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
Zoe Kravitz candidly admits the leads of George Miller's acclaimed 'Mad Max' sequel "didn't get along."
Tom Hardy says those “Mad Max” sequels are still on. In Jan. 2016, “Mad Max: Fury Road” director George Miller told TheWrap that contrary to recent reports, he is far from done with the franchise, which has endured in the public consciousness since 1979. Asked whether he was truly done with “Mad Max” and the post-apocalyptic universe the character inhabits, Miller said he was misquoted after traveling for 27 hours.
‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ was without question the biggest surprise of 2015. George Miller’s return to the franchise wowed everyone with its insane stunts and manner it treated its female protagonist, Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa. ‘Mad Max: The Wasteland’ is allegedly beginning its shoot in the Broken Hill area of Australia, with its story focusing on Furiosa’s past.
The mighty ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ is returning to Blu-ray and DVD with a whole new look. It had long been reported that this alternate version of ‘Fury Road’ would see the light of day, as director George Miller – who received an Oscar nomination for the long-delayed revival of his signature franchise - had previously expressed hopes for its release. Miller told the LA Times in January, “The best version of ‘Road Warrior’ [AKA ‘Mad Max 2’] was what we called a ‘slash dupe,’ a cheap, black-and-white version of the movie for the composer.
‘Mad Max’ series director George Miller may be a producer on Warner Bros/DC’s upcoming ‘Justice League,’ it has emerged. The movie will see ‘Man of Steel’ and ‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ director Zack Snyder continue in his role as key director of the DC movie universe, in a massive, two-volume superhero epic. Firstly, it is revealed that the film - given full title ‘The Justice League Part One’ - will shoot under the code name ‘Caveman,’ and that it will shoot at the Warner Bros Studios facility in Leavesden.
It may have been released in 2014, but ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ proved rather popular amongst movie pirates. Amassing almost 31 million downloads, that’s not far off the movie’s $36 million opening weekend in the US. ‘Kingsman’ follows the story of Eggsy – a young British chav who ends up being drafted into a secret life of espionage. Starring Colin Firth and Taron Egerton, ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ saw another of Mark Millar’s comic books come to life on the big screen.
Who doesn’t like a good layered gag? This year was jam-packed full of movies with jokes that worked on multiple levels, and we’re big fans of the humble in-joke – comedic treats that only eagle-eyed fans will spot. How many of these in-jokes did you spot in 2015?
It looks as though Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa may not get much screen time in the ‘Mad Max’ sequels… as director George Miller hints at a far smaller role. During an interview with Digital Spy, the 70-year-old Australian filmmaker revealed that Furiosa won’t be as prominent in the upcoming sequels… if she appears at all. “I’m not sure, is the answer,” Miller said when asked whether Charlize Theron would return.
When it came to plotting the action for Mad Max: Fury Road, George Miller recruited some top comic-book illustrators to storyboard the epic battle scenes. Following issues focusing on Furiosa and Nux the War Boy and his boss, Immortan Joe, DC’s Vertigo imprint is about to release Mad Max: Fury Road — Max Part 1 (in stores and digital services Wednesday), and we have the exclusive sneak peek. The book begins with several intense panels depicting Max Rockatansky’s greatest hits, a comic version of key scenes from Miller’s original 1979 Mad Max (the yellow Interceptor, the Pursuit Special… and the murder of his wife and child), 1981’s The Road Warrior (Lord Humungus, the autogyro), and 1984’s Beyond Thunderdome (shout-out to Tina Turner!).