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Tom Hardy | Edge of Tomorrow premiere | HQ

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Tom Hardy attends the EE British Academy Film Awards 2014

Tom Hardy attends the EE British Academy Film Awards 2014

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Me and my Buglers
Tower of London 30th April 2014 London Gt Britain RMC350 putting the Great back in to Britain as always - me putting the ham back into the Big Mac as ever - love from London

Me and my Buglers

Tower of London 30th April 2014 London Gt Britain RMC350 putting the Great back in to Britain as always - me putting the ham back into the Big Mac as ever - love from London

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I’m not a fighter. I’m a petit little bourgeois boy from London. I don’t fight, I mimic.

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charlidos:

Tom Hardy at the Locke screening in NYC last night.

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skyfallat221b:

Tom Hardy favourite interview clips
(from here)

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Tom Hardy at the after party of the A24/Cinema Society premiere screening of Locke

Tom Hardy at the after party of the A24/Cinema Society premiere screening of Locke

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Tom in New York | April 22, 2014 (David Krieger/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

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Tom talking about reading all his dialogue for Locke off the autocue (from an interview in Total Film magazine):

"It was quite experimental for me, in a way. I knew the rhythm, don’t get me wrong. I could tell you what the story was about. I could explain to you who’s on the phone and each arc. But I didn’t know the words.
The versatility of being able to adapt to whatever Steve is going to give me is what I needed to work with. And that was very exciting.
It took the fear and the stigma out of having to look at the autocue. And remember, you’ve got these brilliant actors at the end of the phone feeding me emotional content, constantly.
You’re not watching one man in a car, you’re watching somebody’s thoughts, and how they’re listening, reacting and responding to the articulated word, which is being spoken to them. It’s like disarming a bomb—psychologically. He’s a shock-absorber.”   (x)

portrait: jessie craig

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Tom talking about reading all his dialogue for Locke off the autocue (from an interview in Total Film magazine):

"It was quite experimental for me, in a way. I knew the rhythm, don’t get me wrong. I could tell you what the story was about. I could explain to you who’s on the phone and each arc. But I didn’t know the words.

The versatility of being able to adapt to whatever Steve is going to give me is what I needed to work with. And that was very exciting.

It took the fear and the stigma out of having to look at the autocue. And remember, you’ve got these brilliant actors at the end of the phone feeding me emotional content, constantly.

You’re not watching one man in a car, you’re watching somebody’s thoughts, and how they’re listening, reacting and responding to the articulated word, which is being spoken to them. It’s like disarming a bomb—psychologically. He’s a shock-absorber.”   (x)

portrait: jessie craig

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the grey puppy in your blog is that your dog ?? the one you rescued off the street id love to know it looks gorgeous love to know thanks mate x
kelvinwaltho


hi there! this blog is not actually run by Tom Hardy, but the grey puppy you’re talking about was actually a dog used on the set of his upcoming movie The Drop


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skyfallat221b:

In which Tom likes scratching his head during interviews.

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dicapriho:

Tom Hardy as Eames in Inception (2010)

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charlidos:

From Greg Williams:
Working on #samarkand script with #tomhardy and #ollywilliams

charlidos:

From Greg Williams:

Working on #samarkand script with #tomhardy and #ollywilliams

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