A legit category that will surprise absolutely no one: Film posters featuring Tom Hardy’s back.
Locke review that notes something essential to Tom Hardy’s great acting skill (and relates to being able to move every part of your face independently):
Not many actors can carry a movie for 84 minutes entirely on their own, and even fewer could do so in a way that leaves a lasting impression.
Hardy manages to assure that we are on his side from the get-go, regardless of the grave mistake he [Ivan Locke] has made. His face registers several emotions at once while his tear-stained eyes tellingly convey sorrow, rage, and despair.
While the actor has headlined his fair share of box office bait, most notably The Dark Knight Rises, some of his most riveting work has been in more stripped down projects like Nicolas Winding Refn’s Bronson. Locke cements (no pun intended) Hardy’s status as one of Hollywood’s most promising talents. // review@GeekNation
I came to it three or four months after everyone had started. It had it’s challenges I think, because there was this thing that was happening and I was like “what’s going on, like what- what do they do, what’s happening with the prosthetics” and I was sort of walking around like a deer in the headlights.”
leaving London’s Soho hotel, 28/08/2013
WTF??!! I almost scrolled past this thinking that those were some old pics of him I haven’t seen yet. isuensakverjukknj HOW DU U AGE?? It’s like with beard: sexy Scottish warrior in his mid-thirties. No beard: Welcome to this university, the registration office is to the left.
Dean O’Gorman and Aidan Turner photographed by Andy Ihnatko at Boston Comic Con on August 4, 2013 [x]