Tom Hardy has risen from his humble beginnings as a wannabe model on the The Big Breakfast to one of our greatest living actors. He’ll next be seen returning as Spider-Man’s greatest nemesis in Venom 2, and beyond that as an ageing Al Capone in Fonzo (UK release remains TBC), but while we wait for the British actor’s next big film, we thought we’d take look back at his greatest performances to date.From his 2001 movie debut in Ridley Scott’s Black Hawk Down to 2017’s Dunkirk, Tom Hardy always manages to make a big impression on screen in every role, big or small. Here’s his 10 best film performances so far.Don’t like our list? Let us know your favourite Tom Hardy performance in the comments below. And no, his CBeebies Bed Time Story doesn’t count.Read moreTom Hardy waxwork unveiledEverything you need to know about Taboo S2Tom Hardy got tattoo after losing bet to Leo
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Ignore the doom-mongers and naysayers, 2017 has been one of the best years at the cinema in ages. In compiling the Yahoo Movies UK best movies of 2017 list, we polled over a dozen movie journalists and writers, and over 60 films made it into the long list. This range of titles speaks to a terrific 365 days of films, with a diverse selection of movies catering for all tastes. Votes were cast far and wide, leading to a tightly fought battle for the number one spot.Join us know as we share Yahoo Movies UK’s list of the 20 best movies of 2017.Read moreThe biggest movie mistakes of 2017The biggest plot holes of 2017The best movie in-jokes of 2017
2017 has been a great year for cinema but it’s also seen some massive movie mistakes.Even the biggest, most expensive Hollywood blockbusters have fallen prey to the curse of the film howlers, so with help from our pals at MovieMistakes.com here are some of the biggest on screen gaffes of of the last 12 months.Read moreThe best Christmas movies to streamFranchises that jumped the shark in 2017The weirdest movie trends of 2017
Harry Styles gives a fascinating insight into Christopher Nolan's meticulous attention to in this new behind-the-scenes look at 'Dunkirk'.
2017 has been a miserable year at the box office for many of the big players, with many franchises and recognisable names failing to pull in the crowds. More and more, folks are opting for a night on the sofa with a trusty box set, rather than risking their money on a movie that could end up being a disappointment.But what if filmgoers knew exactly what they were getting up front, instead of being misled by the film’s posters? Let’s dive into the bizarroverse of honest movie marketing, and see what 2017’s biggest movie posters would have looked like if they’d simply told the truth.Read moreThe best movie posters of 2017The worst movie poster photoshop fails of 2016Bizarre Chinese Spider-Man posters
Presumably Nigel Farage just wanted to pay his respects to those fallen soldiers of Dunkirk, after seeing Christopher Nolan's new World War II epic.
"Dunkirk" is a war film in English about the evacuation of Allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk in France during World War II. The film examines the evacuation from three perspectives — a group of young soldiers struggling to escape from Dunkirk itself, several pilots in the air, and a civilian rescue boat that is headed towards Dunkirk.
Christopher Nolan's new World War II movie 'Dunkirk' might have wowed the critics in the US and on this side of the channel, but in France? Not so much.
Acting legend Sir Mark Rylance says Harry Styles is a "great lad" praising his professionalism on the set of 'Dunkirk'.
Christopher Nolan's 'Dunkirk' is being called the first sure-fire Oscar contender of the year, in a rash of blisteringly good reviews.
The stars of Christopher Nolan’s World War II thriller ‘Dunkirk’ were out in force last night at the film’s glitzy world premiere, which also boasted a Spitfire on the red carpet.Tom Hardy, Harry Styles, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, and the acclaimed director himself were joined by Prince Harry in London’s Leicester Square to promote the film which arrives in UK cinemas on 21 July.The Prince was joined by war veterans in support of Contact, a group of charities working with the NHS and the MOD, who want to make it simpler for the military community to find support with their mental wellbeing.Read moreJoe Pesci coming out of retirement14 stars who could play Aladdin and JasmineShia LaBoeuf battling ‘addiction’