The chameleon-like actor, known for physical changes for previous roles, radically transforms himself again to embody the mobster late in life, in a film scheduled for release in October.
Tom Hardy will play the lead role in Sony Pictures' Venom, so here's everything we know about the solo feature for the popular Spider-Man spinoff character ahead of the film's 2018 premiere in theaters.
Reactions are a bit mixed in regards to "Venom's" latest trailer, but former "Spider-Man" trilogy alum Elizabeth Banks threw some brutal shade at Tom Hardy's character.
The first full length trailer was revealed at CinemaCon and features Hardy as Eddie Brock going up against a villainous organisation headed up by Riz Ahmed.
Tom Hardy teased on Instagram last weekend he would bring the thunder at CinemaCom, and he didn’t disappoint. Hardy introduced a new trailer Venom during Sony’s presentation. The studio said would be made available Tuesday, but you can watch it here. The trailer displays more of the anti-hero than a first trailer that focused on Hardy’s alter ego Eddie Brock. “See, we didn’t forget to put Venom in the movie!” Sony Motion Pictures boss Tom Rothman said in addressing…
A legal battle between director George Miller and Warner Bros could mean that we won't get to see two more planned Mad Max movies.
In an Instagram photo posted over the weekend, Tom Hardy offered a first look at his latest role, taking on infamous mobster Al Capone. Hardy, who captioned the photo “Chasing Fonzo,” will play Capone in the upcoming biopic “Fonzo,” which will also star Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon, Kyle MacLachlan, and Kathrine Narducci. The first look at Hardy’s character […]
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.
Thanks to a pic of the Dunkirk star dropped on Instagram yesterday, it shows he has a new addition to his gallery of tatts.
Royalty notwithstanding, news of Tom Hardy's cameo as a stormtrooper in Star Wars: The Last Jedi got a fair few folk pretty excited.
Charity adverts for Comic Relief fronted by Ed Sheeran, Tom Hardy and Eddie Redmayne have been slated as 'poverty porn' by an aid watchdog.
Tom Hardy's Venom will be a CGI character achieved using performance capture, reveals 'Breathe' director Andy Serkis.