Sony Pictures has launched the trailer, confirming a release date of 15 September, ahead of UK cinemas reopening.
Back in 2016, Tom Hardy made an unusual promise. He bet his <em>Revenant</em> co-star Leonardo DiCaprio that he wouldn't win an Oscar for the film, and promised that if he <em>did</em> he'd get a tattoo of DiCaprio's choosing. SEE ALSO: Tom Hardy's 1999 mixtape has resurfaced and it's surprisingly catchy Well, we all know how that one ended — and judging by a recent photo of Hardy shared on Instagram, it seems he's finally kept his word. Captured a couple Pictures for @tomhardy today. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 he posts them. Regardless here’s an obligatory selfie A post shared by Andrew Calisterio (@boozehoundcc) on Jan 28, 2018 at 6:50pm PST So, some context. Back in December 2016, Hardy explained the details of the bet in an interview with <em>Esquire</em> <em>. </em>He said that Leo had chosen what he wanted Hardy to get: a simple statement. "He wrote, in this really shitty handwriting, 'Leo knows everything,'" explained Hardy. "I was like, 'Okay, I'll get it done, but you have to write it properly.'" From the looks of that tattoo, he eventually settled on "Leo knows all". WATCH: What if 'Inception' was a feel-good holiday movie?
It’s been a brilliant year for celebrity engagements, marriages and babies from the likes of Prince Harry popping the question to Meghan Markle, his brother Prince William and sister-in-law Duchess Catherine announcing she is pregnant, and tennis superstar Serena Williams tying the knot in a star-studded ceremony. Serena and Alexis tied the knot in front of a host of stars in November 2017, including the likes of Kim Kardashian and Beyonce. They haven’t had the busies of years as a couple, but it just goes to show how popular Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley’s union is that they made it into this list.
Celebrities from around the world, including Eminem, Tom Hardy and now Liam Gallagher, are fundraising for the victims of the nail bomb that tore through a crowd at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester on Monday night, killing 22 music fans.
Get ready for Tom Hardy to crash Twitter on Sunday night when he delivers yet another pleasing bedtime story for CBeebies. The show has released the trailer for the Hollywood hunk’s forthcoming appearance in its Bedtime Stories series and the teaser has already sent fans into a tizzy. In the promo, the star recites a line from There’s A Bear On My Chair by Ross Collins in his familiar gravely voice and says “Well, I think that there’s enough room for our mouse and bear to sit together here.
Considerable buzz surrounded the promotional material of Taboo – a 19th century-based drama set in Britain – largely because Hollywood heavyweight Tom Hardy was fronting it, and also because it seemed an intriguing, more daring venture for the BBC to get behind. What feels aesthetically and intrinsically very much like a BBC drama, Taboo possesses that faint whiff of Game of Thrones by its slovenly, periodic locales (despite it being set in a vaguely recognisible London) and gritty, almost savagery demeanour. Hardy’s James Delaney appears out of the blue for the burial of his father – much to everyone’s amazement, not least his sister, Zilpha (Oona Chaplin), who seems oddly at ease by his shocking return.
In no order at all, because these were all fabulous in their own right: the shocking, romantic, electrifying, joyous, hilarious or downright soppy favourite moments as seen on TV in 2016. Pull up a chair, there were a lot …
The Peaky Blinders aren’t the kind of guys you want to mess with. The Emmys showed no love for Cillian Murphy, Tom Hardy or the show itself as an example of outstanding drama. Well it seems they’ve been watching a lot of Game of Thrones as the fantasy drama has swept through the nominations with 23 to its name.
This is an episode review, so here be spoilers folks! It’s farewell to the Peaky Blinders and thanks for all the bloody violence as series three came to an explosive end last night. If you were worried the creators had lost their way at the beginning of the six episodes of series three, you were fortunately proved very wrong by the end of last night’s episode.
Getting up close and personal - and working at the same time - is a bit of a recipe for disaster in the world of telly. Here are some of the marriages to have suffered at the hands of this cruel mistress. Image credits: Getty/Rex Features
Celebrities have a huge presence on social media with many using their accounts to interact with fans and give people a snippet of the goings-on in their lavish lives. Some even employ one of their team to run their own Twitter account or Facebook page to ensure their posts aren’t too controversial, which is understandable as many are blasted by trolls on a daily basis. At the time of the social networking website’s creation, 2003, plenty of the A-list stars of today weren’t even famous or well-known so could get away with posting pretty much what they liked on their pages - and they did.
The former One Direction singer is reportedly going to shave his head for a role in World War II drama Dunkirk. Tom Hardy is used to shaving off his hair for parts including Bane in Batman: The Dark Knight Rises.