Tom Hardy is best known for his serious work, be it turning up the drama in features like Warrior and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy or just turning into a full-blown monster, as seen in movies like Bronson and The Dark Knight Rises. That said, two years ago he decided to branch out with a bit of lighter fare and tried doing a romantic comedy. Show More Summary
“The Drop” is just how I like my Tom Hardy–in nearly every scene. His notorious jailbird in “Bronson” was just too savage. His Batman arch-nemesis Bane in “The Dark Knight Rises” was too unintelligible. His recent solo tour-de-force behind the wheel in “Locke” was too much of a gimmick. Show More Summary
In the gritty new flick The Drop Tom Hardy plays someone very different than his menacing villain Bane in The Dark Knight Rises: a quiet bartender named Bob who rescues a puppy. Find out what happened behind the scenes of Hardy's new film here. The post Premiere: Go Behind the Scenes of Tom Hardy’s Crime Thriller The Drop appeared first on WIRED.
Continuing production on her upcoming film “The Intern,” Anne Hathaway showed up on a Manhattan set on Thursday afternoon (September 4). The “Dark Knight Rises” dame wore a retro-style red dress and 1960s hairstyle as she filmed scenes...Show More Summary
Shia LaBeouf (TRANSFORMERS, upcoming FURY), Emmy® nominee Kate Mara (Netflix’s “House of Cards,” upcoming THE FANTASTIC FOUR) and Oscar® nominee Gary Oldman (DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES, THE DARK KNIGHT RISES) are set to star in the...Show More Summary
ComingSoon.net gets on the phone with Australian actor Ben Mendelsohn (Animal Kingdom, The Dark Knight Rises) to talk about his role opposite Jack O'Connell in David Mackenzie's prison drama Starred Up, now playing in New York City and opening in Los Angeles on September 5.
When The Dark Knight Rises came to Pittsburgh back in 2011, a couple found their wedding at St. Paul's Cathedral taking place in the shadow of a necessary evil: Tom Hardy as Bane. The ceremony took place so close to the set that Gotham's reckoning even waved to the bridesmaids between takes. Read more...
In honor of #ThrowbackThursday, we bring you that one time Bane (played by Tom Hardy) accidentally crashed a wedding while filming "The Dark Knight Rises" and showed off his less murder-y, more adorable side. It looked like this: Credit:...Show More Summary
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has spent quite a lot of time around comic book movies lately. From The Dark Knight Rises, signing on to star in and possibly direct Sandman, and his work in Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (which opens tomorrow), he's really getting an education in how to make the genre work on screen. Show More Summary
Frivolous lawsuits like this have to be the bane of studios' existence. (Get it? Bane!) In "The Dark Knight Rises," Catwoman (Anne Hathaway) sought a computer program ("Clean Slate") that would wipe all traces of her sordid criminal past from the world's computers. The fictional program was mentioned twice, and......
A glorious picture of Tom Hardy waving at a bunch of bridesmaids while filming The Dark Knight Rises in Pittsburgh years ago has surfaced. Because Hardy has been holding puppies all over the place lately, there seems no better time to bring this picture to your attention. Show More Summary
Christian Bale is a dad times two! The 40-year-old "Dark Knight Rises" actor and wife Sibi have welcomed a baby boy, a rep for Bale confirmed to People magazine.
If you make a habit of skipping the novelized versions of your favorite movies, it turns out you might be missing some important plot points like, "Where was the Joker during Dark Knight Rises?", "Why are there always two Sith?", and "Where did that old guy get a mogwai, anyway!?"
It looks more and more that Cinemark will have to face a jury over whether the theater chain is liable for the July 20, 2012 fatal shooting rampage at the Aurora midnight screening of The Dark Knight Rises. For the second time in just...Show More Summary
The makers of Clean Slate, a drive-wiping program, sued Warner over a fictional product with the same name in The Dark Knight Rises; the judge quite sensibly told them that trademark protects you from unfair competition -- it doesn't let you own words. Read the rest
Decided yesterday in the 7th Circuit: Users can tell the difference between The Dark Knight Rises fake "clean slate" program — which can delete every reference to you on every computer, everywhere — and a real program which restores default settings to shared computers. Read more...
The Clean Slate tech is legal!
Catwoman's favorite piece of software won't confuse those who wish to purchase a 'clean slate' read more
If you have the space in your collection, this Batman Dark Knight Rises Bat-Pod with Catwoman Pre-Assembled 1:18 Model Kit is the perfect item to display. This SDCC 2014 exclusive is a limited edition of 1,000 pieces! It is resin cast and sculpted by Jeff Yager. You won’t need any glue or paint with this […]
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