There are a lot of things that could have given us hope for Legend. For one thing, it stars Tom Hardy, rarely a point against a movie. And not just one Tom Hardy-- Legend gives us two, as Hardy...
Inspired by true events, director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Western revenge thriller also stars Tom Hardy, Will Poulter, Domhnall Gleeson and Lukas Haas.
Legend offers a great Tom Hardy performance, but disappointingly little else.
Alejandro IÃ±Ã¡rritu's The RevenantÂ is poised to potentially make a serious impression this Oscar season. The film features an all-star cast â?? consisting of no less than Tom Hardy, Domnhall Gleeson, and Leonardo DiCaprio â?? beautiful cinematography, and a gripping, dark, yet straightforward story about revenge in the North American wilderness. Show More Summary
Set in the 1960s, Brian Helgeland‘s Legend opens with East London gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray already at the top of the food chain, avoiding the typical rise-and-fall structure we see in most biopics. Everyone knows the gangsters, and not just because they’re two bulky, hard-hitting twins. Show More Summary
Tom Hardy's FX/BBC One show Taboo has begun production in London. The eight-episode series created by Peaky Blinders' Steven Knight stars Tom Hardy as James Keziah Delaney, a man who returns to London after spending ten years in Africa in 1814, right as the U.S. and the U.K. are at... More »
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Tom Hardy is coming to the small screen. The "Mad Max: Fury Road" actor is starring and executive producing his own event series for FX and BBC One titled "Taboo." The eight-episode series starts shooting this week in London, according to a joing press release from the networks. Show More Summary
Michael Kelly and Jonathan Pryce are among the international cast set as the period drama begins filmming in London. read more
Eight-part event drama Taboo begins shooting this week in London for BBC One and FX with an international cast now set to star alongside Tom Hardy. The series reunites Hardy with his Peaky Blinders and Locke collaborator Steven Knight who created the period adventure based on an original story by Hardy and his father Chips. Show More Summary
Emily Browning holds her own next to Tom Hardy in "Legend," the biopic about the English gangsters the Kray twins, out this weekend. Browning portrays the complex Frances Shea, Reggie Kray's first wife, showing the troubled relationship that led to Shea's death. Show More Summary
Tom Hardy stars as twins Ronnie and Reggie Kray in Legend. And the real-life duo was something else, hobnobbing with Sinatra, running drugs, and murdering at will.
As versatile an actor as he is, Tom Hardy’s characters often come in one of two types: Charmingly intense rascals and surreal lunatics. Sometimes, as in this year’s Mad Max: Fury Road, he mixes the two a bit, letting us bask in his deranged nihilism before reclaiming hero status. Now, writer-director... More »
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Ultimately, Legend serves as a solid vehicle for Tom Hardy, and while it’s never boring, it also doesn’t carry a great deal of weight.Click To Continue Reading
Tom Hardy stars in the film Legend as both Kray twins, East London’s notorious, glamorous gangsters. Visiting their haunts makes for a great tour.
Tom Hardy stars in the dual roles of twins Reggie and Ronnie Kray in the new crime film "Legend". Based on a true story, "Legend" portrays the rise and fall of the Kray Brothers, two British gangsters who came to prominence smack dab in the middle of the swinging 60s scene in London. Show More Summary
Brian Helgeland talks with SPINOFF about Tom Hardy's portrayal of the real-life gangster brothers, and striking a balance between attraction and revulsion.
Tales of crime and gangsterdom have long been tinged with a seedy glamour, a mix of grit and polish. The story of Ronald and Reggie Kray, twin brothers who were kingpins of the London underworld at the height of the Swinging '60s, adds a bit of psychodrama and is already the stuff of legend, with...