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He totally loves that tie.

Aww. so lovely. It’s a nice tie, but can he PLEASE wear that light gray suit again? Please? That’s one of my all-time favs. Damn, that suit looked good on him. <3

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This is his place x not his hair it is a palm xx

This is his place x not his hair it is a palm xx

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xbaconcoveredchocolatex replied to your photo: I have the strange urge to post this photo.  Huh….

He could’ve taken the pic then reversed it. He could’ve just left his coverup makeup on his arm if he was on the middle of shooting something. Maybe it was taken pre-shower. His tats have been covered up for a lot of his work…

Try it out for yourself in a mirror.  I bet you can’t make your left hand look like that image reversed.  I, for one, can’t get my knuckles to go that direction.  As for the makeup, they’ve yet to make it look that good.  Furthermore, it’s not his nose.  

Not. Him.

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Tom’s research for Capone

Tom Hardy has been down in the vaults at Warner Bros, watching the studio’s classic gangster movies to get some Al Capone ‘into the bloodstream’.

Hardy told me he will play the Depression-era Chicago crime tsar sometime next year and well into 2014, once he has completed work on a series of movies including the lead role in the new Mad Max, which begins shooting in Namibia this April with Charlize Theron and Nicholas Hoult.

‘I’ve been working with Warner Bros, watching their gangster films — the ones with James Cagney, Humphrey Bogart and Edward G. Robinson,’ he told me, citing The Petrified Forest with Bogart, The Public Enemy with Cagney, and Little Caesar with Robinson.

‘It’s interesting to get them, and a bit of Capone, into the bloodstream.

‘You look at pugnacious James Cagney in The Public Enemy and see how this guy rises up to become a kingpin in Chicago,’ Hardy said when we chatted during a reception at the British Film Institute.

The actor added that he’d watched a wide range of Warner Bros ‘social issue’ films, as they were called.

He’d also watched The Roaring Twenties, which starred Cagney and Bogart, and many other pictures that encompassed the Depression/Prohibition era when studios, particularly Warner Bros ripped stories right out of newspaper headlines and turned them into films that are still watchable today.

‘The idea isn’t to remake those films but to get a flavour of them as we explore Capone’s career as a racketeer.

‘The idea at the moment is of doing a trilogy of films, but nothing is set. Everyone is just talking and exploring,’ said Hardy, whose career has rocked in everything from Matthew Vaughn’s Layer Cake to Nicolas Winding Refn’s Bronson and Chris Nolan’s Inception.

He’s also mega-hot in the under-rated Gavin O’Connor family fight drama Warrior. And he was part of last year’s classiest ensemble in Tomas Alfredson’s Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (which deserves recognition from Oscar and Bafta voters).

I can’t wait to see him alongside Christian Bale and Gary Oldman (so brilliant as Smiley in TTSS) in the new Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises. (Hardy plays the Caped Crusader’s arch enemy, Bane.)

The Capone project is called Cicero. David Yates, who directed four of the later Harry Potter movies, has been re-working Walon Green’s original screenplay.

After Hardy has shot the Mad Max picture he wants to work with his father, Chips Hardy, on a theatre project in London, which he will fund.

‘I’d like to hire a theatre for a week and give the tickets away,’ the actor told me.

I’ll take one!  And somehow get to London for it… You give me a ticket, and I will be there.

(Source: Daily Mail)

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I have the strange urge to post this photo.  Huh.  
His first, which he got at 15, is a leprechaun: an ode to his Irish heritage on his mother’s side. Not that she was impressed. “She kept saying ‘my beautiful boy, my beautiful boy,’” he recalls, laughing. (x)
There you go.  We don&#8217;t have any photos of his right arm without that leprechaun.  Let me also point out that objects in mirrors are reversed.

I have the strange urge to post this photo.  Huh.  

His first, which he got at 15, is a leprechaun: an ode to his Irish heritage on his mother’s side. Not that she was impressed. “She kept saying ‘my beautiful boy, my beautiful boy,’” he recalls, laughing. (x)

There you go.  We don’t have any photos of his right arm without that leprechaun.  Let me also point out that objects in mirrors are reversed.

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Box Office Mojo is reporting that 'Wettest County' has been pushed to 8/31/12

What?!  You’d deny us The Cardigan Killer for another 4 months?

Of course they’re also calling it ‘The Wettest Country,’ but we’ll take their word for it.

ETA:  The LA Times is seconding this, and commenting that the Labor Day weekend date “is regarded by some distribution experts as a film-release black hole.”

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Does Tom Hardy have a scar on his eyebrow or does he shave it? This is a very important question bc my sister and I are having a debate about it and you are the decider on all things Tom Hardy. Ps, originally I wrote just Tom but then I had to add Hardy bc I was like, bitch please don’t act like y’all are on a first name basis.
HAHAHA, bb! You came to the right place, because It just so happens that my T-Hard research partner AClutteredMind and I have done extensive research on this very topic! It seems to have migrated through the years, and even disappeared, thus we conclude that it is shaved. Somehow, that does not take away the hotness of it. It is just hot. Fact. Here are examples of it on both sides.
P.S. I’m pretty sure we can all agree that our loins are on a first name basis with T-Hard, y/y? 
xoxoxo
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Hello T.Hardies, tomorrow is the deadline for FLACK to raise the £45,000 to keep running. They're almost there. Please support if you haven't yet and thank you for donating if you have already. :)

pantyfire:

Here is Tom’s update from today:

4 January 2012 - one day to go 

This is astounding we are at 92% !!!

Tx


So close! The more I learn about FLACK the more I feel inspired by their hard work & dedication. Please continue to support the charity if possible after all of this fund raising through here.

£42,774.50!  I admit, I didn’t think they could raise so much in just a month.  It seemed such an insurmountable task, and yet they’re at 92%!  They’re so close, just a little over £2000 pounds to go.  I really think they can do it if we all pitch in what we can.

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"I’m not one of those who like to fight, I’m one of those who sit at home and watch “Sam the Firefighter” with their kids."

Tom Hardy

OH HELL NO, Bob the Builder is going to be so heartbroken! He’s wiping his tears with his checkered sleeve right now……

(Source: tomhardyparty.com)

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dontbesillyo:

lookin’ good bb!  from facebook heads-up tweet from the THpartay

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We can only hope the Academy likes the NYT critics.  Warrior was also on A.O. Scott’s list for Best Picture.  Thanks to @starshine_3 for the heads up!

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Hope everyone&#8217;s partying like Tom Hardy tonight. xoxo

Hope everyone’s partying like Tom Hardy tonight. xoxo

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BB!Tommy at the Black Hawk Down London premiere in 2002.

BB!Tommy at the Black Hawk Down London premiere in 2002.

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I love that this lady showed up both years with the same style of hat and the same spot for optimal Tom proximity.

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Oh, Tommy. I am gonna sue you for what you’ve done to my ovaries.

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