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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Synonymous with Christopher Nolan’s take on the Dark Knight, the custom-built Batpod was a thing of beauty. “Conceived by Christopher Nolan and production designer Nathan Crowley, the Batpod was intended to provide an alternative to Batman’s trusty Tumbler vehicle,” explains Prop Store in the auction listing. Of course, the bike was made famous by its appearance in ‘The Dark Knight’ - specifically, those amazing scenes when Christian Bale’s Batman used the Batpod to escape his destroyed Tumbler during a battle with Heath Ledger’s Joker.
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