EXCLUSIVE: Young actor Fionn Whitehead, who will next be seen in Christopher Nolan's WWII drama Dunkirk, has signed with UTA for agency representation. Starring Tom Hardy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance, Cillian Murphy and Harry Styles,...Show More Summary
Onlookers might have thought they were seeing a movie scene being filmed, but that was really actor Tom Hardy really chasing down and arresting a real motorcycle thief in London on Sunday, proving that Tom Hardy is exactly as much of a badass in real life as you hoped he’d be.
Taboo actor Tom Hardy became a real-life hero when he helped to catch thieves in a harrowing chase through London. Get the thrilling details.
Maybe Tom Hardy isn’t acting that much after all. The action star became a real-life hero recently after reportedly helping to thwart a crime. According to BBC News, police said Hardy apprehended a man on Sunday who had allegedly stolen...Show More Summary
It should be pretty obvious by now that Tom Hardy isn't acting like a badass in movies like Mad Max and The Dark Knight Rises- he's a real life badass who also happens to be a really good actor. So when he's in London and some punksShow More Summary
Despite the fact that Tom Hardy's super famous and in a bunch of films and stuff, he's still something of a mysterious figure. SEE ALSO: Tom Hardy is apparently the new favo(u)rite to play James Bond It's not that often that you seeShow More Summary
Tom Hardy to the rescue! The 39-year-old Taboo actor helped police officers catch two teenagers after they allegedly stole a motorbike in London. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tom Hardy “We can confirm that there were two people on a stolen moped that went through a red light and crashed into another vehicle,” [...]
Because the media bubble is extra bubbly, check out today's end-of-day links: Trump's sanctuary city effort blocked, doggos language, Comedy Central trolls Mar-a-Lago, real life action hero Tom Hardy, Amtrak Penn Station repairs, and man wrangles 10 kittens. Show More Summary
Happy Tuesday! Tom Hardy may or may not have chased down and apprehended a thief. I will let you decide what you want to believe. And I will let you decide how you want to picture it going down in...
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What’s faster than a speeding bullet, able to leap over walls in a single bound, and sometimes wears a mask that completely distorts all of his dialogue? According to the tabloids, it’s Tom Hardy, and he’s out to protect the good citizens of London. After a pair of suspected thieves ... More »
Then, in a scene that could have come straight out of "Mad Max: Fury Road," witnesses said that Tom Hardy chased the man through gardens and across a building site. The post Actor Tom Hardy Turns Real-Life Action Hero To Chase Down And Catch Moped Thief appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Tom Hardy’s bold moves come in handy even when the cameras aren’t rolling.
Tom Hardy is being hailed as hero for his quick work in chasing down a moped thief in London in a way that rivaled any action movie. The Sun reports that the "Mad Max: Fury Road" star ran after the kid who had crashed a stolen moped, even "vaulting walls," in his pursuit. Show More Summary
I can’t say I’m surprised that Tom Hardy is the celebrity making headlines this week for chasing down (and ultimately capturing) a young man who stole a moped and then crashed it into a Mercedes in suburban London, because chasing down (and ultimately capturing) a man who stole a moped and then crashed it into a… Read more...
An onlooker said, “Tom Hardy’s clearly not a man you’d mess with. I think he even checked the kid’s ID before cops took over.”
Guys. He's called Mad Max. Not Gentle Max. Tom Hardy proved he's not just an action star on film Sunday when he helped the cops nab a crook in real life! It all started when a couple South London thieves ran a red light on a stolen moped, only to crash into a Mercedes. One was too [...]
We can safely assume that perfect human Tom Hardy leads a fairly charmed life. That's also good news if you happen to be a Hardy lookalike, but resembling a celebrity means you can never, ever trust sightings in your immediate vicinity. That's what happened to Johnny Watson, a U.K. Show More Summary