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.
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Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy return to our screens in a tenth anniversary re-release of Christopher Nolan's 'Inception'.
To see out the year, CBeebies only went and managed to get Tom Hardy as their special guest for Bedtime Stories – a short segment for the channel that sees him read a kid-friendly tale whilst sitting comfortably in a sort of cushion and cuddly toy grotto. Tom was joined by his enormous dog Woody, who was pretty chilled out for the whole story while napping on his lap. Would it be terribly wrong to record Tom Hardy's cbeebies bedtime story and watch it after every nightshift?
It appears that the actor’s accolade has drawn fans to all kinds of DiCaprio-based ephemera, including the spinning tops he uses as a 'totem’ in the Christopher Nolan movie 'Inception’. Burton-On-Trent-based designer Will Cutler has seen an unprecedented surge in orders for his Vorso MK1 top, according to The Independent.
Leonardo DiCaprio may not have won any Oscars yet but he’s definitely won our hearts. From his days as a child star in ‘Growing Pains’ to his position now as one of Hollywood’s brightest stars, Leo has always been a legend and these photos, that we’re sharing to celebrate his 41st birthday, only prove it more than ever. Leo being a legend… on Saturday Night Live When his ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ co-star Jonah Hill was hosting SNL, he popped along to help recreate his famous ‘Titanic’ embrace. He told them: “I notice that when I’m being consciously cool and I talk slower and wink or give a little smirk, people seem to like me more…” (Credit: Interview Magazine) Leo being a legend… doing his Jack Nicholson impression How can someone who can do THIS with their face not already possess an Oscar?
Nothing takes the wind out of your sails like a movie that ends on a big fat question mark. Let us be your guide in decoding the confusing endings of 10 of the most frustrating film finales… ‘Inception’ (2010) The ending: Back in LA, Leo DiCaprio’s dream-thief Cobb spins his totem on the kitchen counter to determine if he’s dreaming, then decides instead to go outside and play with his estranged kids, leaving it spinning – and the camera cuts before we see if it slows or stops. The explanation: Whether you think you see the spinning top wobble or not (it does waver, very slightly, before Nolan cuts), there’s a very simple interpretation of the ending – it doesn’t matter if Cobb is dreaming or not. If you want closure, you won’t get any because Christopher Nolan intentionally left the ending open to interpretation, but remember that the spinning top is not Cobb’s totem, it’s his wife Mal’s, so essentially the top’s actions don’t mean anything one way or the other. - Weird Movie Star Waxworks - Most Successful LOTR Cast Members - Could Zombies Happen For Real?