between Max and The Littlest Hobo. Plus Charlize opens about the motivation behind Imperator Furiosa.
In case you missed it, here’s our awesome video about the original Max Max trilogy! Which jaw-dropping scene was so dangerous the stunt man refused food or drink for 12 hours beforehand, anticipating that he might have to rush into surgery right after? Watch, learn, and get even more hyped for Mad Max: Fury Road.
Looks like Tom Hardy will continue to prove his versatility (huge blockbusters, period films, one romantic comedy, that movie where he was alone in a car the entire time) with Legend, in which he plays British gangsters Ronald and Reginald Kray. Here’s the Roy Orbison-a-rific trailer.
The Suicide Squad is known for losing members all the time, but they usually diie during missions. This time, however, it appears Tom Hardy's Rick Flagg has taken off before their debut movie even began.
Holy hell, a whole lot of star power just signed on to make Warner Bros. Suicide Squad movie. Will Smith, Tom Hardy, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto are all lining up to play bad guys forced to be good.
Yesterday we saw the premiere of both Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron in their full Mad Max: Fury Road gear. Today we get to see them interact with their dusty, mutant survivors, and in the future, there is no ChapStick.
Here is the first "official" look at Mad Max: Fury Road. We're not saying Tom Hardy's pants appear to have a penis stitched across the crotch, but Tom Hardy's pants totally have a penis sewn into the crotch.
Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy was a huge, crazy ride that included a ton of defining performances, from Michael Caine to Heath Ledger — and yet, Tom Hardy's growling sociopath Bane still stands out. Tomorrow, The Dark Knight Rises comes out on DVD and Blu-ray and you can relive the chaos. But in the meantime, you…
A new batch of deranged images from the set of Mad Max: Fury Road reveal a fleet of killing machines, wacky skin mask fashion, and potential nemeses. We're not sure, but we do know that this Mad Max is going to be a lot different from its predecessors, just in terms of special effects and crazy new characters alone. …
Before Tom Hardy was the exuberant Bane, he was but a clone of Captain Picard in Star Trek: Nemesis. A recently unearthed screen test of Hardy and Patrick Stewart going toe-to-toe shows the early beginnings of the would-be Bat-villain (and the early, elaborate accents). Confession time: we kind of like the screen…
Take a good, hard look at Bane's breathing apparatus, as featured in Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises. These two new images show you just how much detail goes into creating this half-mask, including those little holes around the mouth area.
Today is Valentine's Day, a holiday which commemorates the armistice between global cacao manufacturers and the prophylactic industry after their centuries-long shadow war. To capitalize on this day of demure remembrance, the popcorn-industrial complex has released This Means War, a new motion picture event by…
Earlier today, we posted photos of Tom Hardy decked out in Bane attire on the set of The Dark Knight Rises. One of the stranger snapshots has Bane staring intently at a scrap of paper.
A list of potential Total Recall leads, that includes Inception's Tom Hardy and Michael Fassbender, is being passed around Hollywood. At the top of the list is Colin Farrell. Surprised? We certainly are.
Inception's breakout star, Tom Hardy, has been cast in Christopher Nolan's latest Batman picture. No real surprise there, given that Nolan delights in recasting past actors he's worked with, but still — who do you think he'll play?
We're not sure what to expect with George Miller's Mad Max reboot/sequel — especially when the new Mad Max actor, Tom Hardy, says he's going for the "drowned puma look." Read the new star's description of the next Max.